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World 600 m (1969 ft) Prominence Peaks

Note: Large lists (over 500 peaks) like this one only show peaks a climber has ascended.

Showing David Edgar's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (66 out of 32000, or 0.21%)

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RankPeak Prom-M  Elev-M LocationRange (Level 3)Ascent Date
1.Pen y Fan668886UK-WalesGreat Britain1992-02-29
2.Snowdon10381085UK-WalesGreat Britain1993-10-30
3.Ben Lomond820974UK-ScotlandGreat Britain1994-10-26
4.Helvellyn712950UK-EnglandGreat Britain1996-10-05
5.Glyder Fawr6411000UK-WalesGreat Britain1997-03-01
6.Carnedd Llewelyn7501064UK-WalesGreat Britain1997-03-09
7.Scafell Pike912978UK-EnglandGreat Britain1997-04-20
8.Cadair Idris-Penygadair608893UK-WalesGreat Britain1997-05-18
9.Skiddaw709931UK-EnglandGreat Britain1997-12-14
10.Schiehallion7161083UK-ScotlandGreat Britain1998-08-04
11.Beinn A’ Ghlo6571121UK-ScotlandGreat Britain1998-08-05
12.Ben Lawers9151214UK-ScotlandGreat Britain1998-08-06
13.Goat Fell874874UK-ScotlandGreat Britain1999-05-30
14.Waun Fach622811UK-WalesGreat Britain1999-08-26
15.Cross Fell651893UK-EnglandGreat Britain1999-10-24
16.Ben Nevis13441344UK-ScotlandGreat Britain2000-04-08
17.Sgurr Thuilm614963UK-ScotlandGreat Britain2000-04-11
18.Rondeslottet12292178NorwayScandinavian Mountains2000-07-20
19.Snøhetta16752286NorwayScandinavian Mountains2000-07-24
20.Pic de Bacanère9002193France/SpainPyrenees2002-09-11
21.Corno Grande24762912ItalyAppenines2003-06-01
22.Mount Washington18741917USA-NHNorthern U.S. Appalachians2003-06-24
23.Zugspitze17462962Germany/AustriaNorthern Alps2003-07-22
24.Chno Dearg6441046UK-ScotlandGreat Britain2004-04-05
25.Pic d'estats12803142France/SpainPyrenees2004-07-25
26.Pic des Trois Seigneurs6822199FrancePyrenees2004-07-26
27.Turó de l'Home11241706SpainPyrenees2004-11-09
28.Baurtregaum642851IrelandIreland2005-11-06
29.Carrauntoohil10391039IrelandIreland2005-11-09
30.Monte Fossa962962ItalySicily2006-02-09
31.Mulhacén32893479SpainAndalucian Ranges2006-09-27
32.Punta la Marmora18341834ItalyTyrrhennian Islands2008-03-13
33.Triglav20522864SloveniaEastern Alps2008-08-26
34.Krn6052244SloveniaEastern Alps2008-08-31
35.Puy de Sancy15781885FranceMassif Central2008-11-12
36.Plomb du Cantal7741855FranceMassif Central2008-11-14
37.Brienzer Rothorn13432351SwitzNorthern Alps2009-07-20
38.Säntis20202502SwitzNorthern Alps2009-07-30
39.Musala24732925BulgariaMacedonia-Thrace2009-09-28
40.Vihren Vrh17842915BulgariaMacedonia-Thrace2009-10-01
41.Botev15672376BulgariaBalkan Mountains2009-10-04
42.Kerkini15952031Bulgaria/GreeceMacedonia-Thrace2009-10-07
43.Cherni Vrah12592290BulgariaMacedonia-Thrace2009-10-09
44.Crêt de la Neige12671720FranceNorth France-West Rhine Area2010-07-26
45.Peña Prieta9432539SpainCordillera Cantabrica2011-09-07
46.Thabana Ntlenyana23903482LesothoDrakensberg2011-12-24
47.Table Mountain10551085South AfricaCape Ranges2012-01-03
48.Puigmal13312910France/SpainPyrenees2012-10-28
49.Ben Hee607873UK-ScotlandGreat Britain2013-07-14
50.Ben Dearg8051084UK-ScotlandGreat Britain2013-07-22
51.Sgurr Mór9131108UK-ScotlandGreat Britain2013-07-23
52.Fionn Bheinn658933UK-ScotlandGreat Britain2013-07-25
53.Ben Attow6471032UK-ScotlandGreat Britain2013-07-31
54.Sgurr a'Mhaoraich7081027UK-ScotlandGreat Britain2013-08-04
55.Sgurr na Ciche8391040UK-ScotlandGreat Britain2013-08-05
56.Sron a'Choire Ghairbh622937UK-ScotlandGreat Britain2013-08-08
57.Volcán Lonquimay15242865ChileCentral Argentina-Chile Andes2014-02-27
58.Mount Ngauruhoe9672287New ZealandNew Zealand North Island2014-03-27
59.Mount Kosciuszko22282228Australia-NSWSouth N.S.W. Great Dividing Range2014-04-29
60.Barn Bluff6221559Australia-TASTasmania2014-05-07
61.Mount Ossa16141614Australia-TASTasmania2014-05-09
62.Kinabalu40954095MalaysiaBorneo2014-05-25
63.Monte Incudine8452134FranceTyrrhennian Islands2014-09-24
64.Monte d'Oro9622389FranceTyrrhennian Islands2014-09-28
65.Monte Rotondo11442622FranceTyrrhennian Islands2014-09-30
66.Monte Cinto27062706FranceTyrrhennian Islands2014-10-04

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