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World 600 m (1969 ft) Prominence Peaks

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Showing Steve Brown'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.Longs Peak294014,255USA-COSouthern Rocky MountainsUnknown
1.Mount Shasta976214,162USA-CACascade RangeUnknown
1.Pikes Peak551014,110USA-COSouthern Rocky MountainsUnknown
1.Lassen Peak522910,457USA-CACascade RangeUnknown
1.Naomi Peak31599979USA-UTWestern Rocky MountainsUnknown
1.Thurston Peak26909706USA-UTWestern Rocky MountainsUnknown
1.Hualapai Peak44398417USA-AZSouthwest Basins and RangesUnknown
1.Hawksbill21484050USA-VABlue Ridge MountainsUnknown
10.Grand Monadnock21303150USA-NHNorthern U.S. Appalachians1976
11.Mount Lafayette33205240USA-NHNorthern U.S. Appalachians1976-07-03
12.Mount Washington61486288USA-NHNorthern U.S. Appalachians1976-09-11
13.Mount Whitney10,07514,495USA-CASierra Nevada2003-07-10
14.Kings Peak634813,528USA-UTWestern Rocky Mountains2005-08-04
15.Spruce Knob27814861USA-WVAppalachian Plateaus2006-11-12
16.Mount Hood770611,239USA-ORCascade Range2007-05-17
17.Mount Rogers24495729USA-VABlue Ridge Mountains2007-06-16
18.Mount Marcy49145344USA-NYCanadian Shield2007-07-07
19.Borah Peak598212,662USA-IDIdaho-Bitterroot Rocky Mountains2007-07-15
20.Granite Peak475912,799USA-MTGreater Yellowstone Rockies2007-07-19
21.Mount Greylock24633487USA-MANorthern U.S. Appalachians2007-09-08
22.Mount Mansfield36334393USA-VTNorthern U.S. Appalachians2007-09-09
23.Katahdin42885268USA-MENorthern U.S. Appalachians2007-09-10
24.Mount Elbert907314,433USA-COSouthern Rocky Mountains2007-09-15
25.Wheeler Peak340913,161USA-NMSouthern Rocky Mountains2007-09-16
26.Guadalupe Peak30298749USA-TXSouthwest Basins and Ranges2007-10-20
27.Mount Rainier13,21014,411USA-WACascade Range2008-07-02
28.Gannett Peak707613,804USA-WYGreater Yellowstone Rockies2008-07-29
29.Humphreys Peak603912,633USA-AZColorado Plateau2008-09-13
30.Elliott Knob24234463USA-VAAppalachian Ridges2008-10-05
31.Mount Mitchell60896684USA-NCBlue Ridge Mountains2008-10-11
31.Clingmans Dome45036643USA-TN/NCBlue Ridge Mountains2008-10-11
33.Brasstown Bald21084784USA-GABlue Ridge Mountains2008-10-12
34.Rocky Mountain22724072USA-VABlue Ridge Mountains2008-11-08
35.Apple Orchard Mountain28254225USA-VABlue Ridge Mountains2009-01-03
36.Mount McKinley20,15620,320USA-AKAlaska Range2009-06-15
37.Bald Knob20414361USA-VAAppalachian Ridges2009-07-09
38.Harney Peak29227242USA-SDGreat Plains2009-10-24
39.Magazine Mountain21332753USA-AROzark Highlands2009-12-06
40.Balsam Beartown Mountain21304710USA-VAAppalachian Ridges2010-05-08
41.Mount Adams811612,276USA-WACascade Range2010-06-13
42.Grays Peak275014,270USA-COSouthern Rocky Mountains2010-09-18
43.Mount Evans274414,264USA-COSouthern Rocky Mountains2010-09-19
44.Organ Needle37008980USA-NMSouthwest Basins and Ranges2010-11-06
45.Mount Kearsarge20802920USA-NHNorthern U.S. Appalachians2010-11-21
46.Mount Princeton215714,197USA-COSouthern Rocky Mountains2011-07-03
47.Grayback Mountain22487048USA-ORNorthwest U.S. Coast Ranges2011-09-07
48.South Sister558810,358USA-ORCascade Range2011-09-09
49.Mauna Kea13,79613,796USA-HIHawaii2011-10-11
50.High Knob20434223USA-VAAppalachian Plateaus2012-06-05
51.Roan High Knob34856285USA-NC/TNBlue Ridge Mountains2012-06-06
52.Mount Baker881210,781USA-WACascade Range2012-07-18
53.Brandy Peak36185298USA-ORNorthwest U.S. Coast Ranges2012-07-26
54.Mount McLoughlin44559495USA-ORCascade Range2012-07-27
55.Seward Mountain20214331USA-NYCanadian Shield2013-01-12
56.Mount Eddy51059025USA-CANorthwest U.S. Coast Ranges2013-08-11
57.Mount Thielsen33429182USA-ORCascade Range2013-08-14
58.Mount San Antonio622410,064USA-CACentral and Southern California Ranges2014-06-10
59.Mount Pinos48008831USA-CACentral and Southern California Ranges2014-06-11
60.San Jacinto Peak831910,839USA-CACentral and Southern California Ranges2014-06-12
61.San Gorgonio Mountain829411,499USA-CACentral and Southern California Ranges2014-06-13
62.Telescope Peak616811,048USA-CAGreat Basin Ranges2014-06-15
63.Mount Lincoln386214,286USA-COSouthern Rocky Mountains2014-07-10
64.Mount Columbia774612,274Canada-AB/BCCanadian Rockies2014-07-27
65.Slide Mountain32804180USA-NYAppalachian Plateaus2014-09-26
66.Stratton Mountain24053940USA-VTNorthern U.S. Appalachians2014-09-28
67.Hunter Mountain21404040USA-NYAppalachian Plateaus2014-10-09

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