Counties with Largest Area
Showing Bob Sumner's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (22 out of 50, or 44%)
|Rank||County||Peak|| Elev-Ft ||Range (Level 5)||Area-SqMi||Ascent Date|
|1.||CA-Riverside||San Jacinto Peak||10,839||San Jacinto Mountains||7,305||1986-06-09|
|2.||CA-San Bernardino||San Gorgonio Mountain||11,499||San Bernardino Mountains||20,108||1986-06-14|
|3.||NV-Clark||Charleston Peak||11,916||Spring Mountains||8,089||1986-09-02|
|4.||AZ-Coconino||Humphreys Peak||12,633||Flagstaff Area||18,659||1987-06-20|
|5.||CA-Inyo||Mount Whitney||14,495||Mount Whitney Group||10,224||1987-07-23|
|6.||OR-Douglas||Mount Thielsen||9182||Crater Lake Area||5,061||1987-08-17|
|7.||CA-Kern||Sawmill Mountain||8818||San Emigdio Mountains||8,161||1988-05-22|
|8.||NV-Washoe||Mount Rose||10,776||Carson Range||6,543||1988-07-27|
|9.||CA-Siskiyou||Mount Shasta||14,162||Mount Shasta Area||6,338||1988-08-21|
|10.||AZ-Yuma||Signal Peak||4877||Kofa Area||5,522||1989-01-15|
|11.||NV-Nye||Mount Jefferson||11,941||Toquima Range||18,147||1993-05-29|
|12.||NV-Elko||Ruby Dome||11,387||Ruby-East Humboldt Mountains||17,180||1993-07-02|
|13.||NV-White Pine||Wheeler Peak||13,063||Snake Range||8,888||1993-07-03|
|14.||AZ-Mohave||Hualapai Peak||8417||Hualapai Mountains||13,468||2003-04-07|
|15.||NV-Lander||Bunker Hill||11,473||Toiyabe Range||5,514||2005-07-03|
|16.||NV-Lincoln||Mount Grafton-South Ridge||10,640||Schell Creek Range||10,632||2008-08-30|
|17.||NV-Pershing||Star Peak||9836||Southeast Humboldt River Ranges||6,060||2009-06-19|
|18.||NV-Humboldt||Granite Peak||9732||Santa Rosa Mountains||9,644||2009-06-20|
|19.||OR-Harney||Steens Mountain||9733||Steens Mountain Area||10,208||2012-09-03|
|20.||ID-Owyhee||Cinnabar Mountain||8403||Owyhee Mountains||7,684||2012-09-09|
|21.||UT-Box Elder||Bull Mountain||9934||Northwest Salt Lake Ranges||5,775||2012-09-10|
|22.||UT-Tooele||Deseret Peak||11,031||Stansbury Mountains||7,000||2012-10-07|
| ||CA-Fresno||North Palisade||14,242||Palisades||6,012|| |
| ||WY-Fremont||Gannett Peak||13,804||Northern Wind River Range||9,249|| |
| ||WY-Park||Francs Peak||13,153||Southern Absaroka Range||6,953|| |
| ||NM-Rio Arriba||Truchas Peak||13,102||Santa Fe Mountains||5,895|| |
| ||UT-San Juan||Mount Peale||12,721||La Sal Mountains||7,929|| |
| ||WY-Albany||Medicine Bow Peak||12,013||Medicine Bow Mountains||4,303|| |
| ||NM-Otero||Sierra Blanca Peak||11,973||Sacramento Mountains||6,631|| |
| ||AZ-Apache||Mount Baldy||11,403||White Mountains||11,218|| |
| ||MT-Beaverhead||Tweedy Mountain||11,154||Pioneer Mountains||5,559|| |
| ||NM-Catron||Whitewater Baldy||10,895||Mogollon Mountains||6,931|| |
| ||NM-Socorro||South Baldy||10,783||West-Central Rio Grande Area||6,651|| |
| ||UT-Millard||Mine Camp Peak||10,222||Pavant Range||6,822|| |
| ||AZ-Cochise||Chiricahua Peak||9759||Chiricahua Area||6,223|| |
| ||WY-Sweetwater||Pine Mountain||9550||East Flaming Gorge Area||10,476|| |
| ||ID-Idaho||Bare Peak Northwest||9439||Central Bitteroot Range||8,482|| |
| ||NM-San Juan||Beautiful Mountain||9388||Chuska Mountains||5,537|| |
| ||NM-McKinley||Cerros de Alejandro||9166||North San Mateo Mountains||5,455|| |
| ||AZ-Pima||Mount Lemmon||9157||Huachuca Area||9,195|| |
| ||OR-Lake||Crane Mountain||8456||Warner Mountains||8,344|| |
| ||AZ-Navajo||Black Mesa High Point||8168||Hopi-Navajo Mesas||9,959|| |
| ||OR-Malheur||Oregon Canyon Mountains Peak||8027||Trout Creek Area||9,912|| |
| ||AZ-Yavapai||Mount Union||7979||Prescott Area||8,129|| |
| ||AZ-Gila||Myrtle Point||7960||Mogollon Rim||4,797|| |
| ||TX-Brewster||Emory Peak||7825||Big Bend Ranges||6,200|| |
| ||NM-Chaves||One Tree Peak||7089||Sacramento Mountains||6,078|| |
| ||NE-Cherry||Hazel Benchmark||4206||Sand Hills||6,000|| |
| ||ME-Aroostook||Peaked Mountain||2220||Northern Maine||6,809|| |
| ||MN-Saint Louis||Pike Mountain||1950||Northern Minnesota Ranges||6,719|| |
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This list shows the highest points of the 50 largest counties in the US outside of Alaska. All but four of them are in nine western states. There is one each in Texas, Nebraska, Minnesota, and Maine.
Thanks to John Hasch for suggesting the addition of the Area column, greatly improving the usefulness of this list.
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