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World 1500 m (4921 ft) Prominence Peaks

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Showing David Hart's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (52 out of 1497, or 3.47%)

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RankPeak Prom-Ft  Elev-Ft LocationRange (Level 3)Ascent Date
1.Mount Elbert907314,433USA-COSouthern Rocky Mountains1987-02-01
2.Pikes Peak551014,110USA-COSouthern Rocky Mountains1987-08-05
3.Blanca Peak532614,345USA-COSouthern Rocky Mountains1988-07-15
4.Volcán Chimborazo13,52420,561EcuadorEcuador Andes1989-12
4.Volcán Cotopaxi788719,347EcuadorEcuador Andes1989-12
4.Volcán Iliniza566917,195EcuadorEcuador Andes1989-12
7.Bashful Peak52758005USA-AKSouth-Central Alaska1992
8.Mount Rainier13,21014,411USA-WACascade Range1992-05
9.Mount McKinley20,15620,320USA-AKAlaska Range1992-05-15
10.Mount Bona680016,500USA-AKSaint Elias Mountains1994-06
11.Mount Marcus Baker10,72613,176USA-AKSouth-Central Alaska1995-04
12.Mount Blackburn11,59016,390USA-AKSouth-Central Alaska1995-05
13.Mount Foraker720017,400USA-AKAlaska Range1995-06
14.Mount Natazhat593513,435USA-AKSaint Elias Mountains1996-04
15.Mount Saint Elias11,18418,008Canada/USASaint Elias Mountains1996-05
16.Mount Sanford763716,237USA-AKSouth-Central Alaska1997-05
17.Mount Bear498814,831USA-AKSaint Elias Mountains1998-04
18.Mount Logan17,21519,541Canada-YTSaint Elias Mountains1998-05
19.Mount Ossa52955295Australia-TASTasmania2000-03
20.Mount Lucania997417,192Canada-YTSaint Elias Mountains2000-04
21.Kebnekaise57316909SwedenScandinavian Mountains2000-07
22.Broad Peak558126,414China/PakistanKarakoram2001-07-22
23.Mount Hubbard799514,950Canada/USASaint Elias Mountains2002-05
24.Mount Vancouver883215,787Canada-YTSaint Elias Mountains2003-05
25.Mount Fairweather12,96315,325Canada/USASaint Elias Mountains2004-05
26.Mount Wrangell556314,163USA-AKSouth-Central Alaska2007-04
27.Mount Whitney10,07514,495USA-CASierra Nevada2008-05-10
28.Nevado de Toluca725015,354Mexico-MexCordillera Neovolcanica2008-12-06
29.Volcán La Malinche623314,501Mexico-Pue/TlaxCordillera Neovolcanica2008-12-08
30.Volcán Iztaccíhuatl505317,126Mexico-Pue/MexCordillera Neovolcanica2008-12-11
31.Pico de Orizaba16,14818,491Mexico-Pue/VerCordillera Neovolcanica2008-12-14
32.Mount Shasta976214,162USA-CACascade Range2009-05-22
33.White Mountain Peak719614,246USA-CAGreat Basin Ranges2010-09-08
34.Nevado de Colima885813,976Mexico-JalCordillera Neovolcanica2010-11-07
35.Mauna Kea13,79613,796USA-HIHawaii2014-05-03
36.Mauna Loa707913,679USA-HIHawaii2014-05-04
37.Mount Hood770611,239USA-ORCascade Range2014-05-16
38.Mount Adams811612,276USA-WACascade Range2014-07-18
39.Sacajawea Peak63889838USA-ORColumbia Plateau2014-07-19
40.Gannett Peak707613,804USA-WYGreater Yellowstone Rockies2014-07-27
41.Grand Teton653013,770USA-WYGreater Yellowstone Rockies2014-07-31
42.Cloud Peak706713,167USA-WYGreater Yellowstone Rockies2014-08-02
43.Pico de Teide12,19812,198SpainNorth Atlantic Islands2014-10-13
44.Jebel Toubkal12,31913,671MoroccoHigh Atlas2014-10-21
45.Haleakala10,02310,023USA-HIHawaii2014-11-24
46.San Gorgonio Mountain829411,499USA-CACentral and Southern California Ranges2015-04-24
47.San Jacinto Peak831910,839USA-CACentral and Southern California Ranges2015-04-25
48.Mount San Antonio622410,064USA-CACentral and Southern California Ranges2015-04-26
49.Mount Mitchell60896684USA-NCBlue Ridge Mountains2015-05-30
50.Humphreys Peak603912,633USA-AZColorado Plateau2015-05-31
51.Mount Graham632010,720USA-AZSouthwest Basins and Ranges2015-06-01
52.Snow Tower60726572USA-AKCoast Mountains2015-06-21

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