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Smoot's "Climbing Washington's Mountains" 100 Peaks

Showing Fred Beavon's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (71 out of 100, or 71%)

RankPeak Elev-M Range (Level 5) Prom-M Ascent Date
1.Granite Mountain1716Alpine Lakes Area3501976-01-20
2.Mount Si1270Alpine Lakes Area751976-01-30 a
3.Mount Pilchuck1628Mountain Loop Area8721976-04-10
4.McClellan Butte1573South Cascade Crest4391976-05-15 b
5.Red Mountain1795Alpine Lakes Area1611976-06-05
6.The Tooth1708Alpine Lakes Area741976-06-20
7.Lundin Peak1846Alpine Lakes Area661976-07-02 b
8.Snoqualmie Mountain1914Alpine Lakes Area3051976-07-02 c
9.Baring Mountain1867Glacier Peak-North Stevens Pass Area7451976-07-04
10.Chair Peak1901Alpine Lakes Area2671976-07-10
11.Mount Shuksan2783Skagit Range13441976-07-25
12.Pinnacle Peak2000Mount Rainier Area1711976-07-31
13.Kaleetan Peak1908Alpine Lakes Area5671976-08-21 f
14.Del Campo Peak2015Mountain Loop Area6741976-08-28 a
15.Mount Pugh2195Glacier Peak-North Stevens Pass Area8541976-09-19
16.Mount Forgotten1830Mountain Loop Area8301976-11-06
17.Kendall Peak1763Alpine Lakes Area1051977-06-26
18.Mount Thomson1998Alpine Lakes Area4621977-07-24
19.Vesper Peak1894Mountain Loop Area4801977-07-31 a
20.Kyes Peak2219Mountain Loop Area5241977-08-07
21.Cadet Peak2190Mountain Loop Area2151978-08-14 b
22.Mount Persis1665Alpine Lakes Area1651981-09-06 a
23.Mount Index1826Alpine Lakes Area9121981-09-06 b
24.Merchant Peak1863Glacier Peak-North Stevens Pass Area3511984-08-04
25.Chikamin Peak2134Alpine Lakes Area3301985-07-27
26.Fay Peak1979Mount Rainier Area281985-08-15 b
27.Gunn Peak1902Glacier Peak-North Stevens Pass Area11131985-08-17
28.Echo Rock2399Mount Rainier Area581985-08-21 a
29.Observation Rock2549Mount Rainier Area741985-08-21 b
30.Hidden Lake Peaks2160Central North Cascades3071986-06-25 a
31.Alta Mountain1902Alpine Lakes Area1591986-08-12 b
32.Whitehorse Mountain2085Mountain Loop Area6591986-08-26
33.Mount Stuart2870Wenatchee Mountains16321987-06-18
34.Cashmere Mountain2591Wenatchee Mountains4821987-08-25
35.Mount Adams3742Mount Adams Area24741988-07-18
36.White Chuck Mountain2130Mountain Loop Area11551988-07-25
37.Three Fingers2088Mountain Loop Area13691988-08-31
38.Mount Howard2153Glacier Peak-North Stevens Pass Area8851989-07-20 b
39.Sloan Peak2388Mountain Loop Area11811989-09-21
40.Glacier Peak3206Glacier Peak-North Stevens Pass Area22851990-08-09
41.Ruth Mountain2169Skagit Range4011991-09-19 a
42.Sahale Peak2646Central North Cascades251991-09-25
43.Black Peak2734Central North Cascades10521991-09-26
44.Mount Daniel2426Alpine Lakes Area10601991-10-09
45.Tomyhoi Peak2266Skagit Range6201992-07-29 a
46.Mount Cruiser1860Eastern Olympic Mountains3361993-06-24
47.Snowking Mountain2266Central North Cascades4861993-08-04
48.Old Desolate2175Mount Rainier Area3101994-06-22 b
49.Sluiskin Mountain-The Chief2142Mount Rainier Area2771994-06-29 b
50.Columbia Peak2186Mountain Loop Area3451994-08-31 a
51.Unicorn Peak2125Mount Rainier Area6381994-09-28 a
52.Mount Washington1907Eastern Olympic Mountains7981995-05-24
53.Mount Baker3286Skagit Range26861995-05-31
54.Tamanos Mountain2070Mount Rainier Area2291995-07-19 a
55.Cowlitz Chimneys2318Mount Rainier Area2941995-09-13 c
56.Dragontail Peak2694Wenatchee Mountains5361997-08-02 a
57.Seven Fingered Jack2774Entiat Mountains1161997-08-14
58.Mount Maude2755Entiat Mountains2681997-08-21
59.Mount Rainier4392Mount Rainier Area40261998-08-12
60.Granite Mountain2177Wenatchee Mountains3241998-08-19 a
61.Mount Angeles1967North-Central Olympic Mountains4921999-08-26 a
62.Gilbert Peak2494Goat Rocks11162001-07-25
63.Big Chiwaukum2463Wenatchee Mountains11222001-09-12
64.The Brothers2085Eastern Olympic Mountains8172002-07-10
65.Colchuck Peak2653Wenatchee Mountains2022003-06-17 a
66.Big Jim Mountain2366Wenatchee Mountains3672005-07-19 a
67.Cannon Mountain2633Wenatchee Mountains2562006-08-15
68.Eldorado Peak2703Central North Cascades6672007-07-03
69.Silver Star Mountain2705Methow Mountains7422007-07-11
70.Big Snow Mountain2036Alpine Lakes Area4142008-07-24
71.North Twin2024Skagit Range2072013-07-26
 Little Tahoma3395Mount Rainier Area249 
 Bonanza Peak2899Central North Cascades1131 
 Mount Fernow2819Entiat Mountains857 
 Goode Mountain2804Central North Cascades1161 
 Mount Buckner2778Central North Cascades925 
 Mount Logan2770Central North Cascades454 
 Jack Mountain2763Hozameen Range1283 
 North Gardner Mountain2730Methow Mountains1218 
 Forbidden Peak2687Central North Cascades322 
 Sherpa Peak2623Wenatchee Mountains124 
 Clark Mountain2622Glacier Peak-North Stevens Pass Area464 
 Mount Saint Helens2540Mount Saint Helens Area1394 
 Prusik Peak2438Wenatchee Mountains48 
 Snowgrass Mountain2436Wenatchee Mountains120 
 Mount Olympus2429Central Olympic Mountains2389 
 Old Snowy Mountain2402Goat Rocks86 
 Mount Deception2374North-Central Olympic Mountains1252 
 Mount Constance2364Eastern Olympic Mountains596 
 Chimney Rock2355Alpine Lakes Area831 
 Liberty Bell Mountain2353Methow Mountains61 
 Ingalls Peak2335Wenatchee Mountains372 
 Mount Clark2295North-Central Olympic Mountains186 
 Mount Hinman2284Alpine Lakes Area382 
 Lemah Mountain2280Alpine Lakes Area293 
 Summit Chief Mountain2275Alpine Lakes Area404 
 Mixup Peak2268Central North Cascades147 
 Mount Anderson2231Central Olympic Mountains219 
 Monte Cristo Peak2175Mountain Loop Area176 
 Mount Carrie2132Central Olympic Mountains510 

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Selected Guidebook(s) for this List

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