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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 Andrew Tibbetts's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (67 out of 1497, or 4.48%)

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RankPeak Prom-M  Elev-M LocationRange (Level 3)Ascent Date
1.Mulhacén32893479SpainAndalucian Ranges2007-11-06
2.Grigna Settentrionale16872410ItalySouthern Alps2008-08-24
3.Cima Presanella16763558ItalySouthern Alps2008-08-26
4.Marmolada21303342ItalyEastern Alps2008-08-27
5.Col Nudo16452472ItalyEastern Alps2008-08-28
6.Cima Dódici18742336ItalyEastern Alps2008-08-29
7.Ortles19533905ItalySouthern Alps2008-08-30
8.Piz Kesch15043418SwitzSouthern Alps2008-08-31
9.Cima Valdritta19502218ItalySouthern Alps2008-09-01
10.Monte Bondone16852180ItalySouthern Alps2008-09-02
11.Birkkarspitze15672749AustriaNorthern Alps2008-09-03
12.Zugspitze17462962Germany/AustriaNorthern Alps2008-09-04
13.Säntis20202502SwitzNorthern Alps2008-09-05
14.La Tournette15142351FranceWestern Alps2009-08-16
15.Pointe d'Arcalod17192217FranceWestern Alps2009-08-18
16.Pointe Percée16402750FranceWestern Alps2009-08-20
17.Puy de Sancy15781885FranceMassif Central2009-11-21
18.Zirbitzkogel15022396AustriaEastern Alps2010-05-30
19.Dents du Midi17963257SwitzWestern Alps2010-06-20
20.Gran Paradiso18794061ItalyWestern Alps2010-06-22
21.Monte Rosa21654634SwitzSouthern Alps2010-06-24
22.Mont Blanc46974810France/ItalyWestern Alps2010-06-26
23.Triglav20522864SloveniaEastern Alps2010-07-31
24.Grintovec17062558SloveniaEastern Alps2010-08-01
25.Hochkönig21812941AustriaNorthern Alps2010-09-26
26.Corno Grande24762912ItalyAppenines2010-10-09
27.Monte Amaro18102793ItalyAppenines2010-10-10
28.Óros Dírfis17431743GreeceGreek Islands2011-04-18
29.Óros Parnassos15882455GreeceGreek-Albanian Ranges2011-04-19
30.Oros Giona17022510GreeceGreek-Albanian Ranges2011-04-20
31.Psili Korifi15141589GreeceGreek-Albanian Ranges2011-04-21
32.Óros Aínos16281628GreeceGreek Islands2011-04-22
33.Óros Killini18682374GreeceGreek Islands2011-04-23
34.Óros Taigetos23452405GreeceGreek Islands2011-04-24
35.Hasan Dagi19223268TurkeyCentral Anatolia2011-07-18
36.Kizilkaya23473767TurkeyTaurus Mountains2011-07-19
37.Medetsiz Tepe20583524TurkeyTaurus Mountains2011-07-20
38.Kesis Dagi15593546TurkeyPontic Mountains2011-07-24
39.Suphan Dagi21894058TurkeySoutheast Anatolia2011-07-26
40.Mount Ararat36115137TurkeySoutheast Anatolia2011-07-29
41.Piz Bernina22344049SwitzSouthern Alps2011-08-28
42.Großglockner24283798AustriaEastern Alps2011-08-31
43.Wildspitze22613768AustriaEastern Alps2011-09-01
44.Jebel Igdet16133619MoroccoHigh Atlas2011-09-04
45.Jebel Toubkal37554167MoroccoHigh Atlas2011-09-05
46.Irhil M'Goun19044071MoroccoHigh Atlas2011-09-07
47.Adrar Bou Nasser16423340MoroccoNorthwestern Atlas2011-09-09
48.Spathi17982148GreeceGreek Islands2012-03-31
49.Pachnes20382453GreeceGreek Islands2012-04-02
50.Mount Ida24562456GreeceGreek Islands2012-04-05
51.Hoher Dachstein21362995AustriaEastern Alps2012-07-27
52.Fuji-san37763776JapanHonshu2012-09-17
53.Asahi-dake22912291JapanHokkaido2012-09-19
54.Yotei-zan18781898JapanHokkaido2012-09-20
55.Iwate-san17432038JapanHonshu2012-09-22
56.Kisokomaga-take17462956JapanHonshu2012-09-24
57.Ontake-san17073067JapanHonshu2012-09-25
58.Yatsuga-take19142899JapanHonshu2012-09-26
59.Kita-dake22373192JapanHonshu2012-09-28
60.Ágion Óros20122030GreeceMacedonia-Thrace2014-09-14
61.Pangaion17731956GreeceMacedonia-Thrace2014-09-15
62.Óros Fengari16111611GreeceGreek Islands2014-09-16
63.Kerkini15952031Bulgaria/GreeceMacedonia-Thrace2014-09-17
64.Smólikas Óros17362637GreeceGreek-Albanian Ranges2014-09-18
64.Óros Voras17582528Greece/MacedoniaGreek-Albanian Ranges2014-09-18
66.Olympus23532917GreeceGreek-Albanian Ranges2014-09-19
67.Óros Óssa18541978GreeceGreek-Albanian Ranges2014-09-20

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