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Showing Andy Smatko's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (94 out of 100, or 94%)

RankPeak Elev-Ft Range (Level 5) Prom-Ft Ascent Date
1.Mount Whitney14,495Mount Whitney Group10,0751954
2.North Palisade14,242Palisades28941957-08-05
3.Mount Sill14,153Palisades3531957-08-06
4.Mount Russell14,088Mount Whitney Group10961956-09-30
5.Split Mountain14,058Palisades15251957-09-14
6.Mount Langley14,026Mount Whitney Group11651957-06-09
7.Mount Tyndall14,019Mount Whitney Group10921957
8.Middle Palisade14,012Palisades10851957-08-09
8.Mount Muir14,012Mount Whitney Group2981957
10.Thunderbolt Peak14,003Palisades2031957-08-04
11.Mount Barnard13,990Mount Whitney Group9321956-09-02
12.Mount Humphreys13,986Mono Recesses-Humphreys Area25631957-09-08
13.Mount Keith13,976Mount Whitney Group19031957
14.Trojan Peak13,947Mount Whitney Group3641956-09-02
15.Mount LeConte13,930Mount Whitney Group10031955-07-03
16.Disappointment Peak13,917Palisades1371959-07-03
17.Mount Agassiz13,893Palisades8131957-08-03
18.Junction Peak13,888Mount Whitney Group7651957-09-29
19.Mount Mallory13,845Mount Whitney Group7221955-07-03
20.Mount Darwin13,831Evolution Region18711957-07-28
21.Mount McAdie13,799Mount Whitney Group4791958-09-13
22.Mount Irvine13,780Mount Whitney Group1971958-09-14
23.Mount Winchell13,775Palisades6551958-07-26
24.Discovery Pinnacle13,753Mount Whitney Group1051966-08-20
25.Bear Creek Spire13,720Mono Recesses-Humphreys Area14401957-07-21
26.Mount Corcoran13,714Mount Whitney Group1971959-09-20
27.Mount Abbot13,704Mono Recesses-Humphreys Area8641957-07-22
28.Mount Dade13,600Mono Recesses-Humphreys Area2001957-07-21
29.University Peak13,589Mount Whitney Group11871957
30.Tunnabora Peak13,563Mount Whitney Group5711957
31.Palisade Crest13,553Palisades5611970-06-21
31.Mount Carillon13,553Mount Whitney Group2331956-09-30
33.Mount Thompson13,494Evolution Region10541961-06-18
34.Mount Bolton Brown13,491Palisades5981957-09-15
35.Mount Versteeg13,471Mount Whitney Group2821965-07-16
35.Mount Prater13,471Palisades851957-09-15
37.Mount Mills13,451Mono Recesses-Humphreys Area4511959-06-20
38.Mount Haeckel13,418Evolution Region4981958-08-19
39.Mount Lamarck13,417Evolution Region971957-07-27
40.Cardinal Mountain13,396Palisades5681958-08-30
41.Mount Wallace13,377Evolution Region3371958-08-19
42.Mount Powell13,364Evolution Region324 
43.The Thumb13,356Palisades5941957-08-08
44.Black Mountain13,291Central Kings Canyon Area15791960-09-03
45.Mount Bradley13,264Mount Whitney Group7971959-05-17
46.Mount Julius Caesar13,200Mono Recesses-Humphreys Area4401964-08-08
47.Striped Mountain13,179Central Kings Canyon Area5151958-09-01
48.Mount Baxter13,136Central Kings Canyon Area6031961-05-21
49.Diamond Peak13,127Central Kings Canyon Area8571961-05-07
50.Red Slate Mountain13,123Mammoth Area16831960-07-16
51.Mount Lyell13,114Ritter Range-East Yosemite18941956-08-26
52.Mount Gilbert13,106Evolution Region4261960-07-04
53.Mount Goode13,085Evolution Region8451960-06-19
54.Mount Dana13,057Ritter Range-East Yosemite24171955
55.Mount Gould13,005Central Kings Canyon Area10301958-09-28
56.Kuna Peak13,002Ritter Range-East Yosemite19221975-06-07
57.Rodgers Peak12,978Ritter Range-East Yosemite7381961-07-29
58.Koip Peak12,962Ritter Range-East Yosemite1621964-08-23
59.Dragon Peak12,927Central Kings Canyon Area2961958-09-28
60.Cirque Peak12,900Mount Whitney Group9001960-06-13
61.Mount Johnson12,871Evolution Region5111961-07-15
62.Mount Starr12,840Mono Recesses-Humphreys Area7601959-06-21
63.Mount Stanford12,838Mammoth Area1581961-09-16
64.Red and White Mountain12,816Mammoth Area9361960-07-17
65.Mount Gibbs12,773Ritter Range-East Yosemite10931961-10-21
66.Blacktop Peak12,720Ritter Range-East Yosemite3601977-06-18
66.Four Gables12,720Mono Recesses-Humphreys Area2801959-08-07
68.Mount Conness12,590Northern Yosemite26301961-10-22
69.Mount Perkins12,566Central Kings Canyon Area3291960-04-30
70.Mount Crocker12,458Mammoth Area8581965-08-22
71.Colosseum Mountain12,451Central Kings Canyon Area8051961-05-20
72.Excelsior Mountain12,446Northern Yosemite12461963-10-13
73.Mount Huntington12,394Mammoth Area5141965-08-21
74.Twin Peaks12,323Northern Yosemite21231963-06-23
75.Mount Lewis12,320Ritter Range-East Yosemite12001964-08-24
76.Mount Davis12,303Ritter Range-East Yosemite7881961-07-30
77.Matterhorn Peak12,279Northern Yosemite15591956-06-24
78.North Peak12,242Northern Yosemite6821961-10-22
79.Olancha Peak12,123South Sierra Crest30831957
80.White Mountain12,057Northern Yosemite6171978-08-06
81.Shepherd Crest12,040Northern Yosemite560 
82.Donohue Peak12,023Ritter Range-East Yosemite4631956
83.Tower Peak11,755Northern Yosemite21831962-09-02
84.Camiaca Peak11,739Northern Yosemite12591977-06-05
85.Trail Peak11,605Mount Whitney Group8851981-05-17
86.Leavitt Peak11,569Emigrant Wilderness Area20491962-09-03
87.San Joaquin Mountain11,549Mammoth Area16741961-06-04
88.Two Teats11,352Mammoth Area1321961-06-04
89.Crown Point11,346Northern Yosemite13461978-07-03
90.Center Mountain11,271Northern Yosemite1211 
91.Ehrnbeck Peak11,240Northern Yosemite8801980-09-10
92.Forsyth Peak11,177Northern Yosemite10571980-09-08
93.Hawksbeak Peak11,134Northern Yosemite8741980-09-12
94.Slide Mountain11,084Northern Yosemite884 
95.Mammoth Mountain11,030Mammoth Area16471964-06
96.Gaylor Peak11,004Northern Yosemite4841977-07-04
97.Kettle Peak11,000Northern Yosemite720 
98.Carson Peak10,892Mammoth Area3611976-07-11
99.Cirque Mountain10,713Northern Yosemite673 
100.Grizzly Peak10,365Northern Yosemite3651980-09-06

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