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World 1500 m (4921 ft) Prominence Peaks

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Showing Caj Svensson's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (18 out of 1497, or 1.2%)

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RankPeak Prom-M  Elev-M LocationRange (Level 3)Ascent Date
1.Pico Ruivo18621862PortugalNorth Atlantic Islands2000-12-29
2.Mount Mitchell18562037USA-NCBlue Ridge Mountains2002-07-06
3.Mount Whitney30714418USA-CASierra Nevada2002-08-04
 Mount Marcy14981629USA-NYCanadian Shield2002-08-31
4.Mount Washington18741917USA-NHNorthern U.S. Appalachians2003-06-04
5.Mount Elbert27654399USA-COSouthern Rocky Mountains2003-07-22
6.Kings Peak19354123USA-UTWestern Rocky Mountains2004-07-11
7.Humphreys Peak18413851USA-AZColorado Plateau2004-07-18
8.Kebnekaise17472106SwedenScandinavian Mountains2005-07-07
9.Gannett Peak21564207USA-WYGreater Yellowstone Rockies2005-07-30
10.Mount Hood23493426USA-ORCascade Range2006-06-10
11.Mount Rainier40264392USA-WACascade Range2006-06-22
12.Borah Peak18233859USA-IDIdaho-Bitterroot Rocky Mountains2007-07-23
13.Mount McKinley61446194USA-AKAlaska Range2008-06-07
14.Pico de Teide37183718SpainNorth Atlantic Islands2008-12-31
15.Mauna Kea42054205USA-HIHawaii2009-07-17
16.Elbrus47415642RussiaCentral Caucasus2010-07-20
17.Monte Rosa21654634SwitzSouthern Alps2012-08-13 3
18.Galdhøpiggen23722469NorwayScandinavian Mountains2013-07-20

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