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USA 48 States 2000 ft Prominence Peaks

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Showing Tom Sewell's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (65 out of 1198, or 5.43%)

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RankPeak Prom-Ft  Elev-Ft StateRange (Level 4)Ascent Date
1.Scapegoat Mountain30429202MontanaBob Marshall Ranges1978-07-09
2.Mount Lago32688745WashingtonNorth Cascades1978-07-11
3.Rocky Mountain32329392MontanaBob Marshall Ranges1979-07-05
4.West Goat Peak395310,793MontanaWest Central Montana Ranges1979-11-25
5.Guadalupe Peak30298749TexasTrans-Pecos Texas Ranges1980-04-01
6.Emory Peak44857825TexasTrans-Pecos Texas Ranges1980-04-15
7.Mount Baldy472311,403ArizonaCentral Arizona Highlands1980-05-10
8.Mount McGuire352210,082IdahoSalmon River Mountains1981-07-15
9.Crazy Peak570911,209MontanaCentral Montana Ranges1982-07-01
10.Francs Peak405613,153WyomingAbsaroka Range1983-07-01
10.Younts Peak224112,156WyomingAbsaroka Range1983-07-01
10.Hilgard Peak406311,316MontanaTeton Range-Yellowstone Area1983-07-01
10.Trapper Peak357010,157MontanaBitterroot Range1983-07-01
14.Swan Peak22899289MontanaBob Marshall Ranges1984-07-01
14.Rhodes Peak26907930IdahoBitterroot Range1984-07-01
16.Whites Mountain24429162MontanaBitterroot Range1985-07-01
17.Mount Evans204110,641MontanaWest Central Montana Ranges1985-09-01
17.Mount Powell372810,168MontanaWest Central Montana Ranges1985-09-01
19.Gallatin Peak319711,015MontanaTeton Range-Yellowstone Area1986-07-01
19.Big Baldy31859705IdahoSalmon River Mountains1986-07-01
21.Diamond Peak537712,197IdahoLost River-Lemhi Ranges1987-07-01
21.Castle Peak401511,815IdahoSawtooth-Ketchum-Boise Area1987-07-01
21.Scott Peak423311,393IdahoBitterroot Range1987-07-01
21.South Sister558810,358OregonOregon Cascades1987-07-01
21.Strawberry Mountain40809040OregonSouth Columbia Plateau1987-07-01
26.Kings Peak634813,528UtahUinta Range1988-07-01
26.Humphreys Peak603912,633ArizonaCentral Arizona Highlands1988-07-01
26.Big Creek Peak251711,350IdahoLost River-Lemhi Ranges1988-07-01
26.Holland Peak39969356MontanaBob Marshall Ranges1988-07-01
30.Mount Wilson402414,246ColoradoSan Juan Mountains1989-07-01
30.Mount Peale616112,721UtahCanyonlands1989-07-01
30.Great Northern Mountain25058705MontanaBob Marshall Ranges1989-07-01
33.Ryan Peak319411,714IdahoSawtooth-Ketchum-Boise Area1990-07-01
33.Emigrant Peak260910,921MontanaAbsaroka Range1990-07-01
33.Mount Field20928590MontanaBob Marshall Ranges1990-07-01
36.Mount Jackson340610,052MontanaGlacier National Park Ranges1992-07-01
36.Mount Siyeh310610,014MontanaGlacier National Park Ranges1992-07-01
36.Silvertip Mountain20028882MontanaBob Marshall Ranges1992-07-01
36.Nasukoin Mountain30468086MontanaNorthwest Montana Ranges1992-07-01
40.Mount Baptiste20768396MontanaBob Marshall Ranges1993-07-01
41.Twilight Peak231813,158ColoradoSan Juan Mountains1994-07-01
42.Rainbow Peak36369891MontanaGlacier National Park Ranges1996-07-01
43.Miller Peak50069466ArizonaSoutheast Arizona Ranges1996-12-01
44.Mount Wrightson45789453ArizonaSoutheast Arizona Ranges1996-12-25
45.Vulture Peak22789638MontanaGlacier National Park Ranges1997-07-01
 Mount Gould19539553MontanaGlacier National Park Ranges1997-07-01
45.Rising Wolf Mountain28739513MontanaGlacier National Park Ranges1997-07-01
45.Mount Rockwell21929272MontanaGlacier National Park Ranges1997-07-01
45.Heavens Peak30678987MontanaGlacier National Park Ranges1997-07-01
45.Longfellow Peak27448904MontanaGlacier National Park Ranges1997-07-01
50.Kintla Peak440110,101MontanaGlacier National Park Ranges1998-07-01
50.The Guardhouse27779336MontanaGlacier National Park Ranges1998-07-01
52.Cloud Peak706713,167WyomingBighorn Mountains1998-09-01
53.Mount Stimson438210,142MontanaGlacier National Park Ranges1999-07-01
54.Boulder Peak23849804MontanaBitterroot Range1999-08-01
55.Granite Peak475912,799MontanaAbsaroka Range1999-09-01
56.Wheeler Peak756313,063NevadaEast Central Great Basin Ranges2000-07-01
56.Mount Moriah490712,067NevadaEast Central Great Basin Ranges2000-07-01
58.Ptarmigan Benchmark24439083MontanaBob Marshall Ranges2000-07-15
59.Mount Sneffels303014,150ColoradoSan Juan Mountains2001-07-01
60.Snowshoe Peak54188738MontanaNorthwest Montana Ranges2004-08-15
61.Wyoming Peak353811,378WyomingWyoming Overthrust Belt Ranges2005-09-01
61.Mount Fitzpatrick222710,907WyomingWyoming Overthrust Belt Ranges2005-09-01
63.Trout Peak368412,244WyomingAbsaroka Range2007-08-30
64.Cherry Peak26327352MontanaBitterroot Range2009-06-26
65.Log Mountain22999179IdahoSalmon River Mountains2009-08-28

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