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Sierra Club Desert Peaks Section

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Showing Dan Richter's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (96 out of 96, or 100%)

RankPeakSection Elev-Ft Range (Level 5) Prom-Ft Ascent Date
1.Rabbit Peak4. Riverside County6640San Jacinto Mountains12001991-04-28
2.Baboquivari Peak8. Arizona7734Baboquivari Area41941991-11-28
3.Edgar Peak3. San Bernardino County7162Central Mojave Ranges22081992-01-12
3.Mitchell Point3. San Bernardino County7047Central Mojave Ranges9121992-01-12
5.Pinto Mountain4. Riverside County3983Joshua Tree Ranges12531992-01-13
6.Nopah Range High Point2. Death Valley - Inyo County6394Southeast Death Valley Ranges35721992-02-01
7.Eagle Mountain2. Death Valley - Inyo County3806Southeast Death Valley Ranges16661992-02-02
8.Eagle Mountain4. Riverside County5350Joshua Tree Ranges22301992-03-06
9.Rosa Point4. Riverside County5000San Jacinto Mountains2801992-03-29
10.Picacho Peak5. San Diego and Imperial Counties1920Chocolate Mountains10971992-04-11
11.Mopah Point3. San Bernardino County3530Southeast Mojave Ranges9601992-10-31
12.Chemehuevi Peak3. San Bernardino County3694Southeast Mojave Ranges17741992-11-01
12.Stepladder Mountains3. San Bernardino County2927Southeast Mojave Ranges7131992-11-01
14.Weavers Needle8. Arizona4553Northeast Tucson Area9931992-11-26
15.Superstition Benchmark8. Arizona5057Northeast Tucson Area18171992-11-27
16.Cerro del Pinacate9. Mexico3937Cabeza Prieta Area31501992-11-28
17.Mount Ajo8. Arizona4808Organ Pipe Area26981992-11-29
18.Indianhead5. San Diego and Imperial Counties3960San Diego Area Ranges7601993-01-01
19.Cerro Pescadores9. Mexico3543West Colorado Delta33461993-01-09
20.Jacumba Mountain5. San Diego and Imperial Counties4512San Diego Area Ranges12721993-01-30
20.Sombrero Peak5. San Diego and Imperial Counties4229San Diego Area Ranges3291993-01-30
22.Pico Risco9. Mexico4987Sierra Juarez3281993-01-31
23.Old Dad Mountain3. San Bernardino County4252Clark Range-Ivanpah Mountains12181993-02-13
24.Old Woman Mountain3. San Bernardino County5325Southeast Mojave Ranges27331993-02-14
25.Signal Peak8. Arizona4877Kofa Area34771993-02-16
26.Sheep Hole Mountains High Point3. San Bernardino County4613Southern Mojave Ranges22181993-03-07
27.Corkscrew Peak2. Death Valley - Inyo County5804Amaragosa Range6441993-03-13
28.Brown Peak2. Death Valley - Inyo County4947Amaragosa Range16841993-03-14
29.Picacho del Diablo9. Mexico10,154Sierra San Pedro Martir69391993-05-30
30.Telescope Peak2. Death Valley - Inyo County11,048Panamint Range61681993-06-20
31.Mount Dubois1. Trans-Sierra - Mono and Inyo Counties13,559White Mountains23191993-07-17
31.Montgomery Peak1. Trans-Sierra - Mono and Inyo Counties13,441White Mountains12661993-07-17
31.Boundary Peak1. Trans-Sierra - Mono and Inyo Counties13,140White Mountains2531993-07-17
34.Mount Jefferson6. Nevada11,941Toquima Range58611993-07-18
35.Arc Dome6. Nevada11,773Toiyabe Range52131993-07-19
36.North Guardian Angel7. Utah7395Markagunt Plateau-Zion6751993-10-01
37.South Guardian Angel7. Utah7140Markagunt Plateau-Zion12051993-10-02
38.Spirit Mountain6. Nevada5639Eldorado-Newberry Mountains28791993-10-31
39.Needle Peak2. Death Valley - Inyo County5801Panamint Range16511993-11-13
40.Manly Peak2. Death Valley - Inyo County7195Panamint Range25361993-11-14
41.Castle Dome Peak8. Arizona3788Kofa Area20881993-11-27
42.Orocopia Mountains High Point4. Riverside County3815Chocolate Mountains20951993-11-28
43.Granite Mountain4. Riverside County4331Southeast Mojave Ranges33141993-12-31
43.Palen Mountains High Point4. Riverside County3848Southeast Mojave Ranges23391993-12-31
45.Turtle Mountains High Point3. San Bernardino County4298Southeast Mojave Ranges26581994-01-01
46.Smith Mountain2. Death Valley - Inyo County5913Amaragosa Range15931994-01-22
46.Stewart Point2. Death Valley - Inyo County5266Southeast Death Valley Ranges23791994-01-22
48.Pahrump Point2. Death Valley - Inyo County5741Southeast Death Valley Ranges3451994-01-23
49.Whipple Mountains High Point3. San Bernardino County4130Southeast Mojave Ranges27901994-01-29
50.Chuckwalla Mountains High Point4. Riverside County3446Chocolate Mountains14261994-01-30
50.Big Maria Mountains High Point4. Riverside County3381Southeast Mojave Ranges22981994-01-30
52.Kingston Peak3. San Bernardino County7336Kingston Range37271994-03-19
53.Clark Mountain3. San Bernardino County7907Clark Range-Ivanpah Mountains42321994-03-20
53.Avawatz Peak3. San Bernardino County6155Northwest Mojave Ranges32951994-03-20
55.Dry Mountain2. Death Valley - Inyo County8674Panamint Range35941994-04-02
56.Tin Mountain2. Death Valley - Inyo County8953Panamint Range39931994-04-03
57.Keynot Peak1. Trans-Sierra - Mono and Inyo Counties11,101Inyo Mountains30301994-04-16
57.Mount Inyo1. Trans-Sierra - Mono and Inyo Counties10,975Inyo Mountains9751994-04-16
59.Pleasant Point1. Trans-Sierra - Mono and Inyo Counties9690Inyo Mountains11701994-04-17
60.Mount Palmer2. Death Valley - Inyo County7958Amaragosa Range7181994-04-30
61.Grapevine Peak2. Death Valley - Inyo County8738Amaragosa Range45621994-05-01
62.Sentinel Peak2. Death Valley - Inyo County9634Panamint Range15541994-05-15
63.Ruby Dome6. Nevada11,387Ruby-East Humboldt Mountains47931994-09-07
64.Wheeler Peak6. Nevada13,063Snake Range75631994-09-10
64.Navajo Mountain7. Utah10,346Navajo Mountain Area42261994-09-10
66.Humphreys Peak8. Arizona12,633Flagstaff Area60391994-09-11
67.White Mountain Peak1. Trans-Sierra - Mono and Inyo Counties14,246White Mountains71961994-09-17
68.Mount Patterson1. Trans-Sierra - Mono and Inyo Counties11,673Pine Nut-Sweetwater Ranges41531994-09-18
68.Glass Mountain1. Trans-Sierra - Mono and Inyo Counties11,160Mono-Benton-Excelsior Area31801994-09-18
70.Charleston Peak6. Nevada11,916Spring Mountains82411994-10-01
70.Mummy Mountain6. Nevada11,529Spring Mountains8011994-10-01
72.Hayford Peak6. Nevada9912Sheep Range53921994-10-02
73.Waucoba Mountain1. Trans-Sierra - Mono and Inyo Counties11,123Inyo Mountains39231994-10-29
74.New York Butte1. Trans-Sierra - Mono and Inyo Counties10,668Inyo Mountains11481994-10-30
74.Nelson Range High Point1. Trans-Sierra - Mono and Inyo Counties7696Inyo Mountains16561994-10-30
76.Pyramid Peak2. Death Valley - Inyo County6703Amaragosa Range37031994-11-05
77.Virgin Peak6. Nevada8071Eastern Lincoln County Ranges31831994-11-06
78.Mount Tipton8. Arizona7148Cerbat Mountains36281994-11-19
79.Potosi Mountain6. Nevada8514Spring Mountains30121994-11-20
80.Porter Peak2. Death Valley - Inyo County9101Panamint Range5011994-11-25
81.Mount Stirling6. Nevada8219Spring Mountains10181994-12-16
82.McCullough Mountain6. Nevada7026McCullough Range21701994-12-17
83.New York Mountains High Point3. San Bernardino County7533New York Mountains33341994-12-18
84.Moapa Peak6. Nevada6471Eastern Lincoln County Ranges16711994-12-30
85.Sandy Point2. Death Valley - Inyo County7062Esmeralda County Ranges16221994-12-31
86.Last Chance Mountain2. Death Valley - Inyo County8456Esmeralda County Ranges23761995-01-01
87.Canyon Point2. Death Valley - Inyo County5890Panamint Range10901995-01-02
88.Panamint Butte2. Death Valley - Inyo County6584Panamint Range5041995-01-28
89.Tucki Mountain2. Death Valley - Inyo County6726Panamint Range18461995-01-29
90.Martinez Mountain4. Riverside County6562San Jacinto Mountains17221995-02-04
91.Black Butte4. Riverside County4504Chocolate Mountains28441995-02-05
91.Spectre Peak4. Riverside County4482Southern Mojave Ranges25461995-02-05
93.Granite Mountain3. San Bernardino County6762Central Mojave Ranges27921995-02-25
94.East Ord Mountain3. San Bernardino County6168Southern Mojave Ranges14881995-02-26
95.Muddy Peak6. Nevada5387Las Vegas Ranges8762008-03-01
96.Bridge Mountain6. Nevada6955Spring Mountains6562008-03-02

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