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Showing John Vitz's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (78 out of 129, or 60.47%)

RankPeakSection Elev-Ft
(Opt)
Range (Level 4) Prom-Ft
(Opt)
Ascent Date
1.Mount Muir03. Whitney Area14,012Sequoia Sierra Nevada3641972-05-26
2.Mount Stanford04. Kings Kern Divide13,973Sequoia Sierra Nevada1047 
3.Trojan Peak03. Whitney Area13,947Sequoia Sierra Nevada364 
4.Disappointment Peak06. Palisades Area13,917Central Sierra Nevada203 
5.Mount Irvine03. Whitney Area13,846Sequoia Sierra Nevada3291968-07-27
6.Mount Mallory03. Whitney Area13,845Sequoia Sierra Nevada7881968-07-27
7.Mount Winchell06. Palisades Area13,775Central Sierra Nevada6951977-07-31
8.Red Kaweah02. Great Western Divide13,760Sequoia Sierra Nevada768 
9.Mount Morgan09. Pine Creek to Ritter Range13,748Central Sierra Nevada26681978-06-17
10.Mount Mendel07. Evolution Area13,710Central Sierra Nevada590 
11.Mount Dade09. Pine Creek to Ritter Range13,640Central Sierra Nevada2801980-06-15
12.Birch Mountain05. Baxter Pass to Mather Pass13,602Central Sierra Nevada10041990-09-09
13.Mount Dubois23. Inyo and White Mountains13,559West Great Basin Ranges23591970-08-12
14.Mount Carillon03. Whitney Area13,553Sequoia Sierra Nevada2991971-08-08
15.Mount Gayley06. Palisades Area13,510Central Sierra Nevada470 
16.Mount Fiske07. Evolution Area13,503Central Sierra Nevada863 
17.Mount Pinchot05. Baxter Pass to Mather Pass13,494Central Sierra Nevada21431971-07-05
17.Mount Hale03. Whitney Area13,494Sequoia Sierra Nevada699 
19.Mount Bolton Brown05. Baxter Pass to Mather Pass13,491Central Sierra Nevada598 
20.Mount Pickering03. Whitney Area13,474Sequoia Sierra Nevada6131977-08-14
21.Mount Prater05. Baxter Pass to Mather Pass13,471Central Sierra Nevada85 
22.Mount Mills09. Pine Creek to Ritter Range13,451Central Sierra Nevada4911975-09-07
23.Mount Lamarck07. Evolution Area13,417Central Sierra Nevada1371987-08-29
24.Cardinal Mountain05. Baxter Pass to Mather Pass13,396Central Sierra Nevada568 
25.Mount Wallace07. Evolution Area13,377Central Sierra Nevada3771983-08-01
26.Mount Powell07. Evolution Area13,364Central Sierra Nevada3641983-08-05
27.Mount Hilgard09. Pine Creek to Ritter Range13,361Central Sierra Nevada881 
28.The Thumb06. Palisades Area13,356Central Sierra Nevada5941990-09-09
29.Black Giant07. Evolution Area13,330Central Sierra Nevada1130 
30.North Guard02. Great Western Divide13,327Sequoia Sierra Nevada598 
31.Basin Mountain-Southwest Peak08. Humphreys Basin13,280Central Sierra Nevada560 
32.Mount Goethe08. Humphreys Basin13,264Central Sierra Nevada944 
33.Mount Julius Caesar09. Pine Creek to Ritter Range13,240Central Sierra Nevada5201979-07-29
34.Mount Emerson08. Humphreys Basin13,204Central Sierra Nevada7641987-08-30
35.Mount Gilbert07. Evolution Area13,106Central Sierra Nevada4661996-07-27
36.Mount Huxley07. Evolution Area13,086Central Sierra Nevada406 
37.Mount Goode07. Evolution Area13,085Central Sierra Nevada8851968-06-17
38.Kuna Peak10. Ritter Range to Tioga Pass13,002Yosemite-Ritter Sierra Nevada1962 
39.Rodgers Peak10. Ritter Range to Tioga Pass12,978Yosemite-Ritter Sierra Nevada778 
40.Temple Crag06. Palisades Area12,976Central Sierra Nevada3121978-08-20
41.Koip Peak10. Ritter Range to Tioga Pass12,962Yosemite-Ritter Sierra Nevada202 
42.Scylla07. Evolution Area12,956Central Sierra Nevada356 
43.Banner Peak10. Ritter Range to Tioga Pass12,936Yosemite-Ritter Sierra Nevada9292004-09-14
44.Mount Maclure10. Ritter Range to Tioga Pass12,920Yosemite-Ritter Sierra Nevada5201966-07-17
45.Mount Johnson07. Evolution Area12,871Central Sierra Nevada5511996-07-26
46.Red and White Mountain09. Pine Creek to Ritter Range12,816Central Sierra Nevada9761980-06-28
47.Mount Gibbs10. Ritter Range to Tioga Pass12,773Yosemite-Ritter Sierra Nevada11332000-08-24
48.Mount Cotter04. Kings Kern Divide12,713Central Sierra Nevada542 
49.Mount Baldwin09. Pine Creek to Ritter Range12,664Central Sierra Nevada6241982-09-11
50.Mount Florence10. Ritter Range to Tioga Pass12,561Yosemite-Ritter Sierra Nevada841 
51.Bloody Mountain09. Pine Creek to Ritter Range12,552Central Sierra Nevada12341976-05-29
52.Excelsior Mountain12. Tioga to Sonora Pass12,446Yosemite-Ritter Sierra Nevada12861989-07-08
53.Electra Peak10. Ritter Range to Tioga Pass12,442Yosemite-Ritter Sierra Nevada362 
54.Florence Peak02. Great Western Divide12,432Sequoia Sierra Nevada10331974-06-16
55.Dunderberg Peak12. Tioga to Sonora Pass12,374Yosemite-Ritter Sierra Nevada13741987-07-07
56.Mount Hooper08. Humphreys Basin12,349Central Sierra Nevada1509 
57.Sawtooth Peak02. Great Western Divide12,343Sequoia Sierra Nevada7031986-08-10
58.Shastina15. California Cascades12,330California Cascades490 
59.Mount Warren12. Tioga to Sonora Pass12,327Yosemite-Ritter Sierra Nevada20471985-07-07
60.North Peak12. Tioga to Sonora Pass12,242Yosemite-Ritter Sierra Nevada7221979-07-05
61.Cleaver Peak12. Tioga to Sonora Pass11,800Yosemite-Ritter Sierra Nevada400 
61.Blacksmith Peak12. Tioga to Sonora Pass11,800Yosemite-Ritter Sierra Nevada  
63.Red Peak11. Clark Range Vicinity11,699Yosemite-Ritter Sierra Nevada579 
64.Triple Divide Peak11. Clark Range Vicinity11,611Yosemite-Ritter Sierra Nevada691 
65.Gray Peak11. Clark Range Vicinity11,573Yosemite-Ritter Sierra Nevada613 
66.Leavitt Peak12. Tioga to Sonora Pass11,569Lake Tahoe-Sonora Pass Sierra Nevada20891985-07-04
67.Kern Peak01. Far Southern Area11,480Southern Sierra Nevada26001985-06-16
68.Bunker Hill27. Central Ranges (NV)11,473West Central Nevada Ranges28331988-07-27
69.South Sister24. Sweetwater Mtns.11,400West Great Basin Ranges8402000-08-23
70.Thomas Peak28. Northeast (NV)11,360East Central Great Basin Ranges11601986-08-17
71.Mount Grant27. Central Ranges (NV)11,320West Great Basin Ranges40001987-07-05
72.Stanislaus Peak13. Sonora to Carson Pass11,233Lake Tahoe-Sonora Pass Sierra Nevada9131985-07-05
73.Forsyth Peak12. Tioga to Sonora Pass11,177Yosemite-Ritter Sierra Nevada1097 
74.Iron Mountain10. Ritter Range to Tioga Pass11,148Yosemite-Ritter Sierra Nevada748 
75.Waucoba Mountain23. Inyo and White Mountains11,123West Great Basin Ranges39631969
76.Verdi Peak28. Northeast (NV)11,074East Central Great Basin Ranges12181992-09-24
77.Silver Peak - Northeast Summit13. Sonora to Carson Pass10,840Lake Tahoe-Sonora Pass Sierra Nevada840 
78.Unicorn Peak10. Ritter Range to Tioga Pass10,823Yosemite-Ritter Sierra Nevada143 
79.Pettit Peak12. Tioga to Sonora Pass10,788Yosemite-Ritter Sierra Nevada868 
80.Green Mountain28. Northeast (NV)10,688East Central Great Basin Ranges4482000-06-15
81.Timber Mountain27. Central Ranges (NV)10,603East Central Great Basin Ranges643 
82.Piute Mountain12. Tioga to Sonora Pass10,541Yosemite-Ritter Sierra Nevada1501 
83.Wildcat Peak27. Central Ranges (NV)10,508West Central Nevada Ranges25082003-06-15
84.Volunteer Peak12. Tioga to Sonora Pass10,481Yosemite-Ritter Sierra Nevada401 
85.Summit Mountain27. Central Ranges (NV)10,461West Central Nevada Ranges27412000-07-18
86.Lassen Peak15. California Cascades10,457California Cascades52291972-07-01
87.Round Top13. Sonora to Carson Pass10,381Lake Tahoe-Sonora Pass Sierra Nevada25811997-08-26
88.Black Hawk Mountain12. Tioga to Sonora Pass10,348Lake Tahoe-Sonora Pass Sierra Nevada1028 
89.North Maggie Mountain01. Far Southern Area10,234Sequoia Sierra Nevada6741985-06-30
90.Antelope Peak27. Central Ranges (NV)10,220West Central Nevada Ranges9002000-07-18
91.Mount Callaghan29. Northwest (NV)10,187West Central Nevada Ranges30672006-06-05
92.South Shoshone Peak27. Central Ranges (NV)10,052West Central Nevada Ranges16522000-06-21
93.Middle Sister30. Southern Cascades (OR)10,047Oregon Cascades1167 
93.Disaster Peak13. Sonora to Carson Pass10,047Lake Tahoe-Sonora Pass Sierra Nevada6641987-08-01
95.Mount Price14. Carson Pass to Far North9975Lake Tahoe-Sonora Pass Sierra Nevada575 
96.Mount Augusta29. Northwest (NV)9966West Central Nevada Ranges44062000-06-10
97.Clouds Rest11. Clark Range Vicinity9926Yosemite-Ritter Sierra Nevada8461987-07-08
98.Jacks Peak14. Carson Pass to Far North9856Lake Tahoe-Sonora Pass Sierra Nevada4161999-09-10
99.Mount Tallac14. Carson Pass to Far North9735Lake Tahoe-Sonora Pass Sierra Nevada7351999-09-11
100.Granite Peak29. Northwest (NV)9732North Great Basin Ranges44021992-05-11
101.Reynolds Peak13. Sonora to Carson Pass9720Lake Tahoe-Sonora Pass Sierra Nevada8402001-08-14
102.Santa Rosa Peak29. Northwest (NV)9701North Great Basin Ranges21812000-07-12
103.Mount McLoughlin30. Southern Cascades (OR)9495Oregon Cascades44952003-08-13
104.Duffer Peak29. Northwest (NV)9428Northwest Great Basin Ranges41391992-05-09
105.Brokeoff Mountain15. California Cascades9235California Cascades9551999-08-16
106.Castle Peak14. Carson Pass to Far North9103Northern Sierra Nevada13831998-08-12
107.Jeff Davis Peak13. Sonora to Carson Pass9065Lake Tahoe-Sonora Pass Sierra Nevada625 
108.Emerson Peak25. Warner Mtns.8989Northwest Great Basin Ranges629 
109.Granite Peak29. Northwest (NV)8980Northwest Great Basin Ranges34802001-05-16
110.Tinker Knob14. Carson Pass to Far North8949Lake Tahoe-Sonora Pass Sierra Nevada10692000-09-08
111.Mount Hilton18. Trinity Alps8934Klamath Mountains700 
112.Sawtooth Mountain18. Trinity Alps8891Klamath Mountains1444 
113.Half Dome11. Clark Range Vicinity8880Yosemite-Ritter Sierra Nevada14401965-06-10
114.Squaw Peak25. Warner Mtns.8646Northwest Great Basin Ranges5262000-08-04
115.Caribou Mountain18. Trinity Alps8600Klamath Mountains1560 
116.Sierra Buttes Lookout14. Carson Pass to Far North8590Northern Sierra Nevada19101994-09-02
117.Donnelly Peak29. Northwest (NV)8533Northwest Great Basin Ranges28131992-05-04
118.Mount Mildred14. Carson Pass to Far North8398Lake Tahoe-Sonora Pass Sierra Nevada358 
119.English Mountain14. Carson Pass to Far North8373Northern Sierra Nevada12931998-08-09
120.Tohakum Peak29. Northwest (NV)8182Northwest Great Basin Ranges35092001-05-15
121.South Yolla Bolly Mountain17. Yolla Bolly8094Northern California Coast Range48942001-08-06
122.Clark Mountain22. Mojave/Death Valley7940Mojave Desert Ranges43311967-02-04
123.Monument Peak18. Trinity Alps7762Klamath Mountains1693 
124.Black Marble Mountain20. Marble Mountains7442Klamath Mountains1242 
125.Kings Castle20. Marble Mountains7405Klamath Mountains605 
126.Preston Peak21. Siskiyou Mountains7309Klamath Mountains25892004-06-17
127.Smith Mountain22. Mojave/Death Valley5913West Great Basin Ranges16331966-12-28
128.Corkscrew Peak22. Mojave/Death Valley5804West Great Basin Ranges6841970-11-26
129.Eagle Mountain22. Mojave/Death Valley3806South Great Basin Ranges16661967-02-19

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