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Utah Peaks with 25 miles of Isolation

Showing Keith Christensen's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (3 out of 26, or 11.54%)

RankPeakIsol-Mi Elev-Ft Range (Level 4)NHN NameAscent Date
1.Kings Peak166.613,528Uinta RangeFremont Peak2012-08-10
2.Delano Peak112.112,169Central Utah PlateausJeff Davis Peak 
3.Mount Nebo75.611,928Wasatch RangeBald Mountain 
4.Mount Peale72.812,721CanyonlandsMiddle Peak 
5.Naomi Peak61.59979Wasatch RangeMount Isabel 
6.Ibapah Peak61.212,087East Central Great Basin RangesJeff Davis Peak 
7.Navajo Mountain58.610,346Navajo AreaPeak 10413 
8.Mount Ellen56.011,522CanyonlandsMount Hilgard 
9.Deseret Peak46.011,031East Great Basin RangesLone Peak 
10.Bruin Point42.910,184Roan CliffsSouth Trough Springs Ridge 
11.Brian Head42.511,307Central Utah PlateausCircleville Mountain2012-08-12
12.Swasey Peak40.79669East Great Basin RangesPeak 10621 
13.Abajo Peak39.911,360CanyonlandsSouth Mountain 
14.Mount Timpanogos39.611,749Wasatch RangeMount Nebo 
15.Indian Peak39.69790East Great Basin RangesChokecherry Benchmark 
16.Willard Peak39.49763Wasatch RangeNaomi Peak 
17.Frisco Peak36.39660East Great Basin RangesIndian Peak 
18.South Tent Mountain35.811,285Central Utah PlateausMount Nebo-South Peak 
19.Fish Lake Hightop35.511,633Central Utah PlateausEdna Peak 
20.Signal Peak35.010,365East Great Basin RangesBlack Mountain2014-05-26
21.Boulder Top32.611,320Central Utah PlateausFish Lake Hightop 
22.Wagon Road Ridge29.79503Roan CliffsPatmos Head 
23.Black Crook Peak27.39274East Great Basin RangesVickory Mountain 
24.Messix Peak26.67372East Great Basin RangesPeak 7915 
25.Tangent Peak26.57047East Great Basin RangesBald Knoll 
26.Granite Peak26.57082East Great Basin RangesPeak 7660 

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