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USA 2000 ft Prominence Peaks

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Showing Lee Albert's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (30 out of 2270, or 1.32%)

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StateRange (Level 4)Ascent Date
1.Mount Moosilauke8941464New HampshireWhite Mountains1980-08-04
2.Grand Monadnock661966New HampshireNew England Upland2001-10-07
3.Stratton Mountain7391201VermontGreen Mountains2002-06-15
4.Mount Washington18801917New HampshireWhite Mountains2002-07-06
5.Mount Ellen6491244VermontGreen Mountains2002-07-20
6.Killington Peak10171291VermontGreen Mountains2003-05-25
7.Mount Lafayette10361609New HampshireWhite Mountains2003-07-05
8.Carter Dome8601473New HampshireWhite Mountains2003-09-28
9.Mount Osceola6341329New HampshireWhite Mountains2003-10-18
10.Mount Carrigain6891438New HampshireWhite Mountains2004-07-03
11.Kinsman Mountain7431328New HampshireWhite Mountains2004-08-21
12.Mount Cabot8171274New HampshireWhite Mountains2005-08-20
13.Old Speck8351274MaineWhite Mountains2007-11-10
14.Dorset Mountain8711152VermontTaconic Range2008-06-22
15.Baldpate Mountain6851158MaineLongfellow Mountains2008-07-12
16.Mount Mansfield11131339VermontGreen Mountains2009-08-29
16.Jay Peak9061176VermontGreen Mountains2009-08-29
18.Katahdin13101606MaineLongfellow Mountains2009-09-17
19.Saddleback Mountain7461256MaineLongfellow Mountains2009-10-17
20.Mount Greylock7571063MassachusettsTaconic Range2010-05-23
21.Bigelow Mountain8731263MaineLongfellow Mountains2010-08-01
22.Sugarloaf Mountain9711298MaineLongfellow Mountains2010-08-02
23.Snow Mountain7131207MaineLongfellow Mountains2010-08-04
24.Elephant Mountain6321150MaineLongfellow Mountains2010-09-12
25.Equinox Mountain9381176VermontTaconic Range2011-12-29
26.Mount Marcy15011629New YorkAdirondack Mountains2012-07-28
27.Algonquin Peak6491559New YorkAdirondack Mountains2013-06-22
28.Whiteface Mountain9531483New YorkAdirondack Mountains2014-06-28
29.Giant Mountain9101410New YorkAdirondack Mountains2014-06-29
30.Mount Ascutney704960VermontNew England Upland2014-10-05

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