World 600 m (1969 ft) Prominence Peaks
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Showing Michael Miller's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (54 out of 32000, or 0.17%)
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|Rank||Peak|| Prom-Ft || Elev-Ft ||Location||Range (Level 3)||Ascent Date|
|1.||Whiteface Mountain||3093||4865||USA-NY||Canadian Shield||1969|
|2.||Longs Peak||2940||14,255||USA-CO||Southern Rocky Mountains||1994-07-23|
|3.||Mount Elbert||9073||14,433||USA-CO||Southern Rocky Mountains||1994-08-12|
|4.||Grays Peak||2750||14,270||USA-CO||Southern Rocky Mountains||1994-08-25|
|5.||Mount Lincoln||3862||14,286||USA-CO||Southern Rocky Mountains||1994-08-27|
|6.||Mount Princeton||2157||14,197||USA-CO||Southern Rocky Mountains||1994-09-18|
|7.||Uncompahgre Peak||4277||14,309||USA-CO||Southern Rocky Mountains||1995-09-03|
|8.||Mount Evans||2744||14,264||USA-CO||Southern Rocky Mountains||1995-09-15|
|9.||Mount Rainier||13,210||14,411||USA-WA||Cascade Range||1996-08-06|
|10.||Pikes Peak||5510||14,110||USA-CO||Southern Rocky Mountains||1996-09-07|
|11.||Mount Harvard||2340||14,420||USA-CO||Southern Rocky Mountains||1997-06-29|
| ||Mount Massive||1941||14,421||USA-CO||Southern Rocky Mountains||1997-07-04|
|12.||Mount Antero||2503||14,269||USA-CO||Southern Rocky Mountains||1997-07-31|
|13.||Mount of the Holy Cross||2111||14,005||USA-CO||Southern Rocky Mountains||1997-08-10|
|14.||Mount Shuksan||4411||9131||USA-WA||Cascade Range||1997-08-17|
|15.||Bald Mountain||2099||13,684||USA-CO||Southern Rocky Mountains||1997-12-20|
|16.||Volcán Cotopaxi||7887||19,347||Ecuador||Ecuador Andes||1998-01-19|
|17.||Crested Butte||2562||12,162||USA-CO||Southern Rocky Mountains||1998-08-03|
|18.||Windom Peak||2167||14,087||USA-CO||Southern Rocky Mountains||1998-08-12|
|19.||Castle Peak||2345||14,265||USA-CO||Southern Rocky Mountains||1998-09-07|
|20.||Blanca Peak||5326||14,345||USA-CO||Southern Rocky Mountains||1998-09-19|
|21.||Pico de Orizaba||16,148||18,491||Mexico-Pue/Ver||Cordillera Neovolcanica||1999-01-12|
|22.||Culebra Peak||4807||14,047||USA-CO||Southern Rocky Mountains||1999-07-05|
|23.||Mount Saint Helens||4573||8333||USA-WA||Cascade Range||1999-07-25|
|24.||West Spanish Peak||3666||13,626||USA-CO||Southern Rocky Mountains||1999-08-29|
|25.||San Luis Peak||3113||14,014||USA-CO||Southern Rocky Mountains||1999-09-04|
|26.||Mount Sneffels||3030||14,150||USA-CO||Southern Rocky Mountains||1999-09-06|
|27.||Mount Adams||8116||12,276||USA-WA||Cascade Range||2000-07-24|
|28.||Mount Wilson||4024||14,246||USA-CO||Southern Rocky Mountains||2000-08-11|
|29.||Maroon Peak||2316||14,156||USA-CO||Southern Rocky Mountains||2000-08-21|
|30.||Crestone Peak||4534||14,294||USA-CO||Southern Rocky Mountains||2000-09-03|
|31.||Twin Sisters Peaks||2298||11,428||USA-CO||Southern Rocky Mountains||2000-09-27|
|34.||Mount Bachelor||2665||9065||USA-OR||Cascade Range||2002-05-08|
|35.||Mount Hood||7706||11,239||USA-OR||Cascade Range||2002-05-09|
|36.||Mount Washington||6148||6288||USA-NH||Northern U.S. Appalachians||2002-08-26|
|37.||Wheeler Peak||3409||13,161||USA-NM||Southern Rocky Mountains||2002-09-22|
|38.||Harney Peak||2922||7242||USA-SD||Great Plains||2002-12-23|
|39.||Gross Wannenhorn||2054||12,815||Switz||Northern Alps||2003-05-08|
|40.||Mount McKinley||20,156||20,320||USA-AK||Alaska Range||2003-06-12|
|41.||Kings Peak||6348||13,528||USA-UT||Western Rocky Mountains||2004-08-07|
|42.||Mount Whitney||10,075||14,495||USA-CA||Sierra Nevada||2004-08-29|
|43.||Mount Silverheels||2283||13,822||USA-CO||Southern Rocky Mountains||2005-07-30|
|45.||Spruce Knob||2781||4861||USA-WV||Appalachian Plateaus||2006-11-20|
|47.||Brasstown Bald||2108||4784||USA-GA||Blue Ridge Mountains||2009-09-27|
|48.||Clingmans Dome||4503||6643||USA-TN/NC||Blue Ridge Mountains||2009-09-28|
|49.||Mount Mitchell||6089||6684||USA-NC||Blue Ridge Mountains||2009-09-29|
|50.||Aconcagua||22,841||22,841||Argentina||Central Argentina-Chile Andes||2010-01-18|
|51.||Mount Rogers||2449||5729||USA-VA||Blue Ridge Mountains||2013-02-12|
|52.||Gannett Peak||7076||13,804||USA-WY||Greater Yellowstone Rockies||2013-07-06|
|53.||Magazine Mountain||2133||2753||USA-AR||Ozark Highlands||2014-05-25|
|54.||Granite Peak||4759||12,799||USA-MT||Greater Yellowstone Rockies||2014-07-04|
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