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USA Lower 48 Peaks with 100 miles of Isolation

Showing Dave Covill's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (33 out of 39, or 84.62%)

RankPeakIsol-Mi Elev-Ft Range (Level 4)NHN NameAscent Date
1.Mount Whitney1646.314,495Sequoia Sierra NevadaNevado de Toluca1997-07-18
2.Mount Mitchell1189.06684Central Blue Ridge RangesLone Butte1998-07-22
3.Mount Washington819.66288White MountainsCelo Knob1966-07-01
4.Mount Rainier731.214,411South Washington CascadesMount Whitney2004-07-21
5.Mount Elbert670.614,433Sawatch RangeMount Whitney1981-06-19
6.Eagle Mountain437.12301Superior UplandKidder County High Point1997-07-01
7.Magazine Mountain380.92753Ouachita MountainsBankhead Mound1981-05-01
8.Mount Shasta334.714,162California CascadesWhite Mountain Peak2011-06-25
9.Gannett Peak290.413,804Wind River RangeLongs Peak1999-08-01
10.Humphreys Peak245.912,633Central Arizona HighlandsBurwell Peak1996-08-15
11.Wheeler Peak231.813,063East Central Great Basin RangesMount Lovenia2003-06-28
12.Sugarloaf Mountain209.8310Southeast CoastCook County High Point2011-03-11
13.Spruce Knob175.44861Allegheny MountainsThird Peak1994-07-15
14.Campbell Hill169.31549Lower Peninsula-HeartlandHarland Ridge1981-12-18
15.Kings Peak166.613,528Uinta RangeFremont Peak1996-08-13
16.Sierra Blanca Peak165.711,973Southeast New Mexico RangesSouth Penitente Peak2000-04-21
17.San Gorgonio Mountain162.511,499Transverse RangesCharleston Peak2009-05-01
18.Briar Hill161.21706Lower Peninsula-HeartlandOconto County High Point 
19.Katahdin158.35268Longfellow MountainsMount Madison1980-05-24
20.Mount Baldy154.011,403Central Arizona HighlandsDoyle Peak2008-09-09
21.Borah Peak150.812,662Lost River-Lemhi RangesMiddle Teton2001-08-15
22.Taum Sauk Mountain148.11772Ozark PlateauBlue Mountain-Strand Knob1981-05-01
23.Cloud Peak145.013,167Bighorn MountainsGjetetind2002-07-04
24.Harney Peak140.27242Black HillsPeak 73201992-08-09
25.Slide Mountain136.44180Catskill MountainsKillington Peak 
26.Charleston Peak135.211,916South Great Basin RangesOlancha Peak2013-08-31
27.Height of Land Lookout133.62005Upper Mississippi AreaPleasant Peak 
28.Junipero Serra Peak131.85862Central California Coast RangesCrow Peak2009-07-01
29.Mount Baker131.510,781North CascadesLiberty Cap2014-07-06
30.Blue Mounds130.71719Upper Mississippi AreaRib Mountain2003-08-01
31.Mount Marcy129.65344Adirondack MountainsMount Monroe1995-07-31
32.Mount Arvon126.31978Superior UplandBlueberry Hill1997-07-01
33.Sacajawea Peak125.59838Wallowa MountainsPinyon Peak 
34.Steens Mountain124.79733Northwest Great Basin RangesPeak 9795 
35.Delano Peak112.112,169Central Utah PlateausJeff Davis Peak2011-11-06
36.Hillsdale County High Point109.71280Lower Peninsula-HeartlandCampbell Hill 
37.Mount Olympus108.07969Olympic MountainsSeward Peak2009-08-05
38.Cheaha Mountain106.72405Southern Appalachian RidgesBrushy Top1999-02-01
39.Blanca Peak103.414,345Sangre de Cristo RangeMount Harvard1982-06-29

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