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Showing Petter Bjørstad's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (31 out of 75, or 41.33%)

RankPeak Elev-M
(Avg)
 Prom-M
(Avg)
Isol-KmStateAscent Date
1.Mont Blanc481046972812.0Rhône-Alpes/Valle d’Aosta1974-08-19
2.Matterhorn4478102713.9Valle d’Aosta/Valais 
3.Gran Paradiso4061187944.6Valle d’Aosta2008-04-19
4.Ortles3905195349.7Trentino-Alto Adige2008-08-30
5.Monte Viso3841206260.6Piedmont2009-07-10
6.Monte Disgrazia3678111615.5Lombardy 
7.Cima Presanella3558167618.4Trentino-Alto Adige2004-07-19
8.Monte Leone3552114312.3Piedmont/Valais 
9.Aiguille de Scolette3506106914.4Rhône-Alpes/Piedmont 
10.Cima de Piazzi3439121217.0Lombardy 
11.Hochgall3436114813.8Trentino-Alto Adige 
12.Cima Viola337410817.9Lombardy 
13.Marmolada3342213057.4Trentino-Alto Adige/Veneto2004-07-17
14.Etna33233323998.8Sicily2005-07-17
15.Argentera3297129553.1Piedmont 
16.Pizzo Tambo3279116618.7Graubünden/Lombardy 
17.Monte Antelao3264173531.3Veneto2013-08-30
18.Le Tofane3243136818.7Veneto 
19.Monte Cristallo3221141610.7Veneto 
20.Monte Civetta3220145415.9Veneto 
21.Punta Sorapiss320510857.2Veneto 
22.Piz Sesvenna3204105421.7Graubünden/Trentino-Alto Adige 
23.Cima della Vezzana3192127316.1Trentino-Alto Adige/Veneto 
24.Langkofel3181112511.8Trentino-Alto Adige 
25.Cima Brenta3151149818.7Trentino-Alto Adige2013-09-14
26.Hohe Gaisl314611337.5Trentino-Alto Adige 
27.Dreischusterspitze3145139313.7Trentino-Alto Adige 
28.Pizzo di Coca3050187823.2Lombardy2009-07-21
29.Corno Grande29122476445.3Abruzzi2004-07-10
30.Latemar284210978.9Trentino-Alto Adige 
31.Monte Amaro2793181060.3Abruzzi2012-07-07
32.Monte Coglians2780114436.7Kärnten/Friuli-Venezia Giulia 
33.Jôf di Montasio2753159731.6Friuli-Venezia Giulia2012-07-16
34.Cima di Preti2706142017.3Friuli-Venezia Giulia/Veneto 
35.Màngart2677106512.8Friuli-Venezia Giulia 
36.Kanin258714038.4Friuli-Venezia Giulia 
37.Monte Terza Grande2586127713.6Veneto 
38.Monte Brentoni254810174.5Veneto 
39.Sass de Mura2547117812.7Veneto 
40.Monte Vettore2476146341.6Marche2012-07-08
41.Col Nudo2472164512.8Friuli-Venezia Giulia/Veneto2004-07-14
42.Grigna Settentrionale2410168712.6Lombardy2007-07-18
43.Cima Dódici2336187422.6Veneto/Trentino-Alto Adige2004-07-16
44.Monte Togano2299147222.0Piedmont2013-09-20
45.Serra Dolcedorme22671715258.3Calabria2005-07-20
46.Cima Carega2259118537.5Trentino-Alto Adige 
47.Monte Cadria2254143414.9Trentino-Alto Adige2012-07-13
48.Piz di Mezzodi224012489.1Veneto 
49.Monte Pasúbio223210708.3Trentino-Alto Adige 
50.Cima Valdritta2218195022.3Veneto/Trentino-Alto Adige2004-07-20
51.Zuc dal Bôr2195111213.5Friuli-Venezia Giulia 
52.Gridone2188123119.6Piedmont 
53.Monte Bondone2180168521.4Trentino-Alto Adige2007-09-22
54.Monte Cimone21651577168.4Emilia-Romagna2007-07-06
55.La Paganella212410998.0Trentino-Alto Adige 
56.Monte Caplone1976123414.2Trentino-Alto Adige/Lombardy2012-07-12
57.Monte Tamai1970101113.6Friuli-Venezia Giulia 
58.Montalto1955170990.5Calabria2005-07-18
59.Monte Verzegnis1914112714.4Friuli-Venezia Giulia 
60.Punta la Marmora18341834207.0Sardegna2005-07-15
61.Monte Misone180310404.8Trentino-Alto Adige2012-07-14
62.Monte Grappa1775145625.8Veneto2012-07-11
63.Col Visentin1763129516.6Veneto2012-07-11
64.La Marzola173810557.6Trentino-Alto Adige 
65.Monte Amiata17331485113.1Tuscany2012-07-06
66.Monte Generoso1701131720.5Ticino/Lombardy 
67.Monte San Primo168614079.8Lombardy 
68.Matajur164213929.3Friuli-Venezia Giulia 
69.Pizzo Formico1636105011.1Lombardy 
70.Monte San Simeone150512056.6Friuli-Venezia Giulia 
71.il Mottarone1491113020.3Piedmont 
72.Monte Torrezzo1378103110.4Lombardy 
73.Monte Limbara1359106487.7Sardegna 
74.Monte Línas1236121074.3Sardegna 
75.Monte Capanne1017101761.3Tuscany2012-07-05

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