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World 1500 m (4921 ft) Prominence Peaks

Note: Large lists (over 500 peaks) like this one only show peaks a climber has ascended.

Showing Mark Aitken's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (34 out of 1497, or 2.27%)

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RankPeak Prom-M  Elev-M LocationRange (Level 3)Ascent Date
1.Monte Rosa21654634SwitzSouthern Alps1985-08-20
2.Großglockner24283798AustriaEastern Alps1987-08-15
3.Mont Blanc46974810France/ItalyWestern Alps1989-08-15
4.Pico de Teide37183718SpainNorth Atlantic Islands1996-12-30
5.Mount Ida24562456GreeceGreek Islands1997-06-20
6.Jebel Toubkal37554167MoroccoHigh Atlas1997-09-30
7.Galdhøpiggen23722469NorwayScandinavian Mountains1998-06-29
9.Olympus23532917GreeceGreek-Albanian Ranges2001-07-12
10.Gebel Katherîna23992629EgyptSinai-Palestine Ranges2001-10-21
11.Triglav20522864SloveniaEastern Alps2002-09-15
12.Volcán La Malinche19004420Mexico-Pue/TlaxCordillera Neovolcanica2003-10-25
13.Pico de Orizaba49225636Mexico-Pue/VerCordillera Neovolcanica2003-10-30
14.Volcán Cayambe20755790EcuadorEcuador Andes2003-12-30
15.Volcán Cotopaxi24045897EcuadorEcuador Andes2004-01-01
16.Mount Aspiring24693030New ZealandSouthern Alps2004-01-15
17.Kilimanjaro58855895TanzaniaNortheast Tanzania2005-01-02
18.Nevado Sajama24286542BoliviaBolivian Andes2005-08-25
19.Mount Stanley39515109Congo DRC/UgandaEast Rift Valley Ranges2006-01-25
20.Mulhacén32893479SpainAndalucian Ranges2006-09-15
21.Aconcagua69626962ArgentinaCentral Argentina-Chile Andes2007-01-03
22.Elbrus47415642RussiaCentral Caucasus2007-08-11
23.Ras Dashen39974550EthiopiaNorthern Ethiopian Highlands2007-12-15
24.Pili16086046ChilePuna de Atacama2009-01-10
25.Mount Ararat36115137TurkeySoutheast Anatolia2009-08-29
27.Lesatima20814001KenyaEast Central Kenya2010-02-26
28.Mount Kenya38255199KenyaEast Central Kenya2010-03-02
29.Zugspitze17462962Germany/AustriaNorthern Alps2010-07-14
30.Denali61446194USA-AKAlaska Range2011-06-13
31.Hvannadalshnúkur21102110IcelandNorwegian Sea Islands2012-06-03
32.Corno Grande24762912ItalyAppenines2012-09-21
33.Mount Meru31704565TanzaniaNortheast Tanzania2014-02-23
34.Tavan Bogd Uul23424374Mongolia/ChinaAltai2014-09-03

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