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Showing Brian Johnston's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (1 out of 20, or 5%)

RankPeakSection Elev-M
(Avg)
Range (Level 6) Prom-M
(Avg)
Ascent Date
1.Chikamin PeakSecond Ten2140Chikamin-Keechelus336 
2.Mount ThomsonFirst Ten1998Snoqualmie Pass North468 
3.Hibox MountainSecond Ten1996Chikamin-Keechelus320 
4.Huckleberry MountainSecond Ten1932Chikamin-Keechelus225 
5.Snoqualmie MountainFirst Ten1914Snoqualmie Pass North311 
6.Alta MountainSecond Ten1908Chikamin-Keechelus171 
7.Kaleetan PeakFirst Ten1908Snoqualmie Pass North573 
8.Chair PeakFirst Ten1901Snoqualmie Pass North2732007-08-25
9.Lundin PeakSecond Ten1846Snoqualmie Pass North72 
10.Red MountainFirst Ten1795Snoqualmie Pass North167 
11.Rampart RidgeSecond Ten1789Chikamin-Keechelus241 
12.Mount RooseveltSecond Ten1779Snoqualmie Pass North90 
13.Bryant PeakSecond Ten1768Snoqualmie Pass North104 
14.Kendall PeakFirst Ten1763Snoqualmie Pass North111 
15.Granite MountainSecond Ten1716Snoqualmie Pass North356 
16.Silver PeakFirst Ten1708Cedar River-South Snoqualmie Pass653 
17.The ToothFirst Ten1708Snoqualmie Pass North80 
18.Denny MountainFirst Ten1688Snoqualmie Pass North85 
19.Tinkham PeakSecond Ten1645Cedar River-South Snoqualmie Pass200 
20.Guye PeakFirst Ten1575Snoqualmie Pass North167 

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Selected Guidebook(s) for this List

       Cascade Alpine Guide, Vol. 1 (Beckey)

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