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Ascent List for Lisa Berntsen - 2014

A Log of Peaks, Hikes, Climbs, and Attempts

List is for the year 2014 only - Click "All" below to see all ascents.

This page shows all of Lisa Berntsen's mountain trips that have been entered on this site. Its focus is on the individual climbs, not the peaks themselves, and provides information about the ascent route, elevation gain, distance, route conditions, and gear used for each trip.

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Peak NameAscent Date
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Elev-FtLocation
Pyramid Mountain2014-01-053100USA-WA
Tumtum Peak2014-01-184678USA-WA
Shadow Mountain2014-02-092231USA-CA
Tahquitz Peak2014-02-108846USA-CA
Colonel Bob Lookout2014-06-144480USA-WA
Colonel Bob2014-06-144510USA-WA
Martin Peak2014-07-134880USA-WA
Virginia Peak2014-07-134880USA-WA
August Peak2014-07-134680USA-WA
Mount Roosevelt2014-07-185835USA-WA
Second Mother Mountain2014-07-266375USA-WA
Echo Rock2014-08-097870USA-WA
Tolmie Peak2014-08-105920USA-WA
Burroughs Mountain2014-08-167828USA-WA
Second Burroughs Mountain2014-08-167402USA-WA
Mount Fremont2014-08-167317USA-WA
First Burroughs Mountain2014-08-167160USA-WA
Antler Peak2014-08-167017USA-WA
Dege Peak2014-08-167006USA-WA
McNeeley Peak2014-08-166786USA-WA
Mount Fremont Lookout2014-08-167181USA-WA
Norse Peak2014-08-176856USA-WA
Chinook Peak2014-08-236904USA-WA
Crystal Peak2014-08-236595USA-WA
Mount Claywood2014-09-026836USA-WA
Mount Cameron-Middle Peak2014-09-037120USA-WA
Lost Peak2014-09-036515USA-WA
Mount Cameron2014-09-037190USA-WA
Sentinel Peak2014-09-046592USA-WA

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