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Southeastern Wilderness High Points

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Showing Mick Dunn's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (3 out of 63, or 4.76%)

RankWildernessPeak Elev-Ft Range (Level 4)Ascent Date
1.Middle ProngRichland Balsam6410Central Blue Ridge Ranges 
2.Shining RockGrassy Cove Top6040Central Blue Ridge Ranges 
3.Lewis ForkMount Rogers5729Western Blue Ridge Ranges1992-10-17
4.Southern NantahalaStanding Indian5499Southern Blue Ridge Front 
5.Joyce Kilmer-SlickrockStratton Bald5360Southern Blue Ridge Front 
6.Citico CreekBob Bald-West Ridge5160Southern Blue Ridge Front 
7.Little Wilson CreekStone Mountain4940Western Blue Ridge Ranges 
8.Unaka MountainUnaka Wilderness High Point4800Western Blue Ridge Ranges 
9.Roaring Plains WestMount Porte Crayon4770Allegheny Mountains 
10.BrasstownBrasstown Wilderness High Point4720Southern Blue Ridge Front1992-10-15
11.BeartownBalsam Beartown Mountain4710Southern Appalachian Ridges 
12.CranberryBlack Mountain Peak 45564556Allegheny Mountains 
13.Blood MountainBlood Mountain4440Southern Blue Ridge Front 
14.Tray MountainTray Mountain4430Southern Blue Ridge Front 
15.Pond MountainPond Mountain4329Western Blue Ridge Ranges 
16.Ramseys DraftHardscrabble Knob4282Central Appalachian Ridges 
17.Big FrogBig Frog Mountain4200Southern Blue Ridge Front 
17.CohuttaBig Frog Mountain4200Southern Blue Ridge Front 
19.Dolly SodsHarman Knob4180Allegheny Mountains 
20.Sampson MountainSampson Mountain Wilderness High Point4160Western Blue Ridge Ranges 
20.Thunder RidgeThunder Ridge Wilderness High Point4160Northern Blue Ridge 
22.Mountain LakeBear Cliff4140Central Appalachian Ridges 
23.Linville GorgeGingercake Mountain4120Southern Blue Ridge Front 
23.Hunting Camp CreekHunting Camp Creek Wilderness High Point4120Southern Appalachian Ridges 
25.Garden MountainGarden Mountain-Peak 40804080Southern Appalachian Ridges 
26.PriestThe Priest4063Northern Blue Ridge 
27.Raccoon BranchHigh Point (Iron Mountains West)4040Western Blue Ridge Ranges 
27.Mark TrailHorsetrough Mountain4040Southern Blue Ridge Front 
27.Rich MountainRich Mountain4040Southern Blue Ridge Front 
30.Three RidgesThree Ridges3970Northern Blue Ridge 
31.Laurel Fork SouthMiddle Mountain3960Allegheny Mountains 
32.Peters MountainPeters Mountain-Peak 39563956Central Appalachian Ridges 
33.Otter CreekOtter Creek Wilderness High Point3920Allegheny Mountains 
34.Raven CliffsLevelland Mountain3880Southern Blue Ridge Front 
35.Barbours CreekPotts Mountain3800Central Appalachian Ridges 
35.Shawvers RunPotts Mountain-Peak 38203800Central Appalachian Ridges 
37.Laurel Fork NorthLaurel Fork North Wilderness High Point3760Allegheny Mountains 
38.Ellicott RockEllicot Mountain3720Southern Blue Ridge Front 
38.ShenandoahSpitler Hill3720Northern Blue Ridge 
40.Saint Mary'sCellar Mountain3640Northern Blue Ridge 
41.Big Laurel BranchNidever Benchmark3623Western Blue Ridge Ranges 
42.Little Dry RunPeak 36143614Western Blue Ridge Ranges 
43.Rich HoleBrushy Mountain3560Central Appalachian Ridges 
44.Kimberling CreekKimberling Creek Wilderness High Point3360Southern Appalachian Ridges 
45.Spice RunSpice Run High Point3284Central Appalachian Ridges 
46.Little Frog MountainSassafras Knob-West Slope3280Southern Blue Ridge Front 
47.Big DraftGreenbrier Mountain3121Central Appalachian Ridges 
48.Stone MountainStone Mountain Wilderness High Point3120Cumberland Mountains 
49.Brush Mountain EastBrush Mountain3100Central Appalachian Ridges 
50.Bald River GorgeGravelstand Top-Southeast Peak3080Southern Blue Ridge Front 
51.James River FaceHighcock Knob3073Northern Blue Ridge 
52.Brush MountainBrush Mountain Wilderness High Point3020Central Appalachian Ridges 
53.Rough MountainRough Mountain2842Central Appalachian Ridges 
54.Gee CreekChestnut Mountain2560Southern Blue Ridge Front 
55.CheahaHernandez Peak-South Slope2240Southern Appalachian Ridges2010-10-05
56.Dugger MountainDugger Mountain2140Southern Appalachian Ridges 
57.Beaver CreekBeaver Creek Wilderness High Point1280Cumberland Plateau 
57.CliftyClifty Wilderness High Point1280Cumberland Plateau 
59.SipseySipsey Wilderness High Point1060Cumberland Plateau 
60.Birkhead MountainsBirkhead Wilderness High Point957Piedmont 
61.OkefenokeeOkefenokee Wilderness High Point140Piedmont 
62.Congaree National ParkCongaree Wilderness High Point120Piedmont 
63.Cumberland IslandTerrapin Point50Piedmont 

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