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World Top 100 by Prominence

Showing Steve Sheriff's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (2 out of 100, or 2%)

RankPeak Prom-M  Elev-M Range (Level 2)Isol-KmAscent Date
1.Mount Everest88488848HimalayaInfinite 
3.Mount McKinley61446194Alaska-Yukon Ranges7450.2 
4.Kilimanjaro58855895East Africa Mountains5509.7 
5.Pico Cristóbal Colón55855776Coastal South America1287.0 
6.Mount Logan52475956Alaska-Yukon Ranges622.8 
7.Pico de Orizaba49225636Central Mexican Ranges2690.1 
8.Vinson Massif48924892West Antarctica Ranges4910.7 
9.Carstensz Pyramid48844884New Guinea5261.6 
10.Elbrus47415642Caucasus Mountains2469.9 
11.Mont Blanc46974810Alps2812.01983
12.Damavand46675610Iranian Plateau1164.7 
13.Klyuchevskaya Sopka46494750Eastern Siberia2746.9 
14.Nanga Parbat46088125Himalaya188.5 
15.Mauna Kea42054205Polynesia3946.9 
16.Pik Pobeda41487439Tien Shan559.9 
17.Volcán Chimborazo41226267Andes845.9 
18.Bogda Feng41225445Tien Shan617.1 
19.Namcha Barwa41067782Himalaya707.8 
20.Kinabalu40954095Malay Archipelago2513.1 
21.Mount Rainier40264392Pacific Ranges1176.71995-05-31
22.K240208614Central Asia Ranges1315.6 
23.Ras Dashen39974550Ethiopian Highlands1484.0 
24.Volcán Tajumulco39804220Central America Ranges721.8 
25.Pico Bolívar39574981Andes264.5 
26.Yushan39523952East China1814.8 
27.Mount Stanley39515109East Africa Mountains829.8 
27.Mount Fairweather39514671Alaska-Yukon Ranges200.3 
30.Tirich Mir39107708Central Asia Ranges238.7 
31.Mount Cameroon39014040West Africa Mountains2337.7 
32.Mount Kenya38255199East Africa Mountains323.5 
33.Gunung Kerinci38053805Malay Archipelago1904.0 
34.Mount Erebus37903790Transantarctic Mountains121.0 
35.Fuji-san37763776Japanese Archipelago2076.7 
36.Chirripó Grande37553819Central America Ranges878.4 
37.Jebel Toubkal37554167Atlas Mountains2078.2 
38.Mount Cook37543754New Zealand3139.1 
39.Gunung Rinjani37263726Malay Archipelago1600.7 
40.Pico de Teide37183718Mid-Atlantic Islands895.1 
41.Mount Boising37094150New Guinea150.2 
42.Cerro San Valentín36964058Andes1130.2 
43.Gunnbjørn Fjeld36943694North America Arctic Islands3254.1 
44.Ojos del Salado36886893Andes630.7 
45.Gunung Semeru36763676Malay Archipelago390.9 
46.Ritacuba Blanco36455410Andes500.6 
47.Gongga Shan36427556Tibet and Central China660.9 
48.Mount Ararat36115137Anatolia379.4 
49.Kongur Tagh35857649Central Asia Ranges239.9 
50.Mount Blackburn35334996Alaska-Yukon Ranges97.6 
51.Mount Hayes35004216Alaska-Yukon Ranges202.0 
52.Gunung Rantemario34783478Malay Archipelago681.7 
53.Mount Saint Elias34095489Alaska-Yukon Ranges41.2 
54.Pik Ismail Samani34027495Central Asia Ranges278.7 
56.Gora Belukha33434506Mongolia Ranges668.4 
57.Cerro Mercedario33336720Andes75.4 
58.Jabal an Nabi Shu'ayb33263666Arabian Peninsula553.5 
59.Volcan Karisimbi33244519East Africa Mountains208.8 
60.Etna33233323Italian Peninsula and Islands998.8 
61.Monte San Lorenzo33193706Andes134.6 
62.Volcán Lautaro33023580Andes182.0 
63.Mulhacén32893479Iberian Peninsula528.8 
64.Gunung Slamet32843428Malay Archipelago419.7 
65.Sabalon32834811Iranian Plateau344.8 
66.Mount Waddington32794019Pacific Ranges562.4 
67.Mount Marcus Baker32694016Alaska-Yukon Ranges203.3 
68.Sauyr Zhotasy32523840Tien Shan287.2 
69.Cerro Bolsón de los Cerillos32505550Andes122.2 
70.Tomort32434886Tien Shan428.0 
71.Yulongxue Shan32025596Tibet and Central China144.9 
72.Mount Meru31704565East Africa Mountains69.6 
73.Vulkan Shiveluch31683307Eastern Siberia80.1 
74.Nanda Devi31397816Himalaya388.7 
75.Ichinskaya Sopka31253607Eastern Siberia164.3 
76.Batura Mustagh I31187795Central Asia Ranges63.1 
76.Gunung Lawu31183265Malay Archipelago126.9 
78.Mount Siple31103110West Antarctica Ranges363.1 
79.Pico Duarte30983098Caribbean Area940.5 
81.Mount Whitney30714418Pacific Ranges2649.5 
81.Piton des Neiges30713071Indian Ocean Islands2766.6 
83.Gunung Raung30693332Malay Archipelago123.9 
84.Xuelian Feng30686627Tien Shan53.2 
86.Gangkar Punsum30497570Himalaya228.1 
87.Mount Lucania30405240Alaska-Yukon Ranges43.0 
88.Gunung Agung30313031Malay Archipelago105.4 
89.Gunung Binaiya30273027Malay Archipelago703.6 
90.Volcán Popocatépetl30205400Central Mexican Ranges143.0 
91.Pico de Santa Isabel30083008West Africa Mountains83.3 
92.Koryakskaya Sopka29993456Eastern Siberia199.0 
93.Mount Stephenson29872987West Antarctica Ranges259.9 
95.Pik Talghar29824979Tien Shan138.6 
96.Mount Shasta29764317Pacific Ranges538.7 
97.Ramelau29632963Malay Archipelago770.8 
98.Mount Suckling29563676New Guinea183.3 
99.Mount Apo29542954Philippines904.9 
100.Mount Wilhelm29494509New Guinea538.7 

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