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Showing Gordon MacLeod's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (82 out of 116, or 70.69%)

RankPeak Elev-Ft Range (Level 5) Prom-Ft Ascent Date
1.White Mountain Peak14,246White Mountains71961964-05-17
2.Montgomery Peak13,441White Mountains12661963-06-30
3.Boundary Peak13,140White Mountains2531963-06-30
4.Wheeler Peak13,063Snake Range75631964-10-17
5.Jeff Davis Peak12,771Snake Range451 
6.Baker Peak12,305Snake Range4961991-08-30
7.Ibapah Peak12,087Deep Creek Range52471993-08-29
8.Mount Moriah12,067Snake Range49071991-08-30
9.Haystack Peak12,020Deep Creek Range660 
10.Mount Jefferson11,941Toquima Range58611964-10-19
11.Pyramid Peak11,926Snake Range7641990-08-23
12.Charleston Peak11,916Spring Mountains82411965-06-12
13.North Schell Peak11,883Schell Creek Range54031989-08-25
14.Mount Jefferson-North Summit11,814Toquima Range4941987-06-21
15.Arc Dome11,773Toiyabe Range52131964-10-18
16.Mount Patterson11,673Pine Nut-Sweetwater Ranges41531963-06-30
17.Mummy Mountain11,529Spring Mountains8011965-06-13
18.Currant Mountain11,513White Pine Range45751992-09-02
19.Bunker Hill11,473Toiyabe Range27931992-06-01
20.Ruby Dome11,387Ruby-East Humboldt Mountains47931972-05-28
21.Thomas Peak11,320Ruby-East Humboldt Mountains1080 
22.Hole in the Mountain Peak11,306Ruby-East Humboldt Mountains48491986-09-04
23.Troy Peak11,298Grant-Quinn Canyon Range47901989-08-27
24.Mount Grant11,280Wassuk Range39201992-06-03
25.Glass Mountain11,160Mono-Benton-Excelsior Area31801965-05-01
26.Waucoba Mountain11,123Inyo Mountains39231964-10-31
27.Mount Gilbert11,120Ruby-East Humboldt Mountains480 
28.Griffith Peak11,060Spring Mountains4302002-06-22
29.Telescope Peak11,048Panamint Range61681962-04-28
30.Deseret Peak11,031Stansbury Mountains58121988-08-28
31.Humboldt Peak11,020Ruby-East Humboldt Mountains860 
32.Mount Grafton10,990Schell Creek Range32572000-08-11
33.Table Mountain10,888Monitor Range36481987-06-20
34.Middle Sister10,854Pine Nut-Sweetwater Ranges8541987-05-18
35.Matterhorn10,838Jarbidge Mountains46781987-07-14
36.Mount Rose10,776Carson Range36301972-08-01
37.Cave Mountain10,745Schell Creek Range968 
38.Old Man of the Mountains10,710Ruby-East Humboldt Mountains110 
39.Greys Peak10,674Ruby-East Humboldt Mountains7141988-08-30
40.Jobs Peak10,633Carson Range7932001-08-22
41.Diamond Peak10,614North Eureka County Ranges35941993-06-25
42.Cougar Peak10,559Jarbidge Mountains519 
43.Lewiston Peak10,411Oquirrh Mountains211 
44.Bonanza Peak10,397Spring Mountains833 
45.Signal Peak10,365Pine Valley Mountains44851997-07-29
46.Navajo Mountain10,346Navajo Mountain Area42261965-05-23
47.Cache Peak10,339Albion Range4459 
48.Spruce Mountain10,262Cherry Creek-Pequop-Antelope Ranges39301998-08-15
49.Morey Peak10,246Hot Creek Range-Antelope Range25661999-08-03
50.Snowflower Mountain10,243Carson Range363 
51.Gods Pocket Peak10,185Jarbidge Mountains1105 
52.Roberts Creek Mountain10,134North Eureka County Ranges35742002-08-10
53.Harris Mountain10,013Spring Mountains925 
54.Desatoya Peak9973Frenchman-Eastgate-Gabbs Ranges35451992-05-29
55.Mount Augusta9966Frenchman-Eastgate-Gabbs Ranges43661991-06-24
56.Bull Mountain9934Northwest Salt Lake Ranges37341998-08-17
57.Hayford Peak9912Sheep Range53921964-11-15
58.Eagle Peak9892Warner Mountains43521998-08-02
59.Star Peak9836Southeast Humboldt River Ranges54001996-08-23
60.Mahogany Peak9825Hot Creek Range-Antelope Range1025 
61.Indian Peak9790Western Utah Desert Ranges36501992-10-04
62.Steens Mountain9733Steens Mountain Area43731989-07-25
63.Granite Peak9732Santa Rosa Mountains43971996-08-22
64.Fool Creek Peak9712Eastern Utah Desert Ranges37121997-08-05
65.Swasey Peak9669House Range45091992-10-07
66.Notch Peak9654House Range34141992-10-06
67.Goshute Peak9610Goshute Range36901997-06-27
68.East Peak9591Carson Range3111998-07-30
69.Mount Siegel9451Pine Nut-Sweetwater Ranges34771998-07-14
70.Piper Peak9450Esmeralda County Ranges40831986-05-24
71.Chocolate Peak9402Carson Range242 
72.Kawich Peak9401Kawich-Belted-Reveille Ranges30811994-05-27
73.Galena Peak9400Pine Nut-Sweetwater Ranges160 
73.Duffer Peak-North Peak9400Black Rock Desert Area401998-08-07
75.Oreana Peak9316Pine Nut-Sweetwater Ranges636 
76.Black Crook Peak9274Central Utah Desert Ranges30741996-08-19
77.Portuguese Mountain9240Pancake Range27001989-05-24
78.Snow Valley Peak9214Carson Range12541998-07-13
79.Cerro Gordo Peak9188Inyo Mountains988 
80.Wildrose Peak9064Panamint Range1344 
81.Western Peak9061North Eureka County Ranges621 
82.Granite Peak8980Black Rock Desert Area34602000-09-04
83.King Lear Peak8923Black Rock Desert Area28832002-08-19
84.Job Peak8785Southeast Humboldt River Ranges39051999-05-29
85.Mount Irish8743Northwest Lincoln County Ranges25431992-04-28
85.Buckskin Mountain8743Santa Rosa Mountains1343 
87.Grapevine Peak8738Amaragosa Range45621963-11-09
88.Tule Peak8724Pyramid Lake Area34091996-06-02
89.Poorman Benchmark8674Southern Utah Desert Ranges21342000-07-01
90.Pueblo Mountain8632Steens Mountain Area3032 
91.Donnelly Peak8533Black Rock Desert Area27732000-06-25
92.Cinnabar Mountain8403Owyhee Mountains3123 
93.Virginia Peak8366Reno-Truckee Area36421996-06-01
94.Pah Rah Mountain8240Reno-Truckee Area240 
95.Kumiva Peak8220Black Rock Desert Area36601996-06-04
96.Mount Stirling8219Spring Mountains10181964-11-14
97.Tohakum Peak8182Pyramid Lake Area35092000-09-06
98.Virgin Peak8071Eastern Lincoln County Ranges31831979-10-20
99.Warner Peak8017Sheldon-Hart Mountain Refuges Area2117 
100.State Line Peak7990Pyramid Lake Area26901999-06-28
101.Fredonyer Peak7943Modoc-Lassen Plateau24232009-08-23
102.Hays Canyon Peak7920Sheldon-Hart Mountain Refuges Area20201997-05-24
103.Mount Davidson7864Reno-Truckee Area27041996-05-31
104.Petersen Mountains High Point7841Reno-Truckee Area2501 
105.Disaster Peak7781Trout Creek Area781 
106.Wood Benchmark7760Promontory Ranges2360 
107.Dogskin Mountain7487Reno-Truckee Area20412004-07-12
108.Mount Limbo7312Black Rock Desert Area252 
109.Division Peak7261Black Rock Desert Area13012002-08-19
110.Swan Lake Point7260South-Central Oregon Ranges2540 
111.Bald Mountain7191Sheldon-Hart Mountain Refuges Area1216 
112.Little Hat Mountain7166Sheldon-Hart Mountain Refuges Area206 
113.Quartzite Mountain7133Las Vegas Ranges7731992-04-21
114.Panum Crater7040Mono-Benton-Excelsior Area220 
115.McCullough Mountain7026McCullough Range21701972-02-26
116.Spirit Mountain5639Eldorado-Newberry Mountains28791963-12-14

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