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Showing Charlie Winger's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (55 out of 96, or 57.29%)

RankgeognsPeak Elev-Ft Range (Level 4)Ascent Date
1.USA-AlaskaMount McKinley20,320West-Central Alaska Range1984-05-20
2.Canada-Yukon TerritoryMount Logan19,541Southern Icefield Ranges 
3.Mexico-PueblaPico de Orizaba18,491Eastern NeovolcanicaUnknown
3.Mexico-VeracruzPico de Orizaba18,491Eastern NeovolcanicaUnknown
5.Mexico-MorelosVolcán Popocatépetl17,717Central NeovolcanicaUnknown
5.Mexico-MéxicoVolcán Popocatépetl17,717Central NeovolcanicaUnknown
7.Canada-British ColumbiaMount Fairweather15,325Fairweather Range 
8.Mexico-TlaxcalaVolcán La Malinche14,501Eastern Neovolcanica 
9.USA-CaliforniaMount Whitney14,495Sequoia Sierra Nevada1986-10-10
10.USA-ColoradoMount Elbert14,433Sawatch Range1975-07-01
11.USA-WashingtonMount Rainier14,411South Washington Cascades1981-07-03
12.Mexico-JaliscoNevado de Colima13,976Western Neovolcanica 
13.USA-WyomingGannett Peak13,804Wind River Range1996-07-24
14.USA-HawaiiMauna Kea13,796Hawaii Big Island1997-02-18
15.USA-UtahKings Peak13,528Uinta Range1998-09-22
16.Mexico-ChiapasVolcán Tacaná13,343  
17.USA-New MexicoWheeler Peak13,161Sangre de Cristo Range2005-12-31
18.USA-NevadaBoundary Peak13,140West Great Basin Ranges1997-09-14
19.Mexico-Distrito FederalCerro Ajusco12,917Central Neovolcanica 
20.USA-MontanaGranite Peak12,799Absaroka Range1997-08-09
21.USA-IdahoBorah Peak12,662Lost River-Lemhi Ranges1998-09-24
22.USA-ArizonaHumphreys Peak12,633Central Arizona Highlands1997-09-19
23.Mexico-MichoacánCerro Tancítaro12,598Western Neovolcanica 
24.Mexico-ColimaVolcán de Colima12,533Western Neovolcanica 
25.Canada-AlbertaMount Columbia12,274Central Main Ranges 
26.Mexico-Nuevo LeónCerro el Potosí12,205  
26.Mexico-CoahuilaCerro San Rafael12,205  
28.Mexico-OaxacaCerro el Nacimiento12,139  
29.Mexico-GuerreroCerro Teotepec11,614  
30.Mexico-TamaulipasCerro Peña Nevada11,483  
31.USA-OregonMount Hood11,239Oregon Cascades1997-06-16
32.Mexico-HidalgoCerro La Peña de Tepozán11,056Eastern Neovolcanica 
33.Mexico-GuanajuatoCerro El Zamorano11,024  
33.Mexico-QuerétaroCerro El Zamorano11,024  
35.Mexico-DurangoCerro Gordo10,997  
36.Mexico-ChihuahuaCerro Mohinora10,837  
37.Mexico-ZacatecasCerro El Refugio10,499  
38.Mexico-San Luis PotosíCerro Grande10,433  
39.Mexico-Baja CaliforniaPicacho del Diablo10,154Northern Baja California1990-02-24
40.Mexico-AguascalientesSierra Fría9908  
41.Mexico-SinaloaCerro Alto Tapanco9695  
42.Canada-Northwest TerritoriesMount Nirvana9098Backbone Ranges 
43.Mexico-NayaritCerro Del Faro9055  
44.Mexico-SonoraCerro San Jose8858  
45.USA-TexasGuadalupe Peak8749Trans-Pecos Texas Ranges1998-09-06
46.Canada-NunavutBarbeau Peak8583Ellesmere Island 
47.USA-South DakotaHarney Peak7242Black Hills1998-09-13
48.Mexico-Baja California SurSierra La Laguna High Point6824Southern Baja California 
49.USA-North CarolinaMount Mitchell6684Central Blue Ridge Ranges1998-10-16
50.USA-TennesseeClingmans Dome6643Great Smoky Mountains1998-10-20
51.USA-New HampshireMount Washington6288White Mountains1999-06-14
52.USA-VirginiaMount Rogers5729Western Blue Ridge Ranges1998-10-16
53.USA-NebraskaPanorama Point5426Central Great Plains1998-12-09
54.Canada-NewfoundlandMount Caubvick5420Torngat Mountains 
55.Canada-QuébecMont D'Iberville5419Torngat Mountains 
56.USA-New YorkMount Marcy5344Adirondack Mountains1999-06-17
57.USA-MaineKatahdin5268Longfellow Mountains1999-06-13
58.USA-OklahomaBlack Mesa4973Southern Great Plains1998-09-08
59.USA-West VirginiaSpruce Knob4861Allegheny Mountains1999-06-10
60.USA-GeorgiaBrasstown Bald4784Southern Blue Ridge Front1998-10-15
61.Canada-SaskatchewanSaskatchewan High Point4567Canadian Great Plains 
62.USA-VermontMount Mansfield4393Green Mountains1999-06-16
63.USA-KentuckyBlack Mountain4139Cumberland Mountains1998-10-17
64.USA-KansasMount Sunflower4039Central Great Plains1998-10-08
65.Mexico-TabascoTabasco High Point3806  
66.USA-South CarolinaSassafras Mountain3554Southern Blue Ridge Front1998-10-15
67.USA-North DakotaWhite Butte3506Northern US Great Plains1998-09-13
68.USA-MassachusettsMount Greylock3487Taconic Range1999-06-11
69.USA-MarylandBackbone Mountain3360Allegheny Mountains1999-09-06
70.USA-PennsylvaniaMount Davis3213Allegheny Mountains1999-09-06
71.USA-ArkansasMagazine Mountain2753Ouachita Mountains1998-10-12
72.Canada-ManitobaBaldy Mountain2726Canadian Great Plains 
73.Canada-New BrunswickMount Carleton2690Gulf of Saint Lawrence Appalachians 
74.USA-AlabamaCheaha Mountain2405Southern Appalachian Ridges1998-10-21
75.USA-ConnecticutMount Frissell-South Slope2372Taconic Range1999-11-06
76.USA-MinnesotaEagle Mountain2301Superior Upland1999-05-09
77.Canada-OntarioIshpatina Ridge2274Northern Ontario 
78.USA-MichiganMount Arvon1978Superior Upland1999-05-10
79.USA-WisconsinTimms Hill1951Superior Upland1999-11-05
80.USA-New JerseyHigh Point1803Northern Appalachian Ridges1999-06-10
81.USA-MissouriTaum Sauk Mountain1772Ozark Plateau1998-10-13
82.Canada-Nova ScotiaWhite Hill1755Nova Scotia 
83.USA-IowaHawkeye Point1670Northern US Great Plains1999-08-05
84.USA-OhioCampbell Hill1549Lower Peninsula-Heartland1999-05-12
85.Mexico-CampecheCerro Champerico1280  
86.USA-IndianaHoosier Hill1257Lower Peninsula-Heartland1999-05-13
87.USA-IllinoisCharles Mound1235Upper Mississippi Area1999-11-05
88.USA-Rhode IslandJerimoth Hill812New England Upland1999-11-06
89.USA-MississippiWoodall Mountain806Cumberland Plateau1998-10-14
90.Mexico-Quintana RooCerro El Charro787  
91.Mexico-YucatánCerro Benito Juaréz689  
92.USA-LouisianaDriskill Mountain535Ouachita Mountains1998-10-23
93.Canada-Prince Edward IslandPrince Edward Island High Point459Gulf of Saint Lawrence Appalachians 
94.USA-DelawareEbright Azimuth442Mid-Atlantic Highlands1999-06-08
95.USA-District of ColumbiaReno Reservoir415Northern Blue Ridge 
96.USA-FloridaBritton Hill345Southeast Coast1998-10-22

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