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Showing Greg Gerlach's most recent ascent dates for climbed peaks (100 out of 100, or 100%)

RankPeakSection Elev-Ft Range (Level 5) Prom-Ft Ascent Date
1.Mount Whitney04. Corcoran to Whitney14,495Mount Whitney Group10,0752012-06-23 2x
2.Mount Williamson05. Whitney to Williamson14,373Mount Whitney Group16432010-07-04 2x
3.Split Mountain12. South Palisades14,058Palisades15251990-08-13 2x
4.Mount Langley03. Olancha to Langley and West14,026Mount Whitney Group11651980-10-04
5.Middle Palisade12. South Palisades14,012Palisades10852002-05-26
6.Mount Agassiz14. North Palisades13,893Palisades8131984-08-24
7.Mount Mallory04. Corcoran to Whitney13,845Mount Whitney Group7221986-07-12
8.Mount Kaweah06. Kaweahs and West13,802Great Western Divide20271988-06-24
9.Mount Irvine04. Corcoran to Whitney13,780Mount Whitney Group1971986-08-09
10.Mount Tom16. Humphreys Basin West13,652Mono Recesses-Humphreys Area19721992-07-11
11.Birch Mountain12. South Palisades13,602Palisades9381986-05-25
12.University Peak09. Kearsarge Pass Vicinity13,589Mount Whitney Group11871983-07-20
13.Mount Ericsson08. Kings-Kern Divide13,583Mount Whitney Group9191994-08-14
14.Mount Brewer07. Great Western Divide13,570Great Western Divide11031986-06-21
15.Mount Goddard13. Mount Goddard Vicinity13,568Evolution Region15681989-08-28
16.Mount Carillon05. Whitney to Williamson13,553Mount Whitney Group2331982-07-04
17.Cloudripper14. North Palisades13,525Palisades8451989-07-14
18.Mount Thompson15. Evolution Area13,494Evolution Region10542008-09-13
18.Mount Hale05. Whitney to Williamson13,494Mount Whitney Group6331998-08-29
20.Mount Lamarck15. Evolution Area13,417Evolution Region971983-07-18
21.Cardinal Mountain10. Baxter Pass to Taboose Pass13,396Palisades5681990-08-12
22.Point Powell15. Evolution Area13,360Evolution Region3202010-09-11
23.The Thumb12. South Palisades13,356Palisades5941986-05-25
24.Royce Peak17. Bear Creek Spire Area13,280Mono Recesses-Humphreys Area8801988-09-04
25.South Guard07. Great Western Divide13,232Great Western Divide5022005-09-17
26.Mount Julius Caesar17. Bear Creek Spire Area13,200Mono Recesses-Humphreys Area4401991-08-11
27.Striped Mountain10. Baxter Pass to Taboose Pass13,179Central Kings Canyon Area5151992-09-20
28.Mount Young05. Whitney to Williamson13,176Mount Whitney Group3811998-08-29
29.Mount Ritter19. Ritter Range and Vicinity13,143Ritter Range-East Yosemite39571984-06-30
30.Red Slate Mountain18. Mono Creek to Mammoth13,123Mammoth Area16831990-07-29
31.Mount Lyell21. Mount Lyell and North13,114Ritter Range-East Yosemite18941986-07-04
32.Mount Goode14. North Palisades13,085Evolution Region8451992-10-03
33.Seven Gables16. Humphreys Basin West13,080Mono Recesses-Humphreys Area11201984-08-11
34.Mount Dana21. Mount Lyell and North13,057Ritter Range-East Yosemite24172012-09-07 2x
35.Mount Gould09. Kearsarge Pass Vicinity13,005Central Kings Canyon Area10301984-07-21
36.Koip Peak21. Mount Lyell and North12,962Ritter Range-East Yosemite1622013-09-14 2x
37.Lone Pine Peak04. Corcoran to Whitney12,944Mount Whitney Group4241985-05-24
38.Banner Peak19. Ritter Range and Vicinity12,936Ritter Range-East Yosemite8632003-07-04
39.Mount Ruskin11. Western Mid-Sierra12,920Palisades5531990-08-14
40.Cirque Peak03. Olancha to Langley and West12,900Mount Whitney Group9001980-10-04
41.Mount Rixford09. Kearsarge Pass Vicinity12,887Central Kings Canyon Area5841984-07-21
42.Mount Stanford18. Mono Creek to Mammoth12,838Mammoth Area1582001-08-10
43.Recess Peak17. Bear Creek Spire Area12,813Mono Recesses-Humphreys Area8131997-08-30
44.Center Peak08. Kings-Kern Divide12,730Mount Whitney Group4271990-09-02
45.Four Gables16. Humphreys Basin West12,720Mono Recesses-Humphreys Area2801988-09-02
46.Mount Cotter09. Kearsarge Pass Vicinity12,713Central Kings Canyon Area5421988-08-19
47.Giraud Peak13. Mount Goddard Vicinity12,608Palisades8881992-10-04
48.Mount Baldwin18. Mono Creek to Mammoth12,598Mammoth Area5181996-09-21
49.Mount Conness22. Tioga Pass to Bond Pass12,590Northern Yosemite26302002-08-10
50.Colosseum Mountain10. Baxter Pass to Taboose Pass12,451Central Kings Canyon Area8051996-06-22
51.Excelsior Mountain22. Tioga Pass to Bond Pass12,446Northern Yosemite12461999-10-02
52.Florence Peak02. Mineral King and Kern River12,432Great Western Divide10331999-08-27
53.Dunderberg Peak22. Tioga Pass to Bond Pass12,374Northern Yosemite13341989-06-10
54.Sawtooth Peak02. Mineral King and Kern River12,343Great Western Divide6631995-10-14
55.Thor Peak04. Corcoran to Whitney12,306Mount Whitney Group2651982-07-03
56.Mount Senger16. Humphreys Basin West12,286Mono Recesses-Humphreys Area10461984-08-10
57.Matterhorn Peak22. Tioga Pass to Bond Pass12,279Northern Yosemite15591993-08-17 2x
58.Mount Morrison18. Mono Creek to Mammoth12,270Mammoth Area1641989-06-09
59.North Peak22. Tioga Pass to Bond Pass12,242Northern Yosemite6822000-08-11
60.Mount Stewart06. Kaweahs and West12,200Great Western Divide4402007-08-28
61.Olancha Peak03. Olancha to Langley and West12,123South Sierra Crest30831985-05-11
62.Eagle Scout Peak06. Kaweahs and West12,000Great Western Divide3601992-08-05
63.Vandever Mountain02. Mineral King and Kern River11,947Southwest Sequioa Area13611999-08-27
64.Silver Peak18. Mono Creek to Mammoth11,878Mammoth Area11981991-10-19
65.Mount Bago09. Kearsarge Pass Vicinity11,870Central Kings Canyon Area11421984-07-20
66.Tower Peak22. Tioga Pass to Bond Pass11,755Northern Yosemite21831998-08-09
67.Independence Peak09. Kearsarge Pass Vicinity11,742Mount Whitney Group3581984-09-30
68.Merced Peak20. Clark Range and Vicinity11,726South Yosemite Crest12061996-09-01
69.Red Peak20. Clark Range and Vicinity11,699South Yosemite Crest5391996-09-01
70.Leavitt Peak23. Bond Pass to Lake Tahoe11,569Emigrant Wilderness Area20491996-10-13
71.San Joaquin Mountain19. Ritter Range and Vicinity11,549Mammoth Area16742012-09-30 3x
72.Vogelsang Peak21. Mount Lyell and North11,493Central Yosemite Sierra8532000-09-23
73.Kern Peak02. Mineral King and Kern River11,480Central South Sierra25601988-10-01
74.Kennedy Mountain11. Western Mid-Sierra11,433Central Kings Canyon Area6731982-08-14
75.Stanislaus Peak23. Bond Pass to Lake Tahoe11,233Carson-Iceberg Area8331993-07-16
76.Alta Peak06. Kaweahs and West11,204Western Sequioa-Kings Canyon Area1241997-06-09
77.Mount Silliman06. Kaweahs and West11,188Western Sequioa-Kings Canyon Area8281989-09-23
78.Muah Mountain03. Olancha to Langley and West11,016South Sierra Crest13762014-09-13 2x
79.Mount Harrington11. Western Mid-Sierra11,009Central Kings Canyon Area3292006-07-08
80.Highland Peak23. Bond Pass to Lake Tahoe10,936Carson-Iceberg Area24561997-09-22
81.Freel Peak23. Bond Pass to Lake Tahoe10,881Carson Range31461993-06-08
82.Mount Rose24. Northern Sierra10,776Carson Range36301985-06-21
83.Three Sisters11. Western Mid-Sierra10,612Kaiser-Dinkey Lakes Area14121991-10-05
84.Round Top23. Bond Pass to Lake Tahoe10,381Mokelumne Wilderness Area25411993-07-18
85.Pyramid Peak23. Bond Pass to Lake Tahoe9983Desolation-Crystal Range25831997-09-20
86.Sirretta Peak01. Southern Sierra9977Central South Sierra971983-11-04
87.Clouds Rest20. Clark Range and Vicinity9926Central Yosemite Sierra8061998-07-10
88.Mount Tallac23. Bond Pass to Lake Tahoe9735Desolation-Crystal Range6951989-07-03
89.Mount Lola24. Northern Sierra9148North Donner Pass Area20681989-07-06
90.Castle Peak24. Northern Sierra9103North Donner Pass Area13431993-06-09
91.Granite Chief24. Northern Sierra9006Granite Chief-Northwest Tahoe Area18461993-07-17
92.Tinker Knob24. Northern Sierra8949Granite Chief-Northwest Tahoe Area10291993-07-17
93.Half Dome20. Clark Range and Vicinity8840Central Yosemite Sierra13601998-07-10
94.Sierra Buttes Lookout24. Northern Sierra8590Central North Sierra18701995-08-26
95.Owens Peak01. Southern Sierra8453South Sierra Crest21732014-03-22 3x
96.Rockhouse Peak01. Southern Sierra8360Central South Sierra6801983-11-05
97.Sawtooth Peak01. Southern Sierra8000South Sierra Crest17201984-05-05
98.Mount Elwell24. Northern Sierra7818Central North Sierra8061985-06-20
99.Tehipite Dome11. Western Mid-Sierra7708Evolution Region1481994-10-15
100.Lamont Peak01. Southern Sierra7429South Sierra Crest2291983-11-06

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