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Mountaineers Snoqualmie Peak Pin-All

Showing Ashwin #'s first ascent dates for climbed peaks (9 out of 20, or 45%)

RankPeakSection Elev-Ft Range (Level 6) Prom-Ft Ascent Date
1.Red MountainFirst Ten5890Snoqualmie Pass North5302011-08-27
2.Alta MountainSecond Ten6240Chikamin-Keechelus5202011-10-02
3.Granite MountainSecond Ten5629Snoqualmie Pass North11492011-10-08
4.Silver PeakFirst Ten5605Cedar River-South Snoqualmie Pass21252011-10-15
5.Guye PeakFirst Ten5168Snoqualmie Pass North5282012-01-02
6.Snoqualmie MountainFirst Ten6278Snoqualmie Pass North9982012-02-04
7.Kendall PeakFirst Ten5784Snoqualmie Pass North3442012-07-21
8.Tinkham PeakSecond Ten5398Cedar River-South Snoqualmie Pass6382012-09-02
9.Rampart RidgeSecond Ten5870Chikamin-Keechelus7902013-07-04
 Chikamin PeakSecond Ten7000Chikamin-Keechelus1080 
 Mount ThomsonFirst Ten6554Snoqualmie Pass North1514 
 Hibox MountainSecond Ten6547Chikamin-Keechelus1027 
 Huckleberry MountainSecond Ten6320Chikamin-Keechelus720 
 Kaleetan PeakFirst Ten6259Snoqualmie Pass North1859 
 Chair PeakFirst Ten6238Snoqualmie Pass North878 
 Lundin PeakSecond Ten6057Snoqualmie Pass North217 
 Mount RooseveltSecond Ten5835Snoqualmie Pass North275 
 Bryant PeakSecond Ten5801Snoqualmie Pass North321 
 The ToothFirst Ten5604Snoqualmie Pass North244 
 Denny MountainFirst Ten5520Snoqualmie Pass North240 

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Selected Guidebook(s) for this List

       Cascade Alpine Guide, Vol. 1 (Beckey)

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