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

RankCountyPeak Elev-M Range (Level 5)Ascent Date
5.AK-SitkaBaranof Island High Point1643  
19.NY-KingsBattle Hill67Northeast Islands/Cape CodUnknown
10.ME-HancockCadillac Mountain466Eastern Maine CoastUnknown
11.WA-IslandCamano Island High Point177Whidbey Island GroupUnknown
16.VT-Grand IsleGrand Isle High Point85Northern Green Mountains2003-07-03
2.HI-MauiHaleakala3055East Maui2009-03-16
14.NY-NassauHarbor Hill110Northeast Islands/Cape CodUnknown
13.NY-SuffolkJaynes Hill116Northeast Islands/Cape CodUnknown
21.NC-DareJockeys Ridge30Eastern Carolina Piedmont2014-08-01
8.HI-HonoluluKaala1231Waianae Mountains 
26.FL-MonroeLignumvitae Key High Point6Florida Peninsula2010-12-24
23.NC-CurrituckLuark Hill20Eastern Carolina Piedmont2014-08-01
17.NY-New YorkManhattan High Point81Northeast Islands/Cape CodUnknown
15.MA-DukesMarthas Vineyard High Point95Northeast Islands/Cape CodUnknown
1.HI-HawaiiMauna Kea4205 2009-03-13
9.WA-San JuanMount Constitution734San Juan Islands2001-07-29
4.AK-Aleutians WestMount Vsevidof2149Fox Islands 
18.NY-QueensNorth Shore Towers Country Club79Northeast Islands/Cape CodUnknown
24.NC-HydeOcracoke Island High Point8Eastern Carolina Piedmont 
7.HI-KalawaoPuu Alii1280Molokai 
25.LA-Saint BernardSaint Bernard Parish High Point7Mississippi-Tennessee-Tombigee 
22.LA-Saint MarySaint Mary Parish High Point30Plains of South Louisiana 
20.MA-NantucketSankaty Head34Northeast Islands/Cape Cod2003-10-10
3.AK-Aleutians EastShishaldin Volcano2869Unimak Island 
12.NY-RichmondTodt Hill125Northeast Islands/Cape Cod2003-12-12

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