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World 600 m (1969 ft) Prominence Peaks

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Showing Courtney Purcell's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (67 out of 32000, or 0.21%)

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RankPeak Prom-Ft  Elev-Ft LocationRange (Level 3)Ascent Date
1.Clingmans Dome45036643USA-TN/NCBlue Ridge Mountains1984
2.Mount Washburn232310,243USA-WYGreater Yellowstone Rockies2001
2.Desolation Peak32496102USA-WACascade Range2001
4.White Mountain Peak719614,246USA-CAGreat Basin Ranges2003
4.Wheeler Peak756313,063USA-NVGreat Basin Ranges2003
4.Charleston Peak824111,916USA-NVGreat Basin Ranges2003
4.Brian Head374711,307USA-UTColorado Plateau2003
4.Kendrick Peak247810,418USA-AZColorado Plateau2003
4.Signal Peak448510,365USA-UTGreat Basin Ranges2003
4.Potosi Mountain30128514USA-NVGreat Basin Ranges2003
4.Hualapai Peak44398417USA-AZSouthwest Basins and Ranges2003
4.New York Mountains High Point33347533USA-CAGreat Basin Ranges2003
4.Muddy Benchmark29135433USA-NVGreat Basin Ranges2003
4.Frenchman Mountain19724052USA-NVGreat Basin Ranges2003
4.Mount Diablo31093849USA-CACentral and Southern California Ranges2003
4.Mount Tamalpais24512571USA-CANorthwest U.S. Coast Ranges2003
17.Mount Whitney10,07514,495USA-CASierra Nevada2004
17.Mount Rainier13,21014,411USA-WACascade Range2004
17.Mount Humphreys256313,986USA-CASierra Nevada2004
17.Humphreys Peak603912,633USA-AZColorado Plateau2004
17.Delano Peak468912,169USA-UTColorado Plateau2004
17.Telescope Peak616811,048USA-CAGreat Basin Ranges2004
17.Mount Baker881210,781USA-WACascade Range2004
17.Hayford Peak53929912USA-NVGreat Basin Ranges2004
17.Virgin Peak31838071USA-NVGreat Basin Ranges2004
17.Clark Mountain42327907USA-CAGreat Basin Ranges2004
17.Spirit Mountain28795639USA-NVGreat Basin Ranges2004
28.Pico de Orizaba16,14818,491Mexico-Pue/VerCordillera Neovolcanica2005
28.Volcán Pichincha538815,696EcuadorEcuador Andes2005
28.Nevado de Toluca725015,354Mexico-MexCordillera Neovolcanica2005
28.Volcán La Malinche623314,501Mexico-Pue/TlaxCordillera Neovolcanica2005
28.Mount Evans274414,264USA-COSouthern Rocky Mountains2005
28.Mount Shasta976214,162USA-CACascade Range2005
28.Mount Sneffels303014,150USA-COSouthern Rocky Mountains2005
28.Pikes Peak551014,110USA-COSouthern Rocky Mountains2005
28.Edgar Peak22087162USA-CAGreat Basin Ranges2005
28.Mount Tipton36287148USA-AZSouthwest Basins and Ranges2005
28.Nopah Range High Point35726394USA-CAGreat Basin Ranges2005
28.Bare Mountain21976317USA-NVGreat Basin Ranges2005
28.Jumbo Peak33005761USA-NVGreat Basin Ranges2005
28.Turtle Mountains High Point26584298USA-CAGreat Basin Ranges2005
42.Grays Peak275014,270USA-COSouthern Rocky Mountains2006
42.North Palisade289414,242USA-CASierra Nevada2006
42.Maroon Peak231614,156USA-COSouthern Rocky Mountains2006
42.Grand Teton653013,770USA-WYGreater Yellowstone Rockies2006
42.San Jacinto Peak831910,839USA-CACentral and Southern California Ranges2006
42.Kingston Peak37277336USA-CAGreat Basin Ranges2006
42.Pyramid Peak37036703USA-CAGreat Basin Ranges2006
49.Volcán Iztaccíhuatl505317,126Mexico-Pue/MexCordillera Neovolcanica2007
49.Castle Peak234514,265USA-COSouthern Rocky Mountains2007
49.Mount Moriah490712,067USA-NVGreat Basin Ranges2007
49.Mount Temple498711,614Canada-ABCanadian Rockies2007
49.Mount Athabasca213511,453Canada-ABCanadian Rockies2007
49.Troy Peak479011,298USA-NVGreat Basin Ranges2007
49.Glass Mountain318011,160USA-CAGreat Basin Ranges2007
49.Mount San Antonio622410,064USA-CACentral and Southern California Ranges2007
49.Jack Mountain42119066USA-WACascade Range2007
58.Mount Elbert907314,433USA-COSouthern Rocky Mountains2008
58.Mount Lincoln386214,286USA-COSouthern Rocky Mountains2008
58.Mount Antero250314,269USA-COSouthern Rocky Mountains2008
58.Mount Princeton215714,197USA-COSouthern Rocky Mountains2008
58.Mount Conness263012,590USA-CASierra Nevada2008
58.Mount Hood770611,239USA-ORCascade Range2008
58.Lassen Peak522910,457USA-CACascade Range2008
58.Mount Baden-Powell27999399USA-CACentral and Southern California Ranges2008
58.Mount Wilson32055445USA-AZSouthwest Basins and Ranges2008
58.Stewart Point23795266USA-CAGreat Basin Ranges2008

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