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USA 48 States 2000 ft Prominence Peaks

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Showing Charles Morton's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (55 out of 1198, or 4.59%)

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RankPeak Prom-M  Elev-M StateRange (Level 4)Ascent Date
1.Mount Shasta29764317CaliforniaCalifornia CascadesUnknown
1.Mount Phillips8853579New MexicoSangre de Cristo RangeUnknown
3.Mount Grant11953438NevadaWest Great Basin Ranges1990-06-19
4.Baldy Mountain8173792New MexicoSangre de Cristo Range1998-07
5.Mount Rose11073285NevadaLake Tahoe-Sonora Pass Sierra Nevada2001-09-01
6.Freel Peak9593317CaliforniaLake Tahoe-Sonora Pass Sierra Nevada2002-08-04
7.Owens Peak6622576CaliforniaSouthern Sierra Nevada2005-05-29
8.Mount Whitney30714418CaliforniaSequoia Sierra Nevada2005-09-18
9.Olancha Peak9403695CaliforniaSouthern Sierra Nevada2006-06-02
10.Telescope Peak18803367CaliforniaWest Great Basin Ranges2006-06-03
11.Wheeler Peak23063982NevadaEast Central Great Basin Ranges2006-06-12
12.Mount Conness8013837CaliforniaYosemite-Ritter Sierra Nevada2006-07-28
13.Mount Dana7373980CaliforniaYosemite-Ritter Sierra Nevada2006-07-30
14.San Jacinto Peak25363304CaliforniaPeninsular Southern California Ranges2007-05-19
15.Kern Peak7803499CaliforniaSouthern Sierra Nevada2007-07-01
16.Mount Lola6302788CaliforniaNorthern Sierra Nevada2007-09-23
17.Leavitt Peak6243526CaliforniaLake Tahoe-Sonora Pass Sierra Nevada2007-11-06
18.Last Chance Mountain7242577CaliforniaWest Great Basin Ranges2008-01-12
19.Tower Peak6653583CaliforniaYosemite-Ritter Sierra Nevada2008-07-04
20.Round Top7743164CaliforniaLake Tahoe-Sonora Pass Sierra Nevada2008-07-06
21.Adams Peak6692498CaliforniaNorthern Sierra Nevada2008-09-28
22.Mount Ingalls8512552CaliforniaNorthern Sierra Nevada2008-10-25
23.Hawkins Peak6533055CaliforniaLake Tahoe-Sonora Pass Sierra Nevada2009-05-25
24.Borah Peak18233859IdahoLost River-Lemhi Ranges2009-07-02
25.Longs Peak8964345ColoradoFront Range2009-07-08
26.Mount Elbert27654399ColoradoSawatch Range2009-07-13
 Mount Tom6014161CaliforniaCentral Sierra Nevada2009-07-25
27.Pyramid Peak7873043CaliforniaLake Tahoe-Sonora Pass Sierra Nevada2009-08-21
28.Highland Peak7483333CaliforniaLake Tahoe-Sonora Pass Sierra Nevada2009-09-26
29.Mount San Antonio18983068CaliforniaTransverse Ranges2009-10-10
30.Hot Springs Mountain7961991CaliforniaPeninsular Southern California Ranges2010-02-14
31.Tohakum Peak10702494NevadaNorthwest Great Basin Ranges2010-03-19
32.Juniper Peak6362197NevadaNorthwest Great Basin Ranges2010-03-28
33.Virginia Peak11102550NevadaNorthwest Great Basin Ranges2010-05-15
34.Tule Peak10392659NevadaNorthwest Great Basin Ranges2010-05-29
35.Mount Siegel10602881NevadaWest Great Basin Ranges2010-05-30
36.Star Peak16462998NevadaWest Central Nevada Ranges2010-06-12
37.Babbitt Peak7192670CaliforniaNorthern Sierra Nevada2010-06-13
38.Cleaver Peak6802046NevadaNorthwest Great Basin Ranges2010-06-19
39.Mount Davidson8242397NevadaNorthwest Great Basin Ranges2010-06-21
40.Mount Warren6113757CaliforniaYosemite-Ritter Sierra Nevada2010-06-27
41.Dixie Mountain7342538CaliforniaNorthern Sierra Nevada2010-09-19
42.Kings Peak19354123UtahUinta Range2010-10-01
43.Donnelly Peak8452601NevadaNorthwest Great Basin Ranges2010-10-10
44.Petersen Mountains High Point7622390NevadaNorthwest Great Basin Ranges2011-06-18
44.Dogskin Mountain6222282NevadaNorthwest Great Basin Ranges2011-06-18
46.Hagues Peak7314133ColoradoFront Range2012-06-28
47.Mount Evans8374348ColoradoFront Range2012-07-01
48.Lassen Peak15943187CaliforniaCalifornia Cascades2012-07-06
49.Mount Pinos14632692CaliforniaTransverse Ranges2012-08-18
50.Brasstown Bald6421458GeorgiaSouthern Blue Ridge Front2012-11-21
51.Crazy Peak17413417MontanaCentral Montana Ranges2013-06-29
52.Mount Morgan8014190CaliforniaCentral Sierra Nevada2013-07-20
53.Mount Washington18741917New HampshireWhite Mountains2013-10-16
54.Peavine Peak6662519NevadaNorthern Sierra Nevada2014-02-14
55.Mount Patterson12663558CaliforniaWest Great Basin Ranges2014-06-28

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