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P1k within 100 mi of San Clemente

Showing James Barlow's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (29 out of 101, or 28.71%)

RankPeak Elev-Ft
Isol-MiCountryRadius-MiBearingAscent Date
1.San Gorgonio Mountain11,4998294162.5United States64.82NE2011-06-11 a
2.San Jacinto Peak10,839835920.3United States59.97ENE2001-03-23
3.Mount San Antonio10,064626442.5United States59.6N2011-05-30 a
4.Sugarloaf Mountain995219925.0United States70.29NE 
5.Mount Baden-Powell939928397.5United States64.96N2012-06-23 c
6.Telegraph Peak898511832.6United States57.67N 
7.Cucamonga Peak885913392.8United States55.02N 
8.Toro Peak8716403620.7United States68.69E2015-05-25 c
9.Ontario Peak869310392.2United States55.33N 
10.Butler Peak853517759.1United States67NNE 
11.Delamar Mountain839812784.3United States70.89NNE 
12.Arctic Point833610163.6United States74.19NNE2012-05-20
13.Waterman Mountain803814784.8United States65.55NNW 
14.Pleasant View Ridge798310242.3United States68.69NNW 
15.Keller Peak788210824.0United States62.18NNE2010-08-15 a
16.Twin Peaks776112811.5United States64.02NNW 
17.Palm View Peak720012402.4United States61.32ENE 
18.Pacifico Mountain712415635.9United States70.29NNW 
19.Thomas Mountain682519856.5United States55.18ENE2011-12-31 c
20.Rabbit Peak6680128012.4United States79.14E2012-03-04 a
21.Peak 6582658211024.6United States74.95E 
22.Martinez Mountain656217625.1United States73.55E2015-04-18 a
23.Mount Gleason656017206.1United States73.18NNW 
24.Hot Springs Mountain6533265316.6United States60.06E2011-03-12 a
25.Cuyamaca Peak6512286625.4United States66.93ESE2011-03-13 a
26.Cuyapaipe Peak6378161814.1United States81ESE 
27.Ord Mountain6309326922.8United States97.55NNE2011-11-20
28.Combs Peak619313935.7United States58.08E 
29.East Ord Mountain616815083.9United States96.85NNE2011-03-27
30.Strawberry Peak616416445.6United States65.99NNW 
31.San Gabriel Peak616116013.0United States62.94NNW 
32.Palomar Mountain6140285613.5United States44.96E 
33.North Peak599313134.3United States66.03ESE 
34.Quail Mountain5813233321.5United States88.39ENE2010-12-26 b
35.Sunset Peak579612732.4United States54.74N 
36.Iron Spring Mountain575511156.7United States52.76E2012-04-22 b
37.Queen Mountain572013208.7United States97.05ENE2010-11-20 a
38.Volcan Mountain571915999.1United States60.08ESE 
39.Bailey Peak569910197.8United States59.14NNE 
40.Santiago Peak5687440733.6United States20.1NNE2011-05-01 b
41.Cahuilla Mountain563515956.5United States48.84ENE 
42.Granite Mountain563319936.9United States70.41ESE 
43.West Ord Mountain552511255.6United States93.41NNE 
44.Little Berdoo Peak548011208.0United States92.6ENE2013-01-05 b
45.Monrovia Peak540915695.3United States58.08NNW 
46.Mile High Mountain536011701.8United States82.01E2012-03-03 b
47.Whale Peak534927009.6United States79.77ESE 
48.Sidewinder Mountain527314838.2United States87.95NNE 
49.Asbestos Mountain526513055.5United States67.83ENE2011-12-31 a
50.Odell Benchmark5217181711.0United States84.98NNW 
51.Mount Lukens507418344.0United States68.41NNW 
52.Harrison Mountain474314033.8United States57.2NNE 
53.Angel Mountain455511955.2United States50.71ESE 
54.Jacumba Mountain451213123.7United States97.79ESE2012-12-08
55.Jupiter Mountain449810773.0United States92.69NNW 
56.South Angel448110812.4United States52.92ESE 
57.Cerro Bola4265249420.3Mexico94.55SE2012-04-16
58.Pine Mountain422111804.4United States45.46ESE 
59.Viejas Mountain418716678.1United States64.46SE 
60.Shadow Mountains High Point4120124517.4United States90.58N 
61.Fernando 2 Benchmark400312835.6United States78.96NW 
62.Storm Canyon Mountain390210222.3United States77.94ESE 
63.Tecate Peak3885192510.7United States79.31SE 
64.Gaskill Peak383612367.4United States70.34SE 
65.Lyons Peak376014403.8United States70.15SE 
66.Oat Mountain374719679.9United States84.32NW 
67.El Cajon Mountain367519956.6United States57.88SE2015-04-09
68.Sunset Mountain365710973.3United States80.29ESE 
69.Otay Mountain356621268.8United States72.69SE2011-03-06 b
70.Coyote Mountain319216325.9United States74.25E 
71.Margarita Peak3189106910.3United States12.82E 
72.Verdugo Mountain316013844.4United States66.6NW 
73.Sandstone Peak3111221121.4United States89.68WNW2011-09-25 a
74.Box Spring Mountain310012002.7United States41.56NNE 
75.Woodson Mountain289414949.7United States47SE2012-12-14
76.Saddle Peak East2850176016.1United States74.95NW 
77.Castro Peak282410377.5United States81.35NW 
78.Cerro San Isidro282220354.7Mexico77.55SE 
79.Stage Benchmark281610562.7United States84.47ESE 
80.Estelle Mountain276712175.4United States25.94NNE 
81.Mount Russell270411096.0United States42.13NE 
82.Bernasconi Hills High Point268910293.6United States39.22NE 
83.Lakeview Mountains High Point267311685.7United States37.75NE 
84.San Miguel Mountain256515658.6United States63.86SE 
85.Nielson Benchmark241611568.6United States28.08E 
86.Eagle Benchmark2371169110.6United States98.09ESE 
87.Rainbow Peak234910461.2United States27E 
88.Flinn Peak225810185.2United States60.33SE 
89.Coolidge Benchmark224210625.5United States88.57E 
90.Mount Jurupa221711678.4United States42.94NNE 
91.Pala Mountain216011404.6United States33.43E 
92.Mount Orizaba2125212549.4United States46.72W 
93.Jamul Mountains205910593.3United States66.74SE 
94.Ladyface203610663.5United States82.7NW 
95.Thirst Benchmark1965196533.8United States61.33SW 
96.Cahuenga Peak182010305.3United States63.93NW 
97.Silver Peak1804180410.4United States55.2W 
98.Mount Whitney (San Diego Co)173610567.1United States34.34SE 
99.San Onofre Mountain172510058.2United States8.03ESE2000-08
100.Cowles Mountain159110119.4United States54.1SE2011-03-03 a
101.San Pedro Hill1480137823.6United States47.17WNW 

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