World 1500 m (4921 ft) Prominence Peaks
Note: Large lists (over 500 peaks) like this one only show peaks a climber has ascended.
Showing Dave Covill's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (49 out of 1497, or 3.27%)
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|Rank||Peak|| Prom-Ft || Elev-Ft ||Location||Range (Level 3)||Ascent Date|
|1.||Mount Washington||6148||6288||USA-NH||Northern U.S. Appalachians||1966-07-01|
|2.||Grand Teton||6530||13,770||USA-WY||Greater Yellowstone Rockies||1979-08-15|
|3.||Mount Elbert||9073||14,433||USA-CO||Southern Rocky Mountains||1981-06-19|
|4.||Blanca Peak||5326||14,345||USA-CO||Southern Rocky Mountains||1982-06-29|
|5.||Pikes Peak||5510||14,110||USA-CO||Southern Rocky Mountains||1982-07-02|
| ||Mount Marcy||4914||5344||USA-NY||Canadian Shield||1995-07-31|
|6.||Kings Peak||6348||13,528||USA-UT||Western Rocky Mountains||1996-08-13|
|7.||Humphreys Peak||6039||12,633||USA-AZ||Colorado Plateau||1996-08-15|
|8.||Mount Whitney||10,075||14,495||USA-CA||Sierra Nevada||1997-07-18|
|9.||Mount Peale||6161||12,721||USA-UT||Colorado Plateau||1998-05-20|
|10.||Mount Mitchell||6089||6684||USA-NC||Blue Ridge Mountains||1998-07-22|
|11.||Gannett Peak||7076||13,804||USA-WY||Greater Yellowstone Rockies||1999-08-01|
|13.||Sierra Blanca Peak||5533||11,973||USA-NM||Southwest Basins and Ranges||2000-04-21|
|15.||Borah Peak||5982||12,662||USA-ID||Idaho-Bitterroot Rocky Mountains||2001-08-15|
|16.||Mount Graham||6320||10,720||USA-AZ||Southwest Basins and Ranges||2002-02-02|
|17.||Cloud Peak||7067||13,167||USA-WY||Greater Yellowstone Rockies||2002-07-04|
|18.||Mount Bona||6800||16,500||USA-AK||Saint Elias Mountains||2003-06-08|
|19.||Mount Hood||7706||11,239||USA-OR||Cascade Range||2003-06-22|
|20.||Lassen Peak||5229||10,457||USA-CA||Cascade Range||2003-06-27|
|21.||Wheeler Peak||7563||13,063||USA-NV||Great Basin Ranges||2003-06-28|
|22.||Mount Cleveland||5226||10,466||USA-MT||Central Montana Rocky Mountains||2003-08-11|
|23.||Mount San Antonio||6224||10,064||USA-CA||Central and Southern California Ranges||2004-05-01|
|24.||San Jacinto Peak||8319||10,839||USA-CA||Central and Southern California Ranges||2004-05-10|
|25.||Telescope Peak||6168||11,048||USA-CA||Great Basin Ranges||2004-06-25|
|26.||Mount Rainier||13,210||14,411||USA-WA||Cascade Range||2004-07-21|
|27.||Chiricahua Peak||5139||9759||USA-AZ||Southwest Basins and Ranges||2005-11-04|
|30.||Mount Lemmon||5157||9157||USA-AZ||Southwest Basins and Ranges||2006-04-15|
|31.||Pico de Orizaba||16,148||18,491||Mexico-Pue/Ver||Cordillera Neovolcanica||2009-01-05|
|32.||San Gorgonio Mountain||8294||11,499||USA-CA||Central and Southern California Ranges||2009-05-01|
|33.||Mount Olympus||7838||7969||USA-WA||Northwest U.S. Coast Ranges||2009-08-05|
|34.||Mount Ellen||5842||11,522||USA-UT||Colorado Plateau||2010-09-10|
|35.||Mount Nebo||5488||11,928||USA-UT||Western Rocky Mountains||2010-11-08|
|37.||Mount Fairweather||12,963||15,325||Canada/USA||Saint Elias Mountains||2011-05-25|
|38.||Mount Shasta||9762||14,162||USA-CA||Cascade Range||2011-06-25|
|39.||White Mountain Peak||7196||14,246||USA-CA||Great Basin Ranges||2011-09-12|
|40.||Mount McKinley||20,156||20,320||USA-AK||Alaska Range||2012-06-29|
|41.||Mount Griggs||7200||7600||USA-AK||Aleutian Ranges||2012-08-06|
|42.||Mount Torbert||8663||11,413||USA-AK||Alaska Range||2013-05-26|
|43.||Charleston Peak||8241||11,916||USA-NV||Great Basin Ranges||2013-08-31|
|44.||Volcán La Malinche||6233||14,501||Mexico-Pue/Tlax||Cordillera Neovolcanica||2014-01-16|
|45.||Volcán Iztaccíhuatl||5053||17,126||Mexico-Pue/Mex||Cordillera Neovolcanica||2014-01-18|
|46.||Mont Blanc||15,410||15,781||France/Italy||Western Alps||2014-06-23|
|47.||Mount Baker||8812||10,781||USA-WA||Cascade Range||2014-07-06|
|48.||Deseret Peak||5812||11,031||USA-UT||Great Basin Ranges||2014-10-26|
|49.||Mount Adams||8116||12,276||USA-WA||Cascade Range||2015-07-04|
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