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Fifty Highest CoHPs

Showing Bob Packard's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (45 out of 50, or 90%)

RankCountyPeak Elev-Ft Range (Level 4) Prom-Ft Ascent Date
1.AK-DenaliMount McKinley20,320West-Central Alaska Range20,1561990-06 a1
2.AK-Yakutat/YT-YukonMount Saint Elias18,008Southern Icefield Ranges11,184 
3.AK-Valdez-CordovaMount Bona16,500Northern Saint Elias Mountains6800 
4.AK-Hoonah-Angoon/BC-Stikine RegionMount Fairweather15,325Fairweather Range12,963 
5.AK-Matanuska-SusitnaMount Hunter14,573West-Central Alaska Range4623 
6.CA-Inyo/CA-TulareMount Whitney14,495Sequoia Sierra Nevada10,0751982-07 a5
7.CO-LakeMount Elbert14,433Sawatch Range90731977-08 a2
8.CO-ChaffeeMount Harvard14,420Sawatch Range23401981-07 a1
9.WA-PierceMount Rainier14,411South Washington Cascades13,2101986-07 a8
10.CO-Alamosa/CO-CostillaBlanca Peak14,345Sangre de Cristo Range53261977-07 b1
11.CO-Alamosa/CO-CostillaBlanca Peak-Northeast Slope14,320Sangre de Cristo Range01977-07
12.CO-HinsdaleUncompahgre Peak14,309San Juan Mountains42771974-08 a2
13.CO-SaguacheCrestone Peak14,294Sangre de Cristo Range45341977-07 b6
14.CO-ParkMount Lincoln14,286Central Colorado Ranges38621977-08 a6
15.CO-Clear Creek/CO-SummitGrays Peak14,270Front Range27501979-08 a2
16.CO-Gunnison/CO-PitkinCastle Peak14,265Elk Range Area23451980-08 a3
17.CO-BoulderLongs Peak14,255Front Range29401982-08 a7
18.CA-MonoWhite Mountain Peak14,246West Great Basin Ranges71961982-07 a4
18.CO-DoloresMount Wilson14,246San Juan Mountains40241974-07
20.CA-Fresno/CA-InyoNorth Palisade14,242Central Sierra Nevada28941987-08 a7
21.CO-Custer/CO-SaguacheCrestone Peak-East Peak14,240Sangre de Cristo Range401996-08 a1
22.CA-SiskiyouMount Shasta14,162California Cascades97621973-06 a7
23.CO-OurayMount Sneffels14,150San Juan Mountains30301975-07 a2
24.CO-El PasoPikes Peak14,110Front Range55101980-08 a6
25.CO-La PlataWindom Peak14,087San Juan Mountains21671980-07 a2
26.CO-San MiguelWilson Peak14,017San Juan Mountains8571975-07 a1
27.CO-EagleMount of the Holy Cross14,005Sawatch Range21111978-08 a8
28.CO-Mineral/CO-SaguachePhoenix Peak13,895San Juan Mountains14951988-08 a2
29.CO-San Juan/CO-San MiguelVermilion Peak13,894San Juan Mountains21051982-09 a3
30.AK-Southeast FairbanksMount Hayes13,832Hayes Range11,482 
31.WY-Fremont/WY-SubletteGannett Peak13,804Wind River Range70761983-08 a4
32.HI-HawaiiMauna Kea13,796Hawaii Big Island13,7961985-07 a8
33.WY-TetonGrand Teton13,770Teton Range-Yellowstone Area65301987-07 e8
34.CO-Huerfano/CO-Las AnimasWest Spanish Peak13,626Sangre de Cristo Range36661989-11 a1
35.CO-LarimerHagues Peak13,560Front Range24001995-08 a8
36.CO-Clear Creek/CO-GrandPettingell Peak13,553Front Range15631994-08 b5
37.UT-DuchesneKings Peak13,528Uinta Range63481980-08 a1
38.UT-Duchesne/UT-SummitGilbert Peak13,442Uinta Range15541997-08 d7
39.CO-ArchuletaSummit Peak13,300San Juan Mountains27401996-08 b8
40.CO-Clear Creek/CO-GilpinJames Peak13,294Front Range6941996-08 g3
41.CO-MontezumaHesperus Mountain13,232San Juan Mountains28321985-07 a7
42.CO-Rio GrandeBennett Peak13,203San Juan Mountains17231996-08 b1
43.CO-ConejosConejos Peak13,172San Juan Mountains18921996-08 b5
44.WY-Big Horn/WY-JohnsonCloud Peak13,167Bighorn Mountains70671988-08 a1
45.NM-TaosWheeler Peak13,161Sangre de Cristo Range34091974-06 a1
46.WY-ParkFrancs Peak13,153Absaroka Range40561997-09 a2
47.CA-MaderaMount Ritter13,143Yosemite-Ritter Sierra Nevada39571996-07 b9
48.NV-EsmeraldaBoundary Peak13,140West Great Basin Ranges2531982-07 a2
49.CA-Madera/CA-TuolumneMount Lyell13,114Yosemite-Ritter Sierra Nevada18941988-07 a4
50.CO-Fremont/CO-SaguacheBushnell Peak13,105Sangre de Cristo Range23851994-07 b1

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