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World 1500 m (4921 ft) Prominence Peaks

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Showing Michael Gosnell's most recent ascent dates for climbed peaks (17 out of 1497, or 1.14%)

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RankPeak Prom-M  Elev-M LocationRange (Level 3)Ascent Date
1.San Gorgonio Mountain25283505USA-CACentral and Southern California Ranges1993-07-07
2.San Jacinto Peak25363304USA-CACentral and Southern California Ranges1996-06-29
3.Mount Whitney30714418USA-CASierra Nevada1999-09
4.Lassen Peak15943187USA-CACascade Range2001
5.Humphreys Peak18413851USA-AZColorado Plateau2001-08-08
6.Mount Elbert27654399USA-COSouthern Rocky Mountains2002-08
7.Telescope Peak18803367USA-CAGreat Basin Ranges2003-08-19
8.White Mountain Peak21934342USA-CAGreat Basin Ranges2004-07-28
9.Charleston Peak25123632USA-NVGreat Basin Ranges2004-10-03
10.Mount Jefferson17873640USA-NVGreat Basin Ranges2006-06-26
11.Arc Dome15893588USA-NVGreat Basin Ranges2006-06-28
12.Mount Shasta29764317USA-CACascade Range2009-06-23
13.Wheeler Peak23063982USA-NVGreat Basin Ranges2009-08-18
14.Picacho del Diablo21153095Mexico-BCNBaja California2011-05-14
15.Pikes Peak16804301USA-COSouthern Rocky Mountains2012-11-18
16.Hayford Peak16433021USA-NVGreat Basin Ranges2013-03-28
17.Mount San Antonio18983068USA-CACentral and Southern California Ranges2014-08-16

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