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USA 48 States 2000 ft Prominence Peaks

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Showing John E Sarna's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (88 out of 1198, or 7.35%)

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RankPeak Prom-Ft  Elev-Ft StateRange (Level 4)Ascent Date
1.Mount Greylock24633487MassachusettsTaconic Range1978
2.Mount Pinos48008831CaliforniaTransverse Ranges1984-09-01
3.Mount San Antonio622410,064CaliforniaTransverse Ranges1984-09-03
4.White Mountain Peak719614,246CaliforniaWest Great Basin Ranges1984-09-08
5.Mount Patterson415311,673CaliforniaWest Great Basin Ranges1984-09-22
6.Eagle Mountain22305350CaliforniaPeninsular Southern California Ranges1985-01-13
7.Signal Peak34774877ArizonaNorth Sonoran Desert Ranges1985-02-10
8.Nopah Range High Point35726394CaliforniaSouth Great Basin Ranges1985-03-23
9.Mount Diablo31093849CaliforniaCentral California Coast Ranges1986-03-08
10.Currant Mountain457511,513NevadaEast Central Great Basin Ranges1986-05-24
11.Mount Hamilton298510,745NevadaEast Central Great Basin Ranges1986-05-25
12.Mount Baden-Powell27999399CaliforniaTransverse Ranges1986-08-03
13.Hawkins Peak214410,024CaliforniaLake Tahoe-Sonora Pass Sierra Nevada1986-08-16
14.Mount Rose363010,776NevadaLake Tahoe-Sonora Pass Sierra Nevada1986-08-23
15.Pyramid Peak37036703CaliforniaWest Great Basin Ranges1986-11-28
16.Telescope Peak616811,048CaliforniaWest Great Basin Ranges1986-11-29
17.Tin Mountain39938953CaliforniaWest Great Basin Ranges1987-02-13
18.Scodie Mountain20487294CaliforniaSouthern Sierra Nevada1987-05-25
19.Round Top254110,381CaliforniaLake Tahoe-Sonora Pass Sierra Nevada1987-05-30
20.Lassen Peak522910,457CaliforniaCalifornia Cascades1987-06-06
21.Pyramid Peak25839983CaliforniaLake Tahoe-Sonora Pass Sierra Nevada1987-07-25
22.Freel Peak314610,881CaliforniaLake Tahoe-Sonora Pass Sierra Nevada1987-08-09
23.Mount Ritter395713,143CaliforniaYosemite-Ritter Sierra Nevada1987-08-14
24.Red Mountain20615261CaliforniaMojave Desert Ranges1988-01-14
25.Palomar Mountain28566140CaliforniaPeninsular Southern California Ranges1988-04-09
26.Reyes Peak20747514CaliforniaTransverse Ranges1988-04-28
27.Big Pine Mountain21606800CaliforniaTransverse Ranges1988-04-30
28.Cuyamaca Peak28556512CaliforniaPeninsular Southern California Ranges1988-05-20
29.Clark Mountain42327907CaliforniaMojave Desert Ranges1988-06-03
30.Charleston Peak824111,916NevadaSouth Great Basin Ranges1988-06-04
31.South Yolla Bolly Mountain48148094CaliforniaNorthern California Coast Range1988-06-10
32.Mount Whitney10,07514,495CaliforniaSequoia Sierra Nevada1988-07-29
33.Highland Peak245610,936CaliforniaLake Tahoe-Sonora Pass Sierra Nevada1988-09-24
34.North Shoshone Peak283310,313NevadaWest Central Nevada Ranges1989
35.Mount Siegel34779451NevadaWest Great Basin Ranges1989-05-20
36.Mount Orizaba21252125CaliforniaPeninsular Southern California Ranges1989-12-29
37.San Benito Mountain34815241CaliforniaCentral California Coast Ranges1990-01-01
38.Snow Mountain24967056CaliforniaNorthern California Coast Range1990-06-09
39.Mount Lola20689148CaliforniaNorthern Sierra Nevada1990-07-22
40.Babbitt Peak23608760CaliforniaNorthern Sierra Nevada1990-09-10
40.Adams Peak21978197CaliforniaNorthern Sierra Nevada1990-09-10
42.Mount Konocti23394299CaliforniaNorthern California Coast Range1991-02-11
43.Mount Tamalpais24512571CaliforniaNorthern California Coast Range1991-03-03
 Mount Hood19702730CaliforniaNorthern California Coast Range1991-05-11
44.Leavitt Peak204911,569CaliforniaLake Tahoe-Sonora Pass Sierra Nevada1991-06-30
45.Mount Shasta976214,162CaliforniaCalifornia Cascades1991-07-06
46.Thompson Peak39148994CaliforniaKlamath Mountains1991-07-27
47.Mount Conness263012,590CaliforniaYosemite-Ritter Sierra Nevada1991-08-12
48.Sonoma Mountains High Point20032463CaliforniaNorthern California Coast Range1991-11-03
49.South Butte20502120CaliforniaNorthern Sierra Nevada1991-11-10
50.Spectre Peak25464482CaliforniaMojave Desert Ranges1991-12-30
51.Quail Mountain22935813CaliforniaPeninsular Southern California Ranges1992-01-01
52.Sheep Hole Mountains High Point22184613CaliforniaMojave Desert Ranges1992-01-02
53.Junipero Serra Peak44475862CaliforniaCentral California Coast Ranges1992-05-16
54.Cone Peak29155155CaliforniaCentral California Coast Ranges1992-05-17
55.Black Butte24367448CaliforniaNorthern California Coast Range1992-05-23
56.Mount Eddy51059025CaliforniaKlamath Mountains1992-05-30
57.Eagle Peak43529892CaliforniaNorthwest Great Basin Ranges1992-07-11
58.Kingston Peak37277336CaliforniaMojave Desert Ranges1993-02-13
59.Stewart Point23795266CaliforniaSouth Great Basin Ranges1993-02-14
60.Granite Mountain27926762CaliforniaMojave Desert Ranges1993-02-15
61.Tohakum Peak35098182NevadaNorthwest Great Basin Ranges1993-06-12
62.Mount Humphreys256313,986CaliforniaCentral Sierra Nevada1993-08-23
63.Cobb Mountain31604720CaliforniaNorthern California Coast Range1994-01-09
64.Copernicus Peak30804360CaliforniaCentral California Coast Ranges1994-04-09
65.Mount Dubois231913,559CaliforniaWest Great Basin Ranges1994-06-05
66.Olancha Peak308312,123CaliforniaSouthern Sierra Nevada1994-06-13
67.North Palisade289414,242CaliforniaCentral Sierra Nevada1994-08-08
68.Salmon Mountain20066956CaliforniaKlamath Mountains1995-07-22
69.Santiago Peak43875687CaliforniaPeninsular Southern California Ranges1995-12-28
70.Hot Springs Mountain26136533CaliforniaPeninsular Southern California Ranges1995-12-30
71.Caliente Mountain22065106CaliforniaCentral California Coast Ranges1997-03-11
72.Grapevine Peak45628738NevadaWest Great Basin Ranges1997-03-15
73.San Gorgonio Mountain829411,499CaliforniaTransverse Ranges1997-06-23
74.San Jacinto Peak831910,839CaliforniaPeninsular Southern California Ranges1997-06-27
75.Whipple Mountains High Point27904130CaliforniaMojave Desert Ranges1997-12-26
76.North Yolla Bolly Mountain21557864CaliforniaNorthern California Coast Range1998-06-13
77.Mount Ingalls27928372CaliforniaNorthern Sierra Nevada1998-06-27
78.Kern Peak256011,480CaliforniaSouthern Sierra Nevada1998-09-27
79.Navajo Mountain422610,346UtahNavajo Area1998-10-19
80.Mount Dana241713,057CaliforniaYosemite-Ritter Sierra Nevada1999-08-07
81.Burnt Peak24485788CaliforniaTransverse Ranges1999-12-29
82.Sandstone Peak22013111CaliforniaTransverse Ranges2001-02-18
83.Harney Peak29227242South DakotaBlack Hills2001-07-16
84.Mount Davidson27047864NevadaNorthwest Great Basin Ranges2001-08-19
85.Magazine Mountain21332753ArkansasOuachita Mountains2002-12-16
86.Spruce Knob27814861West VirginiaAllegheny Mountains2003-10-25
87.Frazier Mountain24408000CaliforniaTransverse Ranges2004-05-31
88.Marys Peak33574097OregonOregon Coast Range2005-05-07

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