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World 1500 m (4921 ft) Prominence Peaks

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Showing Fred Beckey's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (20 out of 1497, or 1.34%)

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RankPeak Prom-Ft  Elev-Ft LocationRange (Level 3)Ascent Date
1.Mount Olympus78387969USA-WANorthwest U.S. Coast Ranges1938 j
2.Mount Baker881210,781USA-WACascade Range1939 e
3.Grand Teton653013,770USA-WYGreater Yellowstone Rockies1939 n
4.Glacier Peak749810,520USA-WACascade Range1940 g
5.Mount Rainier13,21014,411USA-WACascade Range1941 l
6.Mount Waddington10,75813,186Canada-BCCoast Mountains1942 p
7.Mount Adams811612,276USA-WACascade Range1945 e
8.Mount Deborah513912,339USA-AKAlaska Range1954
9.Mount McKinley20,15620,320USA-AKAlaska Range1954 c
10.Mount Hood770611,239USA-ORCascade Range1955 a
11.Mount Stuart53549415USA-WACascade Range1955 g
12.Monte Rosa710315,203SwitzSouthern Alps1955 h
13.Kilimanjaro19,30819,341TanzaniaNortheast Tanzania1955 n
14.Mount Edith Cavell663711,033Canada-ABCanadian Rockies1961 z3
15.Gannett Peak707613,804USA-WYGreater Yellowstone Rockies1962 v
16.Mount Whitney10,07514,495USA-CASierra Nevada1963 j
17.Mount Ratz797310,138Canada-BCCoast Mountains1964 l
18.Mount Jefferson577710,497USA-ORCascade Range1965 c
19.Mount Robson924912,989Canada-BCCanadian Rockies1965 e
20.Mount Seattle549410,350USA/CanadaSaint Elias Mountains1966

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