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Fire Tower Challenge (Adirondack/Catskill)

Showing Thomas Stabler's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (14 out of 28, or 50%)

RankPeak Elev-Ft
Range (Level 4) Prom-Ft
Ascent Date
1.Hurricane Mountain3678Adirondack Mountains19822009-07-15
2.Red Hill2990Catskill Mountains6002009-07-30
3.Balsam Lake Mountain3730Catskill Mountains4802009-08-24
4.Hunter Mountain4050Catskill Mountains21602009-10-25
5.Goodnow Mountain2690Adirondack Mountains10202010-08-09
6.Belfry Mountain1864Adirondack Mountains2072010-08-11
7.Overlook Mountain3150Catskill Mountains6402011-05-29
8.Hadley Mountain2690Adirondack Mountains9802011-07-09
9.Pokamoonshine Mountain2181Adirondack Mountains3602011-08-20
10.Kane Mountain2190Adirondack Mountains4802012-04-20
11.Bald Mountain2349Adirondack Mountains2132012-05-25
12.Arab Mountain2549Adirondack Mountains8662012-05-26
12.Cathedral Rock1710Adirondack Mountains 2012-05-26
14.Azure Mountain2510Adirondack Mountains10002012-05-27
 Snowy Mountain3898Adirondack Mountains2241 
 Lyon Mountain3830Adirondack Mountains2238 
 Wakely Mountain3766Adirondack Mountains1620 
 Blue Mountain3750Adirondack Mountains1919 
 Pillsbury Mountain3612Adirondack Mountains1083 
 Gore Mountain3573Adirondack Mountains1860 
 Mount Adams3520Adirondack Mountains1027 
 Vanderwhacker Mountain3409Adirondack Mountains1687 
 Loon Lake Mountain3330Adirondack Mountains1600 
 Saint Regis Mountain2881Adirondack Mountains1249 
 Owls Head Mountain2812Adirondack Mountains1009 
 Tremper Mountain2730Catskill Mountains340 
 Black Mountain2650Adirondack Mountains2300 
 Woodhull Mountain2365Adirondack Mountains465 

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