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Mountaineers Teanaway Twenty Peaks

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

RankPeakSection Elev-Ft Range (Level 5) Prom-Ft Ascent Date
1.Ingalls Peak-South PeakSecond Ten7640Wenatchee Mountains2801988-10-22
2.Fortune PeakSecond Ten7382Wenatchee Mountains1022013-05-27
3.Three BrothersFirst Ten7303Wenatchee Mountains17432003-07-04
4.Hawkins MountainFirst Ten7160Wenatchee Mountains15202000-07-01
5.Earl PeakFirst Ten7036Wenatchee Mountains9561999-05-30
6.Bills PeakFirst Ten6917Wenatchee Mountains10772002-07-15
7.Teanaway PeakSecond Ten6779Wenatchee Mountains5392003-06-13
8.Esmeralda PeakFirst Ten6765Wenatchee Mountains7652002-07-17
9.Bean PeakFirst Ten6743Wenatchee Mountains4231996-05-11
10.Devils HeadSecond Ten6666Wenatchee Mountains3062012-07-01
11.Volcanic NeckSecond Ten6600Wenatchee Mountains1602012-07-01
12.Iron PeakSecond Ten6510Wenatchee Mountains3502000-07-04
13.Jolly MountainFirst Ten6443Wenatchee Mountains9632002-07-16
14.Miller PeakFirst Ten6402Wenatchee Mountains7221998-10-31
15.DeRoux PeakSecond Ten6260Wenatchee Mountains3802012-06-29
16.Koppen MountainSecond Ten6031Wenatchee Mountains9512002-07-14
17.Thorp MountainFirst Ten5854Alpine Lakes Area8541998-07-19
18.Malcolm MountainSecond Ten5480Wenatchee Mountains4802008-06-13
19.Johnson MountainSecond Ten5220Wenatchee Mountains4202008-06-13
20.Mount BaldyFirst Ten5107Alpine Lakes Area3872003-12-27

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