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USA Peaks with 6000 feet of Prominence

Showing Bob Kerr's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (1 out of 64, or 1.56%)

RankPeak Prom-Ft  Elev-Ft Range (Level 2)Isol-MiAscent Date
1.Mount McKinley20,15620,320Alaska-Yukon Ranges4629.42010-06-01
2.Mauna Kea13,79613,796Polynesia2452.5 
3.Mount Rainier13,21014,411Pacific Ranges731.2 
4.Mount Fairweather12,96315,325Alaska-Yukon Ranges124.4 
5.Mount Blackburn11,59016,390Alaska-Yukon Ranges60.7 
6.Mount Hayes11,48213,832Alaska-Yukon Ranges125.5 
7.Mount Saint Elias11,18418,008Alaska-Yukon Ranges25.6 
8.Mount Marcus Baker10,72613,176Alaska-Yukon Ranges126.3 
9.Mount Whitney10,07514,495Pacific Ranges1646.3 
10.Haleakala10,02310,023Polynesia75.4 
11.Mount Shasta976214,162Pacific Ranges334.7 
12.Shishaldin Volcano94149414Alaska-Yukon Ranges544.9 
13.Redoubt Volcano909710,197Alaska-Yukon Ranges58.7 
14.Mount Elbert907314,433Rocky Mountains670.6 
15.Mount Baker881210,781Pacific Ranges131.5 
16.Mount Torbert866311,413Alaska-Yukon Ranges97.7 
17.San Jacinto Peak831910,839Pacific Ranges20.3 
18.San Gorgonio Mountain829411,499Pacific Ranges162.5 
19.Charleston Peak824111,916Intermountain West135.2 
20.Mount Veniaminof81758225Alaska-Yukon Ranges209.2 
21.Pavlof Volcano81508200Alaska-Yukon Ranges94.3 
22.Mount Adams811612,276Pacific Ranges45.8 
23.Mount Hubbard799514,950Alaska-Yukon Ranges21.3 
24.Mount Isto79609060Alaska-Yukon Ranges393.6 
25.Mount Olympus78387969Pacific Ranges108.0 
26.Iliamna Volcano781610,016Alaska-Yukon Ranges33.6 
27.Mount Hood770611,239Pacific Ranges57.3 
28.Mount Cook766013,760Alaska-Yukon Ranges14.5 
29.Mount Sanford763716,237Alaska-Yukon Ranges40.3 
30.Mount Tom White759111,191Alaska-Yukon Ranges73.0 
31.Wheeler Peak756313,063Intermountain West231.8 
32.Glacier Peak749810,520Pacific Ranges56.0 
33.Mount Kimball735010,300Alaska-Yukon Ranges55.8 
34.Mount Foraker720017,400Alaska-Yukon Ranges14.3 
34.Mount Griggs72007600Alaska-Yukon Ranges135.4 
36.White Mountain Peak719614,246Intermountain West67.5 
37.Mount Crillon712612,726Alaska-Yukon Ranges19.5 
38.Mauna Loa707913,679Polynesia25.2 
39.Gannett Peak707613,804Rocky Mountains290.4 
40.Cloud Peak706713,167Rocky Mountains145.0 
41.Mount Vsevidof70517051Alaska-Yukon Ranges222.5 
42.Mount Hesperus69289828Alaska-Yukon Ranges58.1 
43.Mount Bona680016,500Alaska-Yukon Ranges49.7 
44.Mount Drum671012,010Alaska-Yukon Ranges17.7 
45.Mount Chiginagak66006900Alaska-Yukon Ranges97.6 
46.Grand Teton653013,770Rocky Mountains69.4 
47.Sacajawea Peak63889838Intermountain West125.5 
48.Kings Peak634813,528Rocky Mountains166.6 
49.Mount Neacola63269426Alaska-Yukon Ranges31.0 
50.Mount Graham632010,720Intermountain West82.4 
51.Mount San Antonio622410,064Pacific Ranges42.5 
52.Mount Douglas62007000Alaska-Yukon Ranges42.9 
53.Kichatna Spire61858985Alaska-Yukon Ranges37.3 
54.Peak 808461848084Alaska-Yukon Ranges43.1 
55.Telescope Peak616811,048Intermountain West57.2 
56.Mount Peale616112,721Intermountain West72.8 
57.Mount Washington61486288Appalachian Mountains819.6 
58.Pogromni Volcano61316531Alaska-Yukon Ranges31.7 
59.Peak 801061108010Alaska-Yukon Ranges25.3 
60.Mount Mitchell60896684Appalachian Mountains1189.0 
61.Mount Igikpak60768276Alaska-Yukon Ranges281.6 
62.Snow Tower60726572Pacific Ranges10.1 
63.Humphreys Peak603912,633Intermountain West245.9 
64.Truuli Peak60126612Alaska-Yukon Ranges87.8 
 Borah Peak598212,662Rocky Mountains150.8 
 Mount Natazhat593513,435Alaska-Yukon Ranges15.5 
 Hanagita Peak59048504Alaska-Yukon Ranges22.0 

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