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Showing Fred Lobdell's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (17 out of 26, or 65.38%)

RankCountyPeak Elev-Ft Range (Level 5)Ascent Date
5.AK-SitkaBaranof Island High Point5390  
19.NY-KingsBattle Hill220Northeast Islands/Cape Cod1997-06-19
10.ME-HancockCadillac Mountain1528Eastern Maine Coast1995-08-09
11.WA-IslandCamano Island High Point580Whidbey Island Group 
16.VT-Grand IsleGrand Isle High Point279Northern Green Mountains1998-08-04
2.HI-MauiHaleakala10,023East Maui2015-04-25
14.NY-NassauHarbor Hill360Northeast Islands/Cape Cod2002-05-04
13.NY-SuffolkJaynes Hill380Northeast Islands/Cape Cod1999-05-23
21.NC-DareJockeys Ridge100Eastern Carolina Piedmont1995-02-26
8.HI-HonoluluKaala4040Waianae Mountains 
26.FL-MonroeLignumvitae Key High Point19Florida Peninsula2000-02-06
23.NC-CurrituckLuark Hill66Eastern Carolina Piedmont1997-01-04
17.NY-New YorkManhattan High Point265Northeast Islands/Cape Cod2001-11-11
15.MA-DukesMarthas Vineyard High Point311Northeast Islands/Cape Cod1995-07-06
1.HI-HawaiiMauna Kea13,796 1993-06-06
9.WA-San JuanMount Constitution2407San Juan Islands2012-06-11
4.AK-Aleutians WestMount Vsevidof7051Fox Islands 
18.NY-QueensNorth Shore Towers Country Club260Northeast Islands/Cape Cod1999-05-23
24.NC-HydeOcracoke Island High Point27Eastern Carolina Piedmont1998-04-12
7.HI-KalawaoPuu Alii4199Molokai 
25.LA-Saint BernardSaint Bernard Parish High Point22Mississippi-Tennessee-Tombigee 
22.LA-Saint MarySaint Mary Parish High Point97Plains of South Louisiana 
20.MA-NantucketSankaty Head111Northeast Islands/Cape Cod1999-05-21
3.AK-Aleutians EastShishaldin Volcano9414Unimak Island 
12.NY-RichmondTodt Hill410Northeast Islands/Cape Cod1997-06-19

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