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AMC New England 4000-footers

Showing Tom Massoth's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (67 out of 67, or 100%)

RankPeak Elev-Ft StateRange (Level 4) Prom-Ft Ascent Date
1.Wildcat Mountain4422New HampshireWhite Mountains10341984-06-23
1.Wildcat D4062New HampshireWhite Mountains2871984-06-23
3.Mount Washington6288New HampshireWhite Mountains61481984-08-26
4.Mount Lafayette5240New HampshireWhite Mountains33201985-06-21
4.Mount Lincoln5089New HampshireWhite Mountains1691985-06-21
4.Mount Liberty4459New HampshireWhite Mountains3791985-06-21
7.Mount Flume4328New HampshireWhite Mountains4081985-06-25
8.South Twin4902New HampshireWhite Mountains15021986-06-21
9.Mount Garfield4480New HampshireWhite Mountains8001986-06-22
10.North Twin4761New HampshireWhite Mountains2811986-06-27
11.Zealand Mountain4240New HampshireWhite Mountains2001986-06-28
11.Galehead Mountain4024New HampshireWhite Mountains2641986-06-28
13.Mount Tom4051New HampshireWhite Mountains3311986-06-29
14.Camels Hump4080VermontGreen Mountains18601986-08-02
15.Mount Moosilauke4802New HampshireWhite Mountains29321986-08-23
16.Mount Adams5799New HampshireWhite Mountains8611987-01-17
17.Mount Jefferson5712New HampshireWhite Mountains7531987-06-14
17.Owls Head4025New HampshireWhite Mountains8251987-06-14
19.Mount Monroe5372New HampshireWhite Mountains2541987-06-20
19.Mount Eisenhower4760New HampshireWhite Mountains3351987-06-20
19.Mount Pierce4310New HampshireWhite Mountains2301987-06-20
22.Mount Jackson4052New HampshireWhite Mountains3321987-06-22
23.Mount Osceola4320New HampshireWhite Mountains20001987-07-18
23.Mount Osceola-East Peak4156New HampshireWhite Mountains3161987-07-18
25.Killington Peak4235VermontGreen Mountains33151987-08-08
26.Kinsman Mountain4358New HampshireWhite Mountains23981987-09-05
26.Kinsman Mountain-North Peak4293New HampshireWhite Mountains2531987-09-05
28.Cannon Mountain4080New HampshireWhite Mountains7201987-10-25
29.Mount Tecumseh4003New HampshireWhite Mountains17231988-05-07
30.Mount Isolation4003New HampshireWhite Mountains2031988-06-04
31.Mount Moriah4049New HampshireWhite Mountains9221988-06-18
32.Carter Dome4832New HampshireWhite Mountains28211988-06-19
32.Middle Carter Mountain4600New HampshireWhite Mountains7001988-06-19
32.South Carter Mountain4420New HampshireWhite Mountains2201988-06-19
35.Mount Passaconaway4043New HampshireWhite Mountains8031988-08-20
36.Mount Whiteface4000New HampshireWhite Mountains5601988-08-26
37.Mount Hancock4400New HampshireWhite Mountains12001989-02-25
37.South Hancock4319New HampshireWhite Mountains1591989-02-25
39.Mount Waumbek4006New HampshireWhite Mountains12891989-05-13
40.Mount Cabot4160New HampshireWhite Mountains26611989-05-20
41.Mount Field4320New HampshireWhite Mountains16811989-07-08
41.Mount Willey4255New HampshireWhite Mountains2551989-07-08
43.Mount Hale4054New HampshireWhite Mountains6141989-07-14
44.Mount Bond4698New HampshireWhite Mountains2981989-07-15
44.West Bond4520New HampshireWhite Mountains1601989-07-15
44.Bondcliffs4265New HampshireWhite Mountains1851989-07-15
47.Mount Carrigain4680New HampshireWhite Mountains22231989-07-16
48.North Tripyramid4160New HampshireWhite Mountains13201989-08-18
48.Middle Tripyramid4120New HampshireWhite Mountains2401989-08-18
50.Mount Madison5366New HampshireWhite Mountains4661989-09-29
51.Mount Ellen4083VermontGreen Mountains21321990-07-07
51.Mount Abraham4006VermontGreen Mountains2861990-07-07
53.Mount Mansfield4393VermontGreen Mountains36331990-08-04
54.Old Speck4160MaineWhite Mountains27001990-11-04
55.Bigelow Mountain4145MaineLongfellow Mountains28452000-10-27
55.Avery Peak4088MaineLongfellow Mountains2682000-10-27
57.Mount Redington4000MaineLongfellow Mountains4402001-09-17
58.Crocker Mountain4226MaineLongfellow Mountains12062002-06-02
58.South Crocker Mountain4040MaineLongfellow Mountains3402002-06-02
60.Sugarloaf Mountain4240MaineLongfellow Mountains31682004-06-21
60.Mount Abraham4040MaineLongfellow Mountains8802004-06-21
60.Spaulding Mountain4000MaineLongfellow Mountains5852004-06-21
63.Saddleback Mountain4120MaineLongfellow Mountains24462004-06-23
63.Saddleback Mountain-The Horn4041MaineLongfellow Mountains4612004-06-23
65.Katahdin5268MaineLongfellow Mountains42882004-08-24
65.Hamlin Peak4756MaineLongfellow Mountains4962004-08-24
67.North Brother4151MaineLongfellow Mountains12562004-08-25

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List Description

Note that this list is not the same as the mathematically-derived New England 4000-footer Threshold List also hosted on this site. This is the official AMC list, which appears to have a couple of inconsistencies in the way peaks are included on the list related to prominence data on the USGS topographic maps.

The AMC list does not include the Nose on Mount Mansfield nor Mount Guyot, both of which appear to have the necessary 160 feet of clean prominence (200 feet optimistic). But it does include South Hancock, with 159 feet (199 optimistic) of prominence. Perhaps the AMC has better survey information not present on the USGS maps.

Links

     Official AMC New England 4000-footer list

Selected Guidebook(s) for this List

       AMC White Mountain Guide, 28th Edition (Smith, Daniell)

Caution: These books feature many of the peaks on this list, but may not have information on all of them.

 


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