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USA 48 States 2000 ft Prominence Peaks

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Showing Michael Prowatzke's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (50 out of 1198, or 4.17%)

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RankPeak Prom-Ft  Elev-Ft StateRange (Level 4)Ascent Date
1.Slide Mountain32804180New YorkCatskill Mountains1998-10
2.Mount Dana241713,057CaliforniaYosemite-Ritter Sierra Nevada2000
2.Mount Hoffmann229010,850CaliforniaYosemite-Ritter Sierra Nevada2000
4.Mount Whitney10,07514,495CaliforniaSequoia Sierra Nevada2000-08-14
5.White Mountain Peak719614,246CaliforniaWest Great Basin Ranges2001-08
6.Longs Peak294014,255ColoradoFront Range2001-08-24
7.Emory Peak44857825TexasTrans-Pecos Texas Ranges2002-02-28
8.Guadalupe Peak30298749TexasTrans-Pecos Texas Ranges2002-11-26
9.Black Dome20603980New YorkCatskill Mountains2003-10-02
10.Hunter Mountain21404040New YorkCatskill Mountains2003-10-08
11.Spruce Knob27814861West VirginiaAllegheny Mountains2005-06-14
12.Giant Mountain29534626New YorkAdirondack Mountains2005-07-21
13.Clingmans Dome45036643Tennessee/North CarolinaGreat Smoky Mountains2006-01
14.Mount Washington61486288New HampshireWhite Mountains2006-07-19
15.Mount Lafayette33205240New HampshireWhite Mountains2006-07-22
16.Katahdin42885268MaineLongfellow Mountains2007-08-22
17.Twin Sisters Peaks229811,428ColoradoFront Range2008-06
18.Mount Elbert907314,433ColoradoSawatch Range2008-08-17
19.Grays Peak275014,270ColoradoFront Range2008-08-22
20.Mount Evans274414,264ColoradoFront Range2008-08-23
21.Mount Harvard234014,420ColoradoSawatch Range2008-08-30
22.Mount Rogers24495729VirginiaWestern Blue Ridge Ranges2009-06-13
23.Mount Osceola20004320New HampshireWhite Mountains2009-08-15
24.Mount Carrigain22234680New HampshireWhite Mountains2009-08-20
25.Mount Cabot26614160New HampshireWhite Mountains2009-08-23
26.Carter Dome28214832New HampshireWhite Mountains2009-08-25
27.Mount Moosilauke29324802New HampshireWhite Mountains2009-08-27
27.Kinsman Mountain23984358New HampshireWhite Mountains2009-08-27
29.Big Bald25565516North Carolina/TennesseeWestern Blue Ridge Ranges2009-10-30
30.Roan High Knob34856285North Carolina/TennesseeWestern Blue Ridge Ranges2009-11-02
31.Mount Mitchell60896684North CarolinaCentral Blue Ridge Ranges2010-09-04
32.Mount Marcy49145344New YorkAdirondack Mountains2010-09-18
33.Algonquin Peak20975115New YorkAdirondack Mountains2010-09-20
34.Whiteface Mountain30934865New YorkAdirondack Mountains2010-09-22
35.Standing Indian28195499North CarolinaSouthern Blue Ridge Front2010-10-17
36.Cheoah Bald23575062North CarolinaCentral Blue Ridge Ranges2010-10-22
37.Hawksbill21484050VirginiaNorthern Blue Ridge2011-01-17
38.Apple Orchard Mountain28254225VirginiaNorthern Blue Ridge2011-02-20
39.Harney Peak29227242South DakotaBlack Hills2011-06-26
40.Mount Rainier13,21014,411WashingtonSouth Washington Cascades2011-08-13
41.Mount Lincoln386214,286ColoradoCentral Colorado Ranges2011-09-04
42.Cloud Peak706713,167WyomingBighorn Mountains2011-09-24
43.Kings Peak634813,528UtahUinta Range2012-09-03
44.Wheeler Peak340913,161New MexicoSangre de Cristo Range2012-09-06
45.Mount Timpanogos526911,749UtahWasatch Range2014-08-01
46.Deseret Peak581211,031UtahEast Great Basin Ranges2014-08-02
47.Pikes Peak551014,110ColoradoFront Range2014-08-31
48.Mount Greylock24633487MassachusettsTaconic Range2014-10-08
49.Mount Diablo31093849CaliforniaCentral California Coast Ranges2015-04-05
50.Telescope Peak616811,048CaliforniaWest Great Basin Ranges2015-04-18

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