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USA 48 States 2000 ft Prominence Peaks

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Showing Tom Massoth's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (49 out of 1198, or 4.09%)

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RankPeak Prom-Ft  Elev-Ft StateRange (Level 4)Ascent Date
1.Mount Ascutney22703130VermontNew England UplandUnknown
2.Mount Washington61486288New HampshireWhite Mountains1984-08-26
3.Mount Lafayette33205240New HampshireWhite Mountains1985-06-21
4.Mount Marcy49145344New YorkAdirondack Mountains1985-09-28
5.Mount Hood770611,239OregonOregon Cascades1986-06-10
6.Mount Moosilauke29324802New HampshireWhite Mountains1986-08-23
7.Algonquin Peak20975115New YorkAdirondack Mountains1986-09-01
8.Smarts Mountain21783238New HampshireNew England Upland1987-05-25
9.Mount Osceola20004320New HampshireWhite Mountains1987-07-18
10.Killington Peak33154235VermontGreen Mountains1987-08-08
11.Giant Mountain29534626New YorkAdirondack Mountains1987-08-23
12.Kinsman Mountain23984358New HampshireWhite Mountains1987-09-05
13.Carter Dome28214832New HampshireWhite Mountains1988-06-19
14.Stratton Mountain24053940VermontGreen Mountains1988-09-02
15.Mount Cabot26614160New HampshireWhite Mountains1989-05-20
16.Mount Carrigain22234680New HampshireWhite Mountains1989-07-16
17.Dorset Mountain28203760VermontTaconic Range1990-02-11
18.Equinox Mountain30403840VermontTaconic Range1990-04-14
19.Mount Ellen21324083VermontGreen Mountains1990-07-07
20.Mount Mansfield36334393VermontGreen Mountains1990-08-04
21.Jay Peak29723858VermontGreen Mountains1990-08-22
22.Old Speck27004160MaineWhite Mountains1990-11-04
23.Baldpate Mountain22283780MaineLongfellow Mountains1991-05-17
24.Dix Mountain27894823New YorkAdirondack Mountains1991-06-22
25.Whiteface Mountain30934865New YorkAdirondack Mountains1991-07-11
26.Seward Mountain20214331New YorkAdirondack Mountains1992-08-02
27.Big Bald25565516North Carolina/TennesseeWestern Blue Ridge Ranges1993-05-22
28.Santanoni Peak24084606New YorkAdirondack Mountains1994-07-01
29.Mount Rogers24495729VirginiaWestern Blue Ridge Ranges1994-10-17
30.Mount Greylock24633487MassachusettsTaconic Range1994-11-18
31.Apple Orchard Mountain28254225VirginiaNorthern Blue Ridge1996-04-24
32.Slide Mountain32804180New YorkCatskill Mountains1997-04-25
33.Clingmans Dome45036643Tennessee/North CarolinaGreat Smoky Mountains1997-05-22
34.Hawksbill21484050VirginiaNorthern Blue Ridge1998-05-10
35.Bigelow Mountain28454145MaineLongfellow Mountains2000-10-27
36.Hunter Mountain21404040New YorkCatskill Mountains2001-11-14
37.Snow Mountain23203960MaineLongfellow Mountains2003-06-02
38.Cheoah Bald23575062North CarolinaCentral Blue Ridge Ranges2003-10-24
39.Sugarloaf Mountain31684240MaineLongfellow Mountains2004-06-21
40.Saddleback Mountain24464120MaineLongfellow Mountains2004-06-23
41.Katahdin42885268MaineLongfellow Mountains2004-08-24
42.Standing Indian28195499North CarolinaSouthern Blue Ridge Front2004-10-23
43.Brasstown Bald21084784GeorgiaSouthern Blue Ridge Front2005-10-12
44.Grass Mountain21893109VermontTaconic Range2007-05-21
45.Signal Mountain21203360VermontNew England Upland2008-05-13
46.Grand Monadnock21303150New HampshireNew England Upland2009-04-29
47.East Mountain22193439VermontNew England Upland2009-06-01
48.Cold Hollow Mountains High Point21463327VermontGreen Mountains2009-10-29
49.Mount Kearsarge20802920New HampshireNew England Upland2010-08-19

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