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World 600 m (1969 ft) Prominence Peaks

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Showing Andy Hart's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (19 out of 32000, or 0.06%)

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RankPeak Prom-Ft  Elev-Ft LocationRange (Level 3)Ascent Date
1.Mount Greylock24633487USA-MANorthern U.S. Appalachians1999-07-11
2.Spruce Knob27814861USA-WVAppalachian Plateaus2000-12-26
3.Mount Rogers24495729USA-VABlue Ridge Mountains2002-05-22
4.Mount Mitchell60896684USA-NCBlue Ridge Mountains2002-05-23
4.Clingmans Dome45036643USA-TN/NCBlue Ridge Mountains2002-05-23
6.Bloody Run Peak30137907USA-NVGreat Basin Ranges2004
7.Desatoya Peak35459973USA-NVGreat Basin Ranges2005
7.Mount Davidson27047864USA-NVGreat Basin Ranges2005
9.Blue Mountain27597352USA-NVGreat Basin Ranges2005-02-26
10.Granite Peak43979732USA-NVGreat Basin Ranges2005-06-25
11.Star Peak54009836USA-NVGreat Basin Ranges2005-07-30
12.Ben Lomond38325735New ZealandSouthern Alps2008-05-26
13.Fan Si Pan528810,308VietnamRed-Mekong Area2008-08-01
14.King Lear Peak28838923USA-NVGreat Basin Ranges2009-03-15
15.Mount Rose363010,776USA-NVSierra Nevada2010-10-09
 Winnemucca Mountain19196742USA-NVGreat Basin Ranges2011-12-26
16.Adam Peak35588678USA-NVGreat Basin Ranges2012-02-11
17.Spirit Mountain28795639USA-NVGreat Basin Ranges2013-02-17
18.Mount Whitney10,07514,495USA-CASierra Nevada2014-10-13
19.Sonoma Peak38969396USA-NVGreat Basin Ranges2015-06-20

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