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Sierra Peaks Section Mountaineers Peaks

Showing Gordon MacLeod's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (35 out of 35, or 100%)

RankPeakSection Elev-Ft Range (Level 5) Prom-Ft Ascent Date
1.Mount Sill14. North Palisades14,153Palisades3531964-07-26
2.Mount Russell05. Whitney to Williamson14,088Mount Whitney Group10961964-08-01
3.Middle Palisade12. South Palisades14,012Palisades10851971-07-24
4.Thunderbolt Peak14. North Palisades14,003Palisades2031970-08-08
5.Mount LeConte04. Corcoran to Whitney13,930Mount Whitney Group10031966-06-12
6.Junction Peak08. Kings-Kern Divide13,888Mount Whitney Group7651964-09-20
7.Norman Clyde Peak12. South Palisades13,855Palisades2721965-10-10
8.Mount McAdie04. Corcoran to Whitney13,799Mount Whitney Group4791973-06-10
9.Bear Creek Spire17. Bear Creek Spire Area13,720Mono Recesses-Humphreys Area14401964-09-27
10.Black Kaweah06. Kaweahs and West13,680Great Western Divide5201973-07-01
11.Milestone Mountain07. Great Western Divide13,638Great Western Divide7111966-09-04
12.Table Mountain07. Great Western Divide13,632Great Western Divide5091966-09-04
13.University Peak09. Kearsarge Pass Vicinity13,589Mount Whitney Group11871963-06-21
14.Mount Ericsson08. Kings-Kern Divide13,583Mount Whitney Group9191972-08-06
15.Thunder Mountain07. Great Western Divide13,517Great Western Divide5251972-08-17
16.Mount McDuffie13. Mount Goddard Vicinity13,282Evolution Region6821963-08-11
17.Deerhorn Mountain08. Kings-Kern Divide13,281Mount Whitney Group6171973-09-02
18.Red Slate Mountain18. Mono Creek to Mammoth13,123Mammoth Area16831971-08-29
19.Charybdis13. Mount Goddard Vicinity13,096Evolution Region10561972-07-03
20.Seven Gables16. Humphreys Basin West13,080Mono Recesses-Humphreys Area11201970-08-16
21.Arrow Peak10. Baxter Pass to Taboose Pass12,959Central Kings Canyon Area13131962-07-18
22.Mount Ruskin11. Western Mid-Sierra12,920Palisades5531965-09-12
23.Mount Gardiner09. Kearsarge Pass Vicinity12,907Central Kings Canyon Area9321972-06-25
24.Triple Divide Peak07. Great Western Divide12,634Great Western Divide6741971-09-12
25.Devils Crags13. Mount Goddard Vicinity12,400Evolution Region8001964-09-05
26.East Vidette08. Kings-Kern Divide12,356Mount Whitney Group2501973-09-03
27.The Hermit15. Evolution Area12,328Evolution Region3681965-07-25
28.Mount Morrison18. Mono Creek to Mammoth12,270Mammoth Area1641964-05-09
29.Clyde Minaret19. Ritter Range and Vicinity12,264Ritter Range-East Yosemite11521972-09-17
30.Whorl Mountain22. Tioga Pass to Bond Pass12,033Northern Yosemite6731966-06-04
31.Tower Peak22. Tioga Pass to Bond Pass11,755Northern Yosemite21831969-08-31
32.Mount Clark20. Clark Range and Vicinity11,522South Yosemite Crest7221971-07-04
33.Cathedral Peak21. Mount Lyell and North10,911Central Yosemite Sierra9191972-07-16
34.Mount Starr King20. Clark Range and Vicinity9092South Yosemite Crest10121971-07-05
35.Tehipite Dome11. Western Mid-Sierra7708Evolution Region1481965-05-30

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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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