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World 1500 m (4921 ft) Prominence Peaks

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Showing Edward Earl's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (97 out of 1497, or 6.48%)

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RankPeak Prom-Ft  Elev-Ft LocationRange (Level 3)Ascent Date
1.Mount Mitchell60896684USA-NCBlue Ridge Mountains1983-06-25
2.Humphreys Peak603912,633USA-AZColorado Plateau1986-06-17
3.Mount Whitney10,07514,495USA-CASierra Nevada1986-06-20
4.Lassen Peak522910,457USA-CACascade Range1986-07-05
5.Grand Teton653013,770USA-WYGreater Yellowstone Rockies1986-07-24
6.Kings Peak634813,528USA-UTWestern Rocky Mountains1986-07-30
7.Mount San Antonio622410,064USA-CACentral and Southern California Ranges1991-07-16
8.San Gorgonio Mountain829411,499USA-CACentral and Southern California Ranges1991-07-17
9.Wheeler Peak756313,063USA-NVGreat Basin Ranges1991-07-21
10.Deseret Peak581211,031USA-UTGreat Basin Ranges1991-10-03
11.Mount Nebo548811,928USA-UTWestern Rocky Mountains1991-10-18
12.San Jacinto Peak831910,839USA-CACentral and Southern California Ranges1992-10-19
13.Mount Elbert907314,433USA-COSouthern Rocky Mountains1993-09-04
14.South Sister558810,358USA-ORCascade Range1994-06-24
15.Mount Hood770611,239USA-ORCascade Range1994-06-28
16.Mount Shasta976214,162USA-CACascade Range1994-07-01
17.White Mountain Peak719614,246USA-CAGreat Basin Ranges1995-07-10
18.Mount Rainier13,21014,411USA-WACascade Range1995-07-17
19.Volcán Iztaccíhuatl505317,126Mexico-Pue/MexCordillera Neovolcanica1996-11-28
20.Pico de Orizaba16,14818,491Mexico-Pue/VerCordillera Neovolcanica1996-11-30
21.Mauna Kea13,79613,796USA-HIHawaii1998-04-19
22.Haleakala10,02310,023USA-HIHawaii1998-04-25
23.Telescope Peak616811,048USA-CAGreat Basin Ranges1998-05
24.Gannett Peak707613,804USA-WYGreater Yellowstone Rockies1998-08-06
25.Charleston Peak824111,916USA-NVGreat Basin Ranges1998-11-07
26.Mount Lemmon51579157USA-AZSouthwest Basins and Ranges1999-05-29 17
27.Mount Jefferson586111,941USA-NVGreat Basin Ranges1999-07-24
28.Galdhøpiggen77828100NorwayScandinavian Mountains1999-08-01
29.Borah Peak598212,662USA-IDIdaho-Bitterroot Rocky Mountains2000-07-01
30.Mount Adams811612,276USA-WACascade Range2000-07-05
31.Mount Baker881210,781USA-WACascade Range2000-07-09
32.Mount Eddy51059025USA-CANorthwest U.S. Coast Ranges2000-07-13
33.Mount Peale616112,721USA-UTColorado Plateau2001-07-02
34.Mount Ellen584211,522USA-UTColorado Plateau2001-07-04 11
35.Mount Graham632010,720USA-AZSouthwest Basins and Ranges2001-09-08
36.Chiricahua Peak51399759USA-AZSouthwest Basins and Ranges2001-09-09 08
37.Chirripó Grande12,32012,530Costa RicaCosta Rica-Panama Ranges2002-02-25
38.Volcán Irazú619111,260Costa RicaCosta Rica-Panama Ranges2002-02-28
39.Picacho del Diablo693910,154Mexico-BCNBaja California2002-05-25
40.Cloud Peak706713,167USA-WYGreater Yellowstone Rockies2002-08-01
41.Star Peak54009836USA-NVGreat Basin Ranges2002-08-12
42.Ibapah Peak524712,087USA-UTGreat Basin Ranges2002-08-31
43.Sierra Blanca Peak553311,973USA-NMSouthwest Basins and Ranges2002-10-26
44.Volcán Pichincha538815,696EcuadorEcuador Andes2003-02-04
45.Volcán Cotopaxi788719,347EcuadorEcuador Andes2003-02-09
46.Volcán Chimborazo13,52420,561EcuadorEcuador Andes2003-02-12
47.Mount Timpanogos526911,749USA-UTWestern Rocky Mountains2003-07-05
48.Flat Top Mountain537010,620USA-UTGreat Basin Ranges2003-07-06
49.Mount Olympus78387969USA-WANorthwest U.S. Coast Ranges2003-08-04
50.Mount Cleveland522610,466USA-MTCentral Montana Rocky Mountains2003-08-11
51.Crazy Peak570911,209USA-MTCentral Montana Rocky Mountains2003-08-14
52.Blanca Peak532614,345USA-COSouthern Rocky Mountains2003-09-01
53.Pikes Peak551014,110USA-COSouthern Rocky Mountains2003-09-02 15
54.Miller Peak50069466USA-AZSouthwest Basins and Ranges2003-10-11
55.Pico Bolívar12,98216,342VenezuelaCordillera de Merida2004-01-28
56.Mount McKinley20,15620,320USA-AKAlaska Range2004-06-04
57.Sacajawea Peak63889838USA-ORColumbia Plateau2004-07-20
58.Pico Duarte10,16410,164Dom RepHispaniola2005-01-28 12
59.Abercrombie Mountain51687308USA-WAColumbia Mountains2005-07-05
60.Kebnekaise57316909SwedenScandinavian Mountains2005-08-05
61.Großglockner796612,461AustriaEastern Alps2005-08-10
62.Zugspitze57289718Germany/AustriaNorthern Alps2005-08-12
63.Puy de Sancy51776184FranceMassif Central2005-08-16
64.Mount Washington61486288USA-NHNorthern U.S. Appalachians2005-08-18
65.Aconcagua22,84122,841ArgentinaCentral Argentina-Chile Andes2006-01-28
66.Glacier Peak749810,520USA-WACascade Range2006-07-26
67.Mount Jefferson577710,497USA-ORCascade Range2006-07-30
68.Mount Stuart53549415USA-WACascade Range2006-08-03
69.She Devil52009400USA-IDColumbia Plateau2006-08-05 11
70.Mount Meru10,40014,977TanzaniaNortheast Tanzania2007-01-14
71.Hayford Peak53929912USA-NVGreat Basin Ranges2007-04-28
72.Sarektjåhkkå49846854SwedenScandinavian Mountains2007-05-28
73.Store Lenangstind51675331NorwayScandinavian Mountains2007-06-01
74.Snøhetta54957500NorwayScandinavian Mountains2007-06-09
75.Diamond Peak537712,197USA-IDIdaho-Bitterroot Rocky Mountains2007-08-22
76.North Schell Peak540311,883USA-NVGreat Basin Ranges2007-09-18
77.Pilot Peak572610,716USA-NVGreat Basin Ranges2007-09-19
78.McDonald Peak56409820USA-MTCentral Montana Rocky Mountains2008-07-12
79.Snowshoe Peak54188738USA-MTCentral Montana Rocky Mountains2008-07-14
80.Arc Dome521311,773USA-NVGreat Basin Ranges2008-08-01
 Mount Marcy49145344USA-NYCanadian Shield2008-09-23
81.Volcán Las Tres Vírgenes52826365Mexico-BCSBaja California2009-02-10
82.Sierra La Laguna High Point62336824Mexico-BCSBaja California2009-02-13 10
83.Wedge Mountain73789488Canada-BCCoast Mountains2009-06-14 10
84.Kootenay Mountain59098058Canada-BCColumbia Mountains2009-07-30 10
85.Mount Tod49977070Canada-BCBritish Columbia Interior2010-04-25
86.The Pinnacles54708442Canada-BCColumbia Mountains2010-08-22
87.Upper Saddle Mountain53977644Canada-BCColumbia Mountains2010-08-23
88.Silvertip Mountain60898517Canada-BCCascade Range2011-08-06
89.Volcán de Agua649912,339GuatemalaGuatemala Ranges2012-12-24
90.Cerro Chemal615912,589GuatemalaGuatemala Ranges2012-12-25
91.Montañas Peña Blanca609611,542GuatemalaChiapas Ranges2012-12-26
92.Volcán Tajumulco13,05813,845GuatemalaGuatemala Ranges2012-12-27
93.Volcán Atitlán575411,604GuatemalaGuatemala Ranges2012-12-29
94.Cerro El Pital50208957El Salvador/HondurasCentral Central America2012-12-30
95.Volcán Acatenango602013,041GuatemalaGuatemala Ranges2012-12-31
96.Mount Torbert866311,413USA-AKAlaska Range2013-05-26
97.Hvannadalshnúkur69236923IcelandNorwegian Sea Islands2013-06-22

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