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Arizona County Prominence Peaks

Showing Andy Martin's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (15 out of 15, or 100%)

RankCountyPeak Prom-Ft  Elev-Ft Range (Level 5)Ascent Date
1.GrahamMount Graham632010,720Bisbee-Tombstone AreaUnknown
2.CoconinoHumphreys Peak603912,633Flagstaff Area1969
3.PimaMount Lemmon51579157Huachuca AreaUnknown
4.CochiseChiricahua Peak51399759Chiricahua AreaUnknown
5.ApacheMount Baldy472311,403White Mountains1992-07-05
6.Santa CruzMount Wrightson45789453Piñaleno AreaUnknown
7.MohaveHualapai Peak44398417Hualapai Mountains1992-07-19
8.GilaPinal Peak40907850Northeast Tucson Area1998-05-24
9.YavapaiMazatzal Peak39437903Mazatzal Mountains1998-11-27
10.YumaSignal Peak34774877Kofa Area1992-05-24
11.La PazHarquahala Mountain34615681Harquahala Area1992-05-23
12.MaricopaBrowns Peak32977657Mazatzal Mountains1992-03
13.PinalNewman Peak25004480Huachuca Area1998-05-24
14.GreenleeGuthrie Peak23916571Peloncillo Mountains1998-07-03
 GreenleeMaple Peak23748294San Francisco Mountains1998-07-03
15.NavajoBlack Mesa High Point18088168Hopi-Navajo Mesas1992-08-16

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List Description

Prominence research pioneers Edward Earl and Andy Martin determined the peaks on this list using his Winprom program, especailly the peaks on this list that are not obvious high-prominence county high points.


     Arizona County Prominences


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