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USA 2000 ft Prominence Peaks

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Showing Jon Mann's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (19 out of 2129, or 0.89%)

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RankPeak Prom-Ft  Elev-Ft StateRange (Level 4)Ascent Date
1.Humphreys Peak603912,633ArizonaCentral Arizona HighlandsUnknown
1.Mount Pinos48008831CaliforniaTransverse RangesUnknown
1.Hualapai Peak44398417ArizonaNorthwest Arizona RangesUnknown
1.Pinal Peak40907850ArizonaSoutheast Arizona RangesUnknown
1.Clingmans Dome45036643Tennessee/North CarolinaGreat Smoky MountainsUnknown
1.Mount Washington61486288New HampshireWhite MountainsUnknown
1.Roan High Knob34856285North Carolina/TennesseeWestern Blue Ridge RangesUnknown
1.Harquahala Mountain34615681ArizonaNorth Sonoran Desert RangesUnknown
1.Brasstown Bald21084784GeorgiaSouthern Blue Ridge FrontUnknown
1.Mount Mansfield36334393VermontGreen MountainsUnknown
1.Copernicus Peak30804360CaliforniaCentral California Coast RangesUnknown
1.Hawksbill21484050VirginiaNorthern Blue RidgeUnknown
1.Mount Diablo31093849CaliforniaCentral California Coast RangesUnknown
1.Cross Mountain20943534TennesseeCumberland MountainsUnknown
1.Mount Greylock24633487MassachusettsTaconic RangeUnknown
1.Mount Kearsarge20802920New HampshireNew England UplandUnknown
1.Mount Tamalpais24512571CaliforniaNorthern California Coast RangeUnknown
18.Sandia Crest409810,678New MexicoSoutheast New Mexico Ranges2010-07-06
19.Browns Peak32977657ArizonaNorthwest Arizona Ranges2015-05-28

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