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Showing Fred Beavon's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (20 out of 20, or 100%)

RankPeakSection Elev-Ft Range (Level 6) Prom-Ft Ascent Date
1.Silver PeakFirst Ten5605Cedar River-South Snoqualmie Pass21251976-01-02
2.Granite MountainSecond Ten5629Snoqualmie Pass North11491976-01-20
3.Red MountainFirst Ten5890Snoqualmie Pass North5301976-06-05
4.The ToothFirst Ten5604Snoqualmie Pass North2441976-06-20
5.Guye PeakFirst Ten5168Snoqualmie Pass North5281976-07-02 a
6.Lundin PeakSecond Ten6057Snoqualmie Pass North2171976-07-02 b
7.Snoqualmie MountainFirst Ten6278Snoqualmie Pass North9981976-07-02 c
8.Chair PeakFirst Ten6238Snoqualmie Pass North8781976-07-10
9.Denny MountainFirst Ten5520Snoqualmie Pass North2401976-08-21 b
10.Bryant PeakSecond Ten5801Snoqualmie Pass North3211976-08-21 e
11.Kaleetan PeakFirst Ten6259Snoqualmie Pass North18591976-08-21 f
12.Tinkham PeakSecond Ten5398Cedar River-South Snoqualmie Pass6381977-04-04 c
13.Kendall PeakFirst Ten5784Snoqualmie Pass North3441977-06-26
14.Mount ThomsonFirst Ten6554Snoqualmie Pass North15141977-07-24
15.Chikamin PeakSecond Ten7000Chikamin-Keechelus10801985-07-27
16.Mount RooseveltSecond Ten5835Snoqualmie Pass North2751985-08-18
17.Rampart RidgeSecond Ten5870Chikamin-Keechelus7901986-08-12 a
18.Alta MountainSecond Ten6240Chikamin-Keechelus5201986-08-12 b
19.Hibox MountainSecond Ten6547Chikamin-Keechelus10271986-08-19
20.Huckleberry MountainSecond Ten6320Chikamin-Keechelus7201993-08-26 a

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Selected Guidebook(s) for this List

       Cascade Alpine Guide, Vol. 1 (Beckey)

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