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Showing Keith Christensen's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (25 out of 36, or 69.44%)

RankPeak Elev-Ft  Prom-Ft Ascent Date
1.San Jacinto Peak10,83983192002-11
2.Toro Peak871639962005-10-09
3.Palm View Peak716011602011-04-26
4.Thomas Mountain682519452009-06-07
5.Rabbit Peak664012002007-03-04
6.Peak 658265821062 
7.Martinez Mountain656217222005-10-08
8.Quail Mountain581322932005-11-12
9.Iron Spring Mountain575510752007-04-07
10.Santiago Peak568743872006-11-24
11.Cahuilla Mountain563515552007-10-13
12.Little Berdoo Peak544010402005-12-30
13.Eagle Mountain535022302008-12-13
14.Asbestos Mountain526512652005-10-09
15.Monument Mountain483411342013-11-30
16.Black Butte45042844 
17.Cottonwood Mountains High Point449311532013-11-30
18.Spectre Peak448225462008-05-16
19.Granite Mountain433133142012-04-07
20.Pinto Mountain398312532009-01-03
21.Palen Mountains High Point384823392012-04-08
22.Orocopia Mountains High Point381520952008-12-28
23.South Palen36191454 
24.Chuckwalla Mountains High Point344614262012-02-20
25.Big Maria Mountains High Point338122982009-11-07
26.Outlaw Benchmark32911290 
27.Box Spring Mountain308011602013-11-16
28.McCoy Mountain28281909 
29.Estelle Mountain27671217 
30.Mount Russell270411092010-05-09
31.Bernasconi Hills High Point26891029 
32.Lakeview Mountains High Point26731168 
33.West Riverside Mountain26671717 
34.Nielson Benchmark24161136 
35.Rainbow Peak23491046 
36.Mount Jurupa221711672013-11-16

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