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Death Valley NP P500

Showing James Barlow's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (9 out of 43, or 20.93%)

RankPeak Elev-Ft
Ascent Date
1.Telescope Peak11,04862082000-06-03 a
2.Bennett Peak9980540 
3.Sentinel Peak96341594 
4.Porter Peak9101541 
5.Wildrose Peak906413842010-11-12
6.Tin Mountain89534033 
7.Grapevine Peak87384562 
8.Dry Mountain86743634 
9.Wahguyhe Peak86281148 
10.Last Chance Mountain845624162011-10-09
11.Mount Palmer7958758 
12.Nelson Range High Point76961696 
13.White Top Mountain7607727 
14.Pinto Peak75082228 
15.Hunter Mountain74551495 
16.Towne Benchmark728723672013-01-12 a
17.Sandy Point706216622011-10-08
18.Saline Peak70451805 
19.Tucki Mountain672618862013-01-13
20.Pyramid Peak67033743 
21.Panamint Butte65845442013-01-12 b
22.Schwaub Peak64801920 
23.Funeral Peak63843344 
24.Thimble Peak63811101 
25.Lost Burro Benchmark60971237 
26.Smith Mountain59131633 
27.Canyon Point58901130 
28.Corkscrew Peak5804684 
29.Needle Peak580116512011-11-05
30.Mount Perry57161276 
31.Dantes View Peak57047842010-11-14
32.Ubehebe Peak56781678 
33.Boundary Benchmark54641224 
34.Border Monument 93 Peak5064784 
35.Winters Peak50331213 
36.Brown Peak49471684 
37.Sugarloaf Peak48201425 
38.Striped Butte4774575 
39.Owlshead Mountains High Point44091994 
40.Salsberry Peak4255893 
41.Death Valley Buttes3017757 
42.Jubilee Mountain25591231 
43.Ibex Benchmark25561097 

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