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USA 48 States 2000 ft Prominence Peaks

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Showing Kevin Williamson's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (49 out of 1218, or 4.02%)

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RankPeak Prom-Ft
(Avg)
 Elev-Ft
(Avg)
StateRange (Level 4)Ascent Date
1.Brasstown Bald21084784GeorgiaSouthern Blue Ridge Front1994-01-30
2.Humphreys Peak603912,633ArizonaCentral Arizona Highlands1995-10-18
3.Standing Indian28395499North CarolinaSouthern Blue Ridge Front1995-11-18
4.Mount Mitchell60916684North CarolinaCentral Blue Ridge Ranges1995-11-25
5.Mount Hood770611,239OregonOregon Cascades1996-06-27
6.Harney Peak29327242South DakotaBlack Hills1996-06-30
7.Guadalupe Peak30398749TexasTrans-Pecos Texas Ranges1997-03-26
8.Clingmans Dome45136643Tennessee/North CarolinaGreat Smoky Mountains1997-05-24
9.Mount Rogers24695729VirginiaWestern Blue Ridge Ranges1997-05-25
10.Spruce Knob27914861West VirginiaAllegheny Mountains1997-06-22
11.Mount Elbert909314,433ColoradoSawatch Range1997-07-28
12.Kings Peak635813,528UtahUinta Range1997-09-04
13.Wheeler Peak340913,161New MexicoSangre de Cristo Range1997-10-10
14.Magazine Mountain21432753ArkansasOuachita Mountains1997-10-13
15.Mount Greylock24733487MassachusettsTaconic Range1998-08-01
16.Katahdin42935268MaineLongfellow Mountains1998-08-04
17.Mount Washington61586288New HampshireWhite Mountains1998-08-05
18.Mount Mansfield36434393VermontGreen Mountains1998-08-06
19.Mount Marcy49195344New YorkAdirondack Mountains1998-08-08
20.Mount Whitney10,08014,495CaliforniaSequoia Sierra Nevada2000-07-17
21.Big Frog Mountain25204220TennesseeSouthern Blue Ridge Front2001-03-17
22.Huckleberry Knob34405580North CarolinaSouthern Blue Ridge Front2001-03-24
23.Richland Balsam30306410North CarolinaCentral Blue Ridge Ranges2001-05-26
24.High Knob20534223VirginiaCumberland Mountains2001-06-10
25.English Mountain23123629TennesseeGreat Smoky Mountains2001-07-08
26.Gannett Peak707613,804WyomingWind River Range2001-08-16
27.Wyoming Peak355811,378WyomingWyoming Overthrust Belt Ranges2001-08-21
28.Borah Peak600212,662IdahoLost River-Lemhi Ranges2001-08-23
29.Medicine Bow Peak324312,013WyomingSouthern Wyoming Ranges2001-08-27
30.Cross Mountain21043534TennesseeCumberland Mountains2001-09-22
31.Roan High Knob35056285North Carolina/TennesseeWestern Blue Ridge Ranges2001-09-23
32.Grandfather Mountain24465946North CarolinaSouthern Blue Ridge Front2002-04-18
33.Big Bald25765516North Carolina/TennesseeWestern Blue Ridge Ranges2002-04-20
34.Granite Peak477912,799MontanaAbsaroka Range2002-08-05
35.Pikes Peak553014,110ColoradoFront Range2002-08-13
36.Sandia Crest410810,678New MexicoSoutheast New Mexico Ranges2003-02-12
37.South Baldy381310,783New MexicoSouthwest New Mexico Ranges2003-02-13
38.North Franklin Mountain29877192TexasTrans-Pecos Texas Ranges2003-02-14
39.Baldy Peak39238378TexasTrans-Pecos Texas Ranges2003-02-15
40.Emory Peak44957825TexasTrans-Pecos Texas Ranges2003-02-16
41.Grand Teton654513,770WyomingTeton Range-Yellowstone Area2004-07-14
42.Mount Rainier13,21014,411WashingtonSouth Washington Cascades2004-07-21
43.Cache Peak447910,339IdahoNorth Great Basin Ranges2004-07-24
44.Mount Constitution24072407WashingtonInside Passage Islands2004-07-26
45.Cinnabar Mountain31338403IdahoNorth Great Basin Ranges2004-07-28
46.Deep Creek Peak32488748IdahoSoutheast Idaho Ranges2004-08-01
47.Meade Peak24979957IdahoSoutheast Idaho Ranges2004-08-02
47.Bonneville Peak34019271IdahoSoutheast Idaho Ranges2004-08-02
49.Cloud Peak707713,167WyomingBighorn Mountains2006-08-11

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