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USA 2000 ft Prominence Peaks

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Showing Fred Beavon's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (65 out of 2129, or 3.05%)

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RankPeak Prom-Ft  Elev-Ft StateRange (Level 4)Ascent Date
1.Pikes Peak551014,110ColoradoFront Range1975
1.Mount Constitution24072407WashingtonInside Passage Islands1975
3.Silver Peak21255605WashingtonSouth Washington Cascades1976-01-02
4.Mount Pilchuck28605340WashingtonNorth Cascades1976-04-10
5.Baring Mountain24456125WashingtonNorth Cascades1976-07-04
6.Lennox Mountain20545894WashingtonSouth Washington Cascades1976-07-17
7.Mount Shuksan44119131WashingtonNorth Cascades1976-07-25
8.Del Campo Peak22106610WashingtonNorth Cascades1976-08-28 a
9.Mount Pugh28017201WashingtonNorth Cascades1976-09-19
10.Mount Forgotten27256005WashingtonNorth Cascades1976-11-06
11.Red Mountain25605880WashingtonSouth Washington Cascades1981-05-10 b
12.Mount Index29915991WashingtonSouth Washington Cascades1981-09-06 b
13.Gunn Peak36516240WashingtonNorth Cascades1985-08-17
14.Mount David24207420WashingtonNorth Cascades1985-08-25 a
15.Ruby Mountain38887408WashingtonNorth Cascades1985-09-24
16.Whitehorse Mountain21606840WashingtonNorth Cascades1986-08-26
17.Mount Stuart53549415WashingtonSouth Washington Cascades1987-06-18
18.Mount Aix32967766WashingtonSouth Washington Cascades1988-06-13
19.Jim Hill Mountain20856765WashingtonSouth Washington Cascades1988-06-20
20.Mount Adams811612,276WashingtonSouth Washington Cascades1988-07-18
21.White Chuck Mountain37896989WashingtonNorth Cascades1988-07-25
22.Liberty Mountain21205680WashingtonNorth Cascades1988-08-21
23.Three Fingers44906850WashingtonNorth Cascades1988-08-31
24.Rattlesnake Mountain25203480WashingtonSouth Washington Cascades1989-05-29 b
25.Mount Howard29037063WashingtonNorth Cascades1989-07-20 b
26.Sloan Peak38757835WashingtonNorth Cascades1989-09-21
27.Mount Walker20442804WashingtonOlympic Mountains1990-05-03 b
28.Glacier Peak749810,520WashingtonNorth Cascades1990-08-09
29.Dirtyface Peak33206240WashingtonNorth Cascades1991-06-19 b
30.Black Peak34508970WashingtonNorth Cascades1991-09-26
31.Mount Daniel34807960WashingtonSouth Washington Cascades1991-10-09
32.Mount Wow21206040WashingtonSouth Washington Cascades1992-04-01
33.High Rock31255685WashingtonSouth Washington Cascades1992-06-30
34.Tomyhoi Peak20357435WashingtonNorth Cascades1992-07-29 a
35.Dock Butte23095239WashingtonNorth Cascades1993-08-30 a
36.Unicorn Peak20916971WashingtonSouth Washington Cascades1994-09-28 a
37.Mount Washington26156255WashingtonOlympic Mountains1995-05-24
38.Mount Baker881210,781WashingtonNorth Cascades1995-05-31
39.Amabilis Mountain20804560WashingtonSouth Washington Cascades1996-03-13
40.Natapoc Mountain21244204WashingtonNorth Cascades1996-03-28
41.Crystal Mountain23046998WashingtonSouth Washington Cascades1996-06-05 f
42.Mount Rainier13,21014,411WashingtonSouth Washington Cascades1998-08-12
43.The Cradle21077467WashingtonSouth Washington Cascades1998-09-30 b
44.Anderson Mountain30043364WashingtonNorth Cascades1998-12-30 b
45.Tumwater Mountain23204480WashingtonNorth Cascades1999-06-16
46.Helen Buttes20405560WashingtonNorth Cascades1999-10-20 b
47.Mount Muller25983748WashingtonOlympic Mountains2000-05-25 d
48.Mission Peak27966876WashingtonSouth Washington Cascades2001-03-07
49.McDonald Mountain21703570WashingtonSouth Washington Cascades2001-03-21 b
50.Gilbert Peak36648184WashingtonSouth Washington Cascades2001-07-25
51.Big Craggy Peak30708470WashingtonNorth Cascades2001-08-16 a
52.Big Chiwaukum36818081WashingtonSouth Washington Cascades2001-09-12
53.Sumas Mountain28703430WashingtonNorth Cascades2001-09-27 a
54.Mount Stone21326612WashingtonOlympic Mountains2002-07-02
55.The Brothers26826842WashingtonOlympic Mountains2002-07-10
56.Round Mountain47805320WashingtonNorth Cascades2002-07-24 a
57.Tiffany Mountain27668245WashingtonNorth Cascades2003-09-24
58.Lookout Mountain21972677WashingtonNorth Cascades2005-03-10
59.Haner Mountain27393087WashingtonNorth Cascades2005-03-23 a
60.Lyman Hill34004280WashingtonNorth Cascades2005-05-11 b
61.Eldorado Peak21888868WashingtonNorth Cascades2007-07-03
62.Silver Star Mountain24368876WashingtonNorth Cascades2007-07-11
63.Snowfield Peak29078347WashingtonNorth Cascades2007-08-29
64.Ten-Four Mountain27444384WashingtonSouth Washington Cascades2011-07-04 a
65.South Twin35207000WashingtonNorth Cascades2013-08-08

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