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Mountaineers 6-Peak Pin

Showing Marc Dewey's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (5 out of 6, or 83.33%)

RankPeak Elev-Ft
(Avg)
Range (Level 4) Prom-Ft
(Avg)
Ascent Date
1.Mount Adams12,276South Washington Cascades81361999-08-22
2.Mount Saint Helens8333South Washington Cascades45932000-05-13
3.Glacier Peak10,540North Cascades75182006-09-01
4.Mount Baker10,781North Cascades88452007-05-28
5.Mount Olympus7969Olympic Mountains78382008-07-27
 Mount Rainier14,411South Washington Cascades13,210 

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List Description

This list is one of the rare ones that can not be officially completed if you have not started it yet. It is only for those who were lucky enough to have climbed Mount Saint Helens before May, 1980, when its elevation was 9677 feet. If you have done that, the remaining summits are all still the way they have been for some time, and you can grab this coveted pin, making you a real northwest climbing "old timer".

Note

Currently, the Peakbagger.com database can only store the elevation of a summit as it is at the present time. There is no handling of historic peak elevations or list additions/deletions. So this list shows only the current Mount Saint Helens and is therefore not the true and correct list, which requires a climb of a peak that no longer exists.

There is a "provisional" Mount Saint Helens in the database at 9677 feet, and climbers who were there before 1980 can log an ascent of that peak, but for now it will not be promoted to the main database and will not appear on any lists. A possible future enhancement is finding a way to handle this in the database code.

 


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