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World 600 m (1969 ft) Prominence Peaks

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Showing Gary Honey's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (24 out of 32000, or 0.08%)

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RankPeak Prom-M  Elev-M LocationRange (Level 3)Ascent Date
1.Pen y Fan668886UK-WalesGreat Britain2000-03-22
2.Beinn Ime7121011UK-ScotlandGreat Britain2000-07-19
3.The Storr671719UK-ScotlandGreat Britain2002-04-02
4.Waun Fach622811UK-WalesGreat Britain2002-04-27
5.Cadair Idris-Penygadair608893UK-WalesGreat Britain2002-05-25
6.Helvellyn712950UK-EnglandGreat Britain2002-06-28
7.Aran Fawddwy670905UK-WalesGreat Britain2002-08-31
8.Scafell Pike912978UK-EnglandGreat Britain2002-09-14
9.Snowdon10381085UK-WalesGreat Britain2003-05-17
10.Merrick705843UK-ScotlandGreat Britain2003-07-03
11.Moel Siabod600872UK-WalesGreat Britain2003-08-24
12.Glyder Fawr6411000UK-WalesGreat Britain2004-05-02
13.Ben Lomond820974UK-ScotlandGreat Britain2004-07-23
14.Ben Nevis13441344UK-ScotlandGreat Britain2004-07-28
15.Clisham799799UK-ScotlandGreat Britain2004-08-01
16.Beinn Mhor620620UK-ScotlandGreat Britain2004-08-08
17.Ben Macdui9501309UK-ScotlandGreat Britain2005-06-16
18.Jebel Toubkal37554167MoroccoHigh Atlas2005-07-08
19.Sgurr na Coinnich714739UK-ScotlandGreat Britain2006-06-22
20.Skiddaw709931UK-EnglandGreat Britain2006-06-30
21.Goat Fell874874UK-ScotlandGreat Britain2007-06-27
22.Broad Law653840UK-ScotlandGreat Britain2008-12-31
23.Slieve Donard825853UK-N IrelandIreland2009-06-21
24.Beinn Alligin-Sgurr Mhor601986UK-ScotlandGreat Britain2009-07-17

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