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Ascent List for Richard Carey - 1990

A Log of Peaks, Hikes, Climbs, and Attempts

List is for the year 1990 only - Click "All" below to see all ascents.

This page shows all of Richard Carey'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-FtLocationTR
Picacho Peak1990-01-011920USA-CA 
Cerro Pescadores1990-01-203543Mexico-BCN 
Granite Mountain1990-02-174331USA-CA 
Mopah Point1990-02-243530USA-CA 
Spectre Peak1990-02-254482USA-CA 
Dry Mountain1990-03-108674USA-CA 
Villager Peak1990-03-315756USA-CA 
Weavers Needle1990-04-134553USA-AZ 
Superstition Benchmark1990-04-145057USA-AZ 
Sheep Mountain1990-04-285141USA-CA 
Martinez Mountain1990-04-286562USA-CA 
Beauty Peak1990-05-055548USA-CA 
Iron Spring Mountain1990-05-055755USA-CA 
Thirst Benchmark1990-05-221965USA-CATR
Pico Risco1990-06-234987Mexico-BCN 
Lily Rock1990-06-308000USA-CA 
Butterfly Peak1990-06-306240USA-CATR
Mount Agassiz1990-07-2813,893USA-CA 
Mount Prater1990-08-2513,471USA-CA 
Split Mountain1990-08-2514,058USA-CA 
Mount Tinemaha1990-08-2612,520USA-CA 
Mount Keith1990-09-0713,976USA-CA 
Canyon Point1990-09-295890USA-CA 
Last Chance Mountain1990-09-308456USA-CA 
Mount Palmer1990-10-067958USA-CA 
Grapevine Peak1990-10-078738USA-NV 
Shadow Mountain1990-10-075069USA-CA 
Mera Peak1990-11-1021,247Nepal 

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