USA 48 States 2000 ft Prominence Peaks
Note: Large lists (over 500 peaks) like this one only show peaks a climber has ascended.
Showing Mike Larkin's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (41 out of 1198, or 3.42%)
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|Rank||Peak|| Prom-Ft || Elev-Ft ||State||Range (Level 4)||Ascent Date|
|1.||Mount San Antonio||6224||10,064||California||Transverse Ranges||1999-08-24|
|2.||Mount Whitney||10,075||14,495||California||Sequoia Sierra Nevada||2003-08-03|
|3.||White Mountain Peak||7196||14,246||California||West Great Basin Ranges||2004-06-19|
|4.||Freel Peak||3146||10,881||California||Lake Tahoe-Sonora Pass Sierra Nevada||2004-06-27|
|5.||Mount Conness||2630||12,590||California||Yosemite-Ritter Sierra Nevada||2004-07-31|
|6.||Mount Dana||2417||13,057||California||Yosemite-Ritter Sierra Nevada||2004-08-01|
|7.||Hawkins Peak||2144||10,024||California||Lake Tahoe-Sonora Pass Sierra Nevada||2004-10-10|
|8.||Mount Pinos||4800||8831||California||Transverse Ranges||2004-11-13|
|9.||Charleston Peak||8241||11,916||Nevada||South Great Basin Ranges||2005-07-04|
|10.||Mount Patterson||4153||11,673||California||West Great Basin Ranges||2005-07-16|
| ||Mount Tom||1972||13,652||California||Central Sierra Nevada||2005-08-03|
|11.||Highland Peak||2456||10,936||California||Lake Tahoe-Sonora Pass Sierra Nevada||2005-08-20|
|12.||San Gorgonio Mountain||8294||11,499||California||Transverse Ranges||2005-11-25|
|13.||San Jacinto Peak||8319||10,839||California||Peninsular Southern California Ranges||2005-11-26|
|14.||Mount Hoffmann||2290||10,850||California||Yosemite-Ritter Sierra Nevada||2006-07-15|
|15.||Mount Morgan||2628||13,748||California||Central Sierra Nevada||2006-08-03|
|16.||Lassen Peak||5229||10,457||California||California Cascades||2006-09-02|
|17.||Owens Peak||2173||8453||California||Southern Sierra Nevada||2006-11-24|
|18.||Piute Peak||3480||8440||California||Southern Sierra Nevada||2006-11-25|
|19.||Slate Mountain||2142||9302||California||Sequoia Sierra Nevada||2006-11-26|
|20.||Humphreys Peak||6039||12,633||Arizona||Central Arizona Highlands||2007-05-14|
|21.||Mount Lemmon||5157||9157||Arizona||Southeast Arizona Ranges||2007-05-16|
|22.||Eagle Peak||4352||9892||California||Northwest Great Basin Ranges||2007-05-27|
|23.||Crane Mountain||2336||8456||Oregon||Northwest Great Basin Ranges||2007-05-28|
|24.||Olancha Peak||3083||12,123||California||Southern Sierra Nevada||2007-06-16|
|25.||Leavitt Peak||2049||11,569||California||Lake Tahoe-Sonora Pass Sierra Nevada||2007-07-07|
|25.||Potato Peak||2557||10,237||California||West Great Basin Ranges||2007-07-07|
|27.||Glass Mountain||3180||11,160||California||West Great Basin Ranges||2007-08-06|
|28.||Telescope Peak||6168||11,048||California||West Great Basin Ranges||2007-08-11|
|29.||Mount Jefferson||5861||11,941||Nevada||West Central Nevada Ranges||2007-08-12|
|30.||Last Chance Mountain||2376||8456||California||West Great Basin Ranges||2008-05-12|
|31.||Mount Rose||3630||10,776||Nevada||Lake Tahoe-Sonora Pass Sierra Nevada||2008-07-21|
|32.||Mount Dubois||2319||13,559||California||West Great Basin Ranges||2008-08-04|
|33.||Hayford Peak||5392||9912||Nevada||South Great Basin Ranges||2008-09-14|
|34.||Mount Baden-Powell||2799||9399||California||Transverse Ranges||2008-11-09|
|35.||Eagle Peak||2358||11,847||California||Yosemite-Ritter Sierra Nevada||2009-05-16|
|36.||Pyramid Peak||2583||9983||California||Lake Tahoe-Sonora Pass Sierra Nevada||2009-09-20|
|37.||Star Peak||5400||9836||Nevada||West Central Nevada Ranges||2010-04-25|
|38.||Virginia Peak||3642||8366||Nevada||Northwest Great Basin Ranges||2010-05-02|
|39.||New Pass Peak||2572||9002||Nevada||West Central Nevada Ranges||2010-05-23|
|40.||Babbitt Peak||2360||8760||California||Northern Sierra Nevada||2010-10-17|
|41.||Dixie Mountain||2407||8327||California||Northern Sierra Nevada||2010-10-30|
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