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Fire Tower Challenge (Adirondack/Catskill)

Showing Brian Lubbert's most recent ascent dates for climbed peaks (5 out of 28, or 17.86%)

RankPeak Elev-M Range (Level 4) Prom-M Ascent Date
21.Arab Mountain774Adirondack Mountains261 
22.Azure Mountain762Adirondack Mountains299 
24.Bald Mountain716Adirondack Mountains65 
6.Balsam Lake Mountain1134Catskill Mountains1402012-01-08 b
27.Belfry Mountain568Adirondack Mountains63 
20.Black Mountain805Adirondack Mountains6952011-09-24 a
5.Blue Mountain1140Adirondack Mountains582 
28.Cathedral Rock518Adirondack Mountains  
18.Goodnow Mountain820Adirondack Mountains310 
9.Gore Mountain1086Adirondack Mountains564 
19.Hadley Mountain817Adirondack Mountains293 
1.Hunter Mountain1231Catskill Mountains6522012-02-19 b
7.Hurricane Mountain1121Adirondack Mountains604 
25.Kane Mountain664Adirondack Mountains140 
12.Loon Lake Mountain1012Adirondack Mountains482 
3.Lyon Mountain1164Adirondack Mountains674 
10.Mount Adams1073Adirondack Mountains313 
13.Overlook Mountain957Catskill Mountains1892009-04-04
16.Owls Head Mountain857Adirondack Mountains305 
8.Pillsbury Mountain1098Adirondack Mountains324 
26.Pokamoonshine Mountain660Adirondack Mountains100 
14.Red Hill908Catskill Mountains1762011-01-15
15.Saint Regis Mountain878Adirondack Mountains378 
2.Snowy Mountain1188Adirondack Mountains678 
17.Tremper Mountain829Catskill Mountains97 
11.Vanderwhacker Mountain1039Adirondack Mountains511 
4.Wakely Mountain1148Adirondack Mountains494 
23.Woodhull Mountain721Adirondack Mountains142 

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