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Showing Zak Evans's most recent ascent dates for climbed peaks (19 out of 3142, or 0.6%)

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RankCountyPeak Elev-Ft Range (Level 5)Ascent Date
1.HI-HawaiiMauna Kea13,796 2009-02-12
2.UT-UtahMount Nebo11,928Southern Wasatch Range2012-08-12
3.UT-Salt LakeAmerican Fork Twin Peaks11,489Central Wasatch Range2012-10-14
4.NV-White PineWheeler Peak13,063Snake Range2013-06-01
5.CA-ShastaLassen Peak10,457Lassen Peak Area2013-09-01
6.AK-DenaliMount McKinley20,320 2014-06-04
7.UT-DuchesneKings Peak13,528Central Uinta Range2014-06-21
8.CA-InyoMount Whitney14,495Mount Whitney Group2014-07-04
8.CA-TulareMount Whitney14,495Mount Whitney Group2014-07-04
10.WA-PierceMount Rainier14,411Mount Rainier Area2014-07-19
11.ID-CusterBorah Peak12,662Lost River Range2014-07-26
12.CO-LakeMount Elbert14,433Elbert-Massive-Fryingpan Area2014-08-02
13.MT-ParkGranite Peak12,799Beartooth Mountains2014-08-16
14.UT-BeaverDelano Peak12,169Tushar Mountains2014-08-29
14.UT-PiuteDelano Peak12,169Tushar Mountains2014-08-29
16.UT-GarfieldMount Ellen11,522Henry Mountains2014-08-31
17.UT-TooeleDeseret Peak11,031Stansbury Mountains2014-11-09
18.WA-SnohomishGlacier Peak10,520Glacier Peak-North Stevens Pass Area2015-06-06
19.WA-WhatcomMount Baker10,781Skagit Range2015-06-09

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