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Utah County Prominence Peaks

Showing Mike Rodenak's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (5 out of 29, or 17.24%)

RankCountyPeak Prom-M  Elev-M Range (Level 5)Ascent Date
1.DuchesneKings Peak19354123Central Uinta Range 
2.San JuanMount Peale18783877La Sal Mountains2009-10-11
3.GarfieldMount Ellen17813512Henry Mountains 
4.TooeleDeseret Peak17713362Stansbury Mountains2010-09-11
5.JuabMount Nebo16733636Southern Wasatch Range2010-09-14
5.UtahMount Nebo16733636Southern Wasatch Range2010-09-14
7.BeaverDelano Peak14293709Tushar Mountains 
7.PiuteDelano Peak14293709Tushar Mountains 
9.MillardSwasey Peak13742947House Range 
10.WashingtonSignal Peak13673159Pine Valley Mountains 
11.SevierFish Lake Hightop12663546Fish Lake Plateau 
12.WeberMount Ogden11612917Northern Wasatch Range 
13.IronBrian Head11423446Markagunt Plateau-Zion 
14.Box ElderBull Mountain11383028Northwest Salt Lake Ranges 
15.Salt LakeAmerican Fork Twin Peaks11123502Central Wasatch Range2010-09-13
16.SanpeteSouth Tent Mountain10263440Wasatch Plateau 
17.CacheNaomi Peak9633042Bear River Mountains 
18.WayneBoulder Top8843450Aquarius Plateau 
19.MorganLewis Peak8492836Northern Wasatch Range 
19.SummitLewis Peak8492836Northern Wasatch Range 
21.CarbonBruin Point8243104Western Roan Cliffs 
22.DavisThurston Peak8202958Northern Wasatch Range 
23.WasatchStrawberry Peak7133150Western Roan Cliffs 
24.EmeryMount Elliott6902177San Rafael Swell 
25.GrandWagon Road Ridge6202897Central Roan Cliffs 
26.UintahSplit Mountain5982329Eastern Uinta Range 
27.DaggettHoy Mountain5222692Eastern Uinta Range 
28.KaneFiftymile Mountain3782329Escalante-Staircase 
29.RichRex Peak3702437Central Uinta Range 

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