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Arizona Peaks with 25 Miles of Isolation

Showing Scott Peavy's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (36 out of 40, or 90%)

RankPeakIsol-Mi Elev-Ft Range (Level 4)NHN NameAscent Date
1.Humphreys Peak245.912,633Central Arizona HighlandsBurwell Peak1983-07-24
2.Mount Wrightson38.89453Southeast Arizona RangesMiller Peak2005-05-29
3.Mount Union54.47979Northwest Arizona RangesBixler Mountain2005-06-05
4.Mount Lemmon51.59157Southeast Arizona RangesMerrill Peak2005-06-25
5.Aztec Peak35.97748Northwest Arizona RangesSignal Peak2005-09-29
6.Browns Peak25.67657Northwest Arizona RangesAztec Peak2005-11-05
7.Harquahala Mountain42.95681North Sonoran Desert RangesWeaver Mountains High Point2006-01-03
8.Mount Graham82.410,720Southeast Arizona RangesWillow Mountain2006-07-02
9.Chiricahua Peak64.29759Southeast Arizona RangesHeliograph Peak2006-09-30
10.Signal Peak51.84877North Sonoran Desert RangesHarquahala Mountain2006-12-02
11.Hualapai Peak95.28417Northwest Arizona RangesFinger Rock2007-03-10
12.Mount Baldy154.011,403Central Arizona HighlandsDoyle Peak2007-06-23
13.Black Mesa High Point41.08168Navajo AreaNavajo Mountain2007-09-12
14.Barry Goldwater Peak26.84083Northwest Arizona RangesPeak 42322008-02-10
15.Table Top31.34373North Sonoran Desert RangesGu Achi Peak2008-03-02
16.Miller Peak66.59466Southeast Arizona RangesChiricahua Peak2008-05-25
17.Woodchute Mountain25.77840Northwest Arizona RangesMount Davis2008-06-08
18.Mount Ajo61.24808North Sonoran Desert RangesPeak 50812009-02-21
19.Mazatzal Peak27.27903Northwest Arizona RangesBaker Butte2009-05-02
20.Kaibab Plateau High Point69.19200Grand Canyon PlateausKendrick Peak2009-06-09
21.Mount Glenn27.37480Southeast Arizona RangesFrench Joe Peak2009-11-28
22.Woolsey Peak29.23171North Sonoran Desert RangesEagletail Peak2010-01-03
23.Pinal Peak35.17850Southeast Arizona RangesMount Turnbull2010-06-12
24.Hutch Mountain32.08532Central Arizona HighlandsElden Mountain2010-06-27
25.Roof Butte59.39800Navajo AreaUte Peak2010-07-10
26.Pinta Benchmark27.72950North Sonoran Desert RangesGrowler Peak2011-01-09
27.Sheep Mountain34.63156North Sonoran Desert RangesThumb Peak2011-12-11
28.Mount Wilson28.05445Northwest Arizona RangesJumbo Peak2012-01-22
29.Sierra Estrella High Point47.44512North Sonoran Desert RangesContinental Mountain2012-11-18
30.Dos Cabezas Peaks27.38359Southeast Arizona RangesIda Peak2013-04-20
31.Baboquivari Peak42.07734North Sonoran Desert RangesMount Hopkins2013-11-09
32.Mount Tipton33.87148Northwest Arizona RangesDean Peak2013-11-30
33.Mount Trumbull45.98029Grand Canyon PlateausTwo Springs Ridge2014-07-25
34.Mount Turnbull25.78282Southeast Arizona RangesBlue Jay Peak2015-03-11
35.Cimarron Peak26.04124North Sonoran Desert RangesTable Top2015-03-16
36.Mohon Peak34.17499Northwest Arizona RangesDean Peak2015-03-17
 Yale Point30.08092Navajo AreaPeak 8098 
 Mount Floyd28.97441Grand Canyon PlateausSignal Hill 
 Manzanita Benchmark28.97392Grand Canyon PlateausMount Emma 
 Hauke Mesa35.26829Navajo AreaLow Mountain 

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