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USA 2000 ft Prominence Peaks

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Showing John Curran's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (30 out of 2129, or 1.41%)

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RankPeak Prom-Ft  Elev-Ft StateRange (Level 4)Ascent Date
1.Black Mountain22802640New YorkAdirondack Mountains1985-07-04
2.Snowy Mountain22253898New YorkAdirondack Mountains1986-07-05
3.Killington Peak33154235VermontGreen Mountains1988-09-19
4.Mount Moosilauke29324802New HampshireWhite Mountains1988-09-23
5.Mount Washington61486288New HampshireWhite Mountains1988-09-26
6.Doubletop Mountain20693489MaineLongfellow Mountains1989-09-28
7.Grand Monadnock21303150New HampshireNew England Upland1991-09-18
8.Mount Lafayette33205240New HampshireWhite Mountains1991-09-21
9.Katahdin42885268MaineLongfellow Mountains1999-06-27
10.Mount Greylock24633487MassachusettsTaconic Range2005-07-31
11.Carter Dome28214832New HampshireWhite Mountains2005-08-04 b
12.Mount Osceola20004320New HampshireWhite Mountains2005-09-26
13.Kinsman Mountain23984358New HampshireWhite Mountains2006-07-20 b
14.Mount Carrigain22234680New HampshireWhite Mountains2006-08-05
15.Mount Cabot26614160New HampshireWhite Mountains2006-08-24 b
16.Mount Mansfield36334393VermontGreen Mountains2007-07-24
17.Mount Ellen21324083VermontGreen Mountains2007-07-26 a
18.Old Speck27004160MaineWhite Mountains2007-07-31
19.Bigelow Mountain28454145MaineLongfellow Mountains2007-08-17 c
20.Sugarloaf Mountain31684240MaineLongfellow Mountains2007-08-19 b
21.Saddleback Mountain24464120MaineLongfellow Mountains2007-08-21 a
22.Slide Mountain32804180New YorkCatskill Mountains2009-04-03
23.Hunter Mountain21404040New YorkCatskill Mountains2009-04-17
24.Giant Mountain29534626New YorkAdirondack Mountains2009-08-20 a
25.Whiteface Mountain30934865New YorkAdirondack Mountains2009-08-24 b
26.Algonquin Peak20975115New YorkAdirondack Mountains2009-08-27 a
27.Mount Marcy49145344New YorkAdirondack Mountains2009-09-02 b
28.Dix Mountain27894823New YorkAdirondack Mountains2010-08-11
29.Seward Mountain20214331New YorkAdirondack Mountains2010-08-27
30.Santanoni Peak24084606New YorkAdirondack Mountains2010-09-06

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