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Showing Steve Sheriff's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (4 out of 45, or 8.89%)

RankPeak Elev-Ft  Prom-Ft Ascent Date
1.Wheeler Peak13,06375632011-10-19
2.Mount Moriah12,0674907 
3.Mount Jefferson11,9415861 
4.Charleston Peak11,9168241 
5.North Schell Peak11,88354032011-10-18
6.Arc Dome11,7735213 
7.Currant Mountain11,5134575 
8.Ruby Dome11,3874793 
9.Hole in the Mountain Peak11,3064849 
10.Troy Peak11,2984790 
11.Mount Grant11,2803920 
12.Ward Mountain10,9363656 
13.Table Mountain10,8883648 
14.Pearl Peak10,8483608 
15.Matterhorn10,83846781983-06
16.Mount Rose10,7763630 
17.Pilot Peak10,71657262011-10-22
18.Diamond Peak10,6143594 
19.Cherry Creek Benchmark10,5223734 
20.McAfee Peak10,4384158 
21.Spruce Mountain10,2623930 
22.Roberts Creek Mountain10,1343574 
23.Desatoya Peak99733545 
24.Mount Augusta99664366 
25.Hayford Peak99125392 
26.Star Peak98365400 
27.Mount Tobin97754831 
28.Granite Peak97324397 
29.Mount Lewis96804280 
30.Goshute Peak96103690 
31.Piper Peak94504083 
32.Duffer Peak94284139 
33.Sonoma Peak93963896 
34.Bald Mountain93483748 
35.Lone Mountain91083808 
36.Jackson Mountains High Point90954863 
37.Job Peak87853905 
38.Grapevine Peak87384562 
39.Adam Peak86783558 
40.Mount Moses86493529 
41.Orevada View Benchmark85063548 
42.Virginia Peak83663642 
43.Kumiva Peak82203660 
44.Tohakum Peak81823509 
45.Mormon Peak74144014 

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