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USA 2000 ft Prominence Peaks

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Showing Alexa De Las Torres's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (61 out of 2129, or 2.87%)

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RankPeak Prom-Ft  Elev-Ft StateRange (Level 4)Ascent Date
1.Sandstone Peak22013111CaliforniaTransverse Ranges2007-01-27
2.Mount San Antonio622410,064CaliforniaTransverse Ranges2008
2.Mount Wrightson45789453ArizonaSoutheast Arizona Ranges2008
2.Mount Lemmon51579157ArizonaSoutheast Arizona Ranges2008
5.Mount Baden-Powell27999399CaliforniaTransverse Ranges2008-07-14
6.San Jacinto Peak831910,839CaliforniaPeninsular Southern California Ranges2008-08-27
7.Kendrick Peak247810,418ArizonaCentral Arizona Highlands2008-09-08
8.Quail Mountain22935813CaliforniaPeninsular Southern California Ranges2008-09-20
9.Mount Pinos48008831CaliforniaTransverse Ranges2008-09-27
10.San Gorgonio Mountain829411,499CaliforniaTransverse Ranges2008-10-19
11.Santa Ynez Peak20584298CaliforniaTransverse Ranges2008-11-08
12.Mount Tamalpais24512571CaliforniaNorthern California Coast Range2008-11-23
13.Frazier Mountain24408000CaliforniaTransverse Ranges2008-11-28
13.Burnt Peak24485788CaliforniaTransverse Ranges2008-11-28
15.Double Mountain38217981CaliforniaSouthern Sierra Nevada2008-12-05
16.Eagle Mountain22305350CaliforniaPeninsular Southern California Ranges2008-12-13
17.Mount Mitchell60896684North CarolinaCentral Blue Ridge Ranges2009-02-14
18.Mount Elbert907314,433ColoradoSawatch Range2009-06-10
19.Reyes Peak20747514CaliforniaTransverse Ranges2009-08-02
20.Palomar Mountain28566140CaliforniaPeninsular Southern California Ranges2009-08-11
21.Santiago Peak43875687CaliforniaPeninsular Southern California Ranges2009-09-05
22.Grays Peak275014,270ColoradoFront Range2009-09-11
23.Clingmans Dome45036643Tennessee/North CarolinaGreat Smoky Mountains2009-10-03
24.Telescope Peak616811,048CaliforniaWest Great Basin Ranges2009-10-17
25.Mount Diablo31093849CaliforniaCentral California Coast Ranges2010-01-02
26.Orocopia Mountains High Point20953815CaliforniaPeninsular Southern California Ranges2010-01-31
27.Lassen Peak522910,457CaliforniaCalifornia Cascades2010-02-14
28.Whale Peak27005349CaliforniaPeninsular Southern California Ranges2010-03-20
29.Ord Mountain32496309CaliforniaMojave Desert Ranges2010-04-24
30.Junipero Serra Peak44475862CaliforniaCentral California Coast Ranges2010-05-09
31.Charleston Peak824111,916NevadaSouth Great Basin Ranges2010-06-05
32.Mount Whitney10,07514,495CaliforniaSequoia Sierra Nevada2010-08-10
33.Mount Walker20442804WashingtonOlympic Mountains2010-09-09
34.Cuyamaca Peak28556512CaliforniaPeninsular Southern California Ranges2010-11-26
35.Rodman Mountains High Point20106010CaliforniaMojave Desert Ranges2011-01-16
36.Loma Prieta34263786CaliforniaCentral California Coast Ranges2011-01-28
37.Copernicus Peak30804360CaliforniaCentral California Coast Ranges2011-01-30
38.Avawatz Peak32956155CaliforniaMojave Desert Ranges2011-02-13
39.Hines Peak31966716CaliforniaTransverse Ranges2011-05-14
40.Madson Mountain37695269AlaskaKenai Mountains2011-08-06
41.Mount Adams811612,276WashingtonSouth Washington Cascades2011-08-29
42.Mount Rainier13,21014,411WashingtonSouth Washington Cascades2011-09-01
43.Olancha Peak308312,123CaliforniaSouthern Sierra Nevada2011-10-02
44.North Schell Peak540311,883NevadaEast Central Great Basin Ranges2011-10-22
45.Wheeler Peak756313,063NevadaEast Central Great Basin Ranges2011-10-23
46.Granite Mountain27926762CaliforniaMojave Desert Ranges2012-01-28
47.Providence Benchmark21496611CaliforniaMojave Desert Ranges2012-01-29
48.Scodie Mountain20487294CaliforniaSouthern Sierra Nevada2012-05-26
49.Owens Peak21738453CaliforniaSouthern Sierra Nevada2012-05-27
50.Mount Orizaba21252125CaliforniaPeninsular Southern California Ranges2012-07-22
51.Mica Mountain46088664ArizonaSoutheast Arizona Ranges2012-11-23
52.Miller Peak50069466ArizonaSoutheast Arizona Ranges2012-11-24
53.Mount Tipton36287148ArizonaNorthwest Arizona Ranges2013-01-21
54.Mount Hoffmann229010,850CaliforniaYosemite-Ritter Sierra Nevada2013-07-27
55.Alamo Mountain24877367CaliforniaTransverse Ranges2013-08-24
56.Hayford Peak53929912NevadaSouth Great Basin Ranges2014-01-19
57.Waucoba Mountain392311,123CaliforniaWest Great Basin Ranges2014-08-30
58.White Mountain Peak719614,246CaliforniaWest Great Basin Ranges2014-08-31
59.Hualapai Peak44398417ArizonaNorthwest Arizona Ranges2014-11-27
60.Humphreys Peak603912,633ArizonaCentral Arizona Highlands2014-11-28
61.Kaibab Plateau High Point35809200ArizonaGrand Canyon Plateaus2014-11-29

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