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Showing Petter Bjørstad's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (21 out of 30, or 70%)

RankPeak Elev-M
(Avg)
 Prom-M
(Avg)
Isol-KmStateAscent Date
1.Olympus29172353254.3Central Macedonia/Thessaly2004-09-09
2.Smólikas Óros26371736120.2Epirus2010-07-14
3.Óros Voras2528175851.5Central Macedonia/Western Macedonia2010-07-13
4.Oros Giona25101702160.2Central Greece2010-07-17
5.Mount Ida24562456440.4Crete2006-09-14
6.Óros Parnassos2455158834.5Central Greece2004-09-10
7.Pachnes2453203867.5Crete2006-09-13
8.Óros Taigetos24052345177.7Peloponnesus2004-09-12
9.Óros Killini2374186869.0Peloponnesus2004-09-12
10.Spathi2148179863.7Crete2006-09-17
11.Kerkini2031159543.2Central Macedonia2010-07-12
12.Ágion Óros20302012148.2Mount Athos2010-07-06
13.Profitis Ilias1981121534.4Peloponnesus 
14.Óros Óssa1978185442.3Thessaly2004-09-09
15.Pangaion1956177364.8Eastern Macedonia and Thrace2010-07-08
16.Óros Dírfis17431743106.7Central Greece2004-09-14
17.Óros Aínos16281628103.2Ionian Islands2006-12-02
18.Óros Fengari16111611112.3Eastern Macedonia and Thrace2010-07-10
19.Óros Pílio1610147350.6Thessaly2010-07-18
20.Psili Korifi1589151474.8Western Greece2010-07-15
21.Afentis Stavromenos1476135032.6Crete2006-09-16
22.Mount Kerkis (Kerketevs)14371437145.9Southern Aegean 
23.Makriplani1365103221.4Attica 
24.Pelinéo12971297105.5Northern Aegean1988-07
25.Atáviros12151215123.7Southern Aegean 
25.Mount Lastos12151215127.0Southern Aegean 
27.Stavrota1158115832.9Ionian Islands 
28.Ipsárion1045104556.9Eastern Macedonia and Thrace 
29.Aetheras1037103735.0Northern Aegean 
30.Mount Zeus1003100392.6Southern Aegean 

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