Sierra Peaks Section Mountaineers Peaks
Showing Gordon MacLeod's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (35 out of 35, or 100%)
|Rank||Peak||Section|| Elev-Ft ||Range (Level 5)|| Prom-Ft ||Ascent Date|
|1.||Mount Sill||14. North Palisades||14,153||Palisades||353||1964-07-26|
|2.||Mount Russell||05. Whitney to Williamson||14,088||Mount Whitney Group||1096||1964-08-01|
|3.||Middle Palisade||12. South Palisades||14,012||Palisades||1085||1971-07-24|
|4.||Thunderbolt Peak||14. North Palisades||14,003||Palisades||203||1970-08-08|
|5.||Mount LeConte||04. Corcoran to Whitney||13,930||Mount Whitney Group||1003||1966-06-12|
|6.||Junction Peak||08. Kings-Kern Divide||13,888||Mount Whitney Group||765||1964-09-20|
|7.||Norman Clyde Peak||12. South Palisades||13,855||Palisades||272||1965-10-10|
|8.||Mount McAdie||04. Corcoran to Whitney||13,799||Mount Whitney Group||479||1973-06-10|
|9.||Bear Creek Spire||17. Bear Creek Spire Area||13,720||Mono Recesses-Humphreys Area||1440||1964-09-27|
|10.||Black Kaweah||06. Kaweahs and West||13,680||Great Western Divide||520||1973-07-01|
|11.||Milestone Mountain||07. Great Western Divide||13,638||Great Western Divide||711||1966-09-04|
|12.||Table Mountain||07. Great Western Divide||13,632||Great Western Divide||509||1966-09-04|
|13.||University Peak||09. Kearsarge Pass Vicinity||13,589||Mount Whitney Group||1187||1963-06-21|
|14.||Mount Ericsson||08. Kings-Kern Divide||13,583||Mount Whitney Group||919||1972-08-06|
|15.||Thunder Mountain||07. Great Western Divide||13,517||Great Western Divide||525||1972-08-17|
|16.||Mount McDuffie||13. Mount Goddard Vicinity||13,282||Evolution Region||682||1963-08-11|
|17.||Deerhorn Mountain||08. Kings-Kern Divide||13,281||Mount Whitney Group||617||1973-09-02|
|18.||Red Slate Mountain||18. Mono Creek to Mammoth||13,123||Mammoth Area||1683||1971-08-29|
|19.||Charybdis||13. Mount Goddard Vicinity||13,096||Evolution Region||1056||1972-07-03|
|20.||Seven Gables||16. Humphreys Basin West||13,080||Mono Recesses-Humphreys Area||1120||1970-08-16|
|21.||Arrow Peak||10. Baxter Pass to Taboose Pass||12,959||Central Kings Canyon Area||1313||1962-07-18|
|22.||Mount Ruskin||11. Western Mid-Sierra||12,920||Palisades||553||1965-09-12|
|23.||Mount Gardiner||09. Kearsarge Pass Vicinity||12,907||Central Kings Canyon Area||932||1972-06-25|
|24.||Triple Divide Peak||07. Great Western Divide||12,634||Great Western Divide||674||1971-09-12|
|25.||Devils Crags||13. Mount Goddard Vicinity||12,400||Evolution Region||800||1964-09-05|
|26.||East Vidette||08. Kings-Kern Divide||12,356||Mount Whitney Group||250||1973-09-03|
|27.||The Hermit||15. Evolution Area||12,328||Evolution Region||368||1965-07-25|
|28.||Mount Morrison||18. Mono Creek to Mammoth||12,270||Mammoth Area||164||1964-05-09|
|29.||Clyde Minaret||19. Ritter Range and Vicinity||12,264||Ritter Range-East Yosemite||1152||1972-09-17|
|30.||Whorl Mountain||22. Tioga Pass to Bond Pass||12,033||Northern Yosemite||673||1966-06-04|
|31.||Tower Peak||22. Tioga Pass to Bond Pass||11,755||Northern Yosemite||2183||1969-08-31|
|32.||Mount Clark||20. Clark Range and Vicinity||11,522||South Yosemite Crest||722||1971-07-04|
|33.||Cathedral Peak||21. Mount Lyell and North||10,911||Central Yosemite Sierra||919||1972-07-16|
|34.||Mount Starr King||20. Clark Range and Vicinity||9092||South Yosemite Crest||1012||1971-07-05|
|35.||Tehipite Dome||11. Western Mid-Sierra||7708||Evolution Region||148||1965-05-30|
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Selected Guidebook(s) for this List The High Sierra: Peaks, Passes, and Trails (Secor)
The Climber's Guide to the High Sierra (Roper)
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