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Tahoe-Ogul Peaks List

Showing Karl Fieberling's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (63 out of 63, or 100%)

RankPeak Elev-Ft Range (Level 5) Prom-Ft Ascent Date
1.Mount Patterson11,673Pine Nut-Sweetwater Ranges41532012-05-06
2.Wheeler Peak11,663Pine Nut-Sweetwater Ranges3432012
3.South Sister11,360Pine Nut-Sweetwater Ranges7602013-11-16
4.Highland Peak10,936Carson-Iceberg Area24562013-08-01
5.Freel Peak10,881Carson Range31462010
6.Middle Sister10,854Pine Nut-Sweetwater Ranges8542013-11-16
7.Jobs Sister10,823Carson Range3432011
8.Mount Rose10,776Carson Range36302000
9.Silver Peak-Southwest Summit10,772Carson-Iceberg Area1322013-08-01
10.Jobs Peak10,633Carson Range7932011
11.East Sister10,404Pine Nut-Sweetwater Ranges7242013-11-16
12.Round Top10,381Mokelumne Wilderness Area25412009
13.Red Lake Peak10,063Mokelumne Wilderness Area14632012
14.Stevens Peak10,059Mokelumne Wilderness Area4992012
15.Hawkins Peak10,024Mokelumne Wilderness Area21442012
16.Raymond Peak10,014Mokelumne Wilderness Area12822013-08-02
17.Pyramid Peak9983Desolation-Crystal Range25832013-06-21
18.Mount Price9975Desolation-Crystal Range5351972
19.Dicks Peak9974Desolation-Crystal Range15341982
20.Jacks Peak9856Desolation-Crystal Range3761980
21.Mount Tallac9735Desolation-Crystal Range6952013-07-07
22.Reynolds Peak9680Mokelumne Wilderness Area7602014-08-09
23.Lookout Peak9584Carson-Iceberg Area5442013-07-31
24.Waterhouse Peak9497Mokelumne Wilderness Area14172013-07-06
25.Mount Siegel9451Pine Nut-Sweetwater Ranges34772013-11-18
26.Markleeville Peak9415Mokelumne Wilderness Area11352014-08-08
27.Wade Benchmark9367Carson Range2872012
28.The Nipple9342Mokelumne Wilderness Area7022014-08-08
29.Mokelumne Peak9334Mokelumne Wilderness Area14942009
30.Red Peak9307Desolation-Crystal Range1072012
31.Ralston Peak9235Desolation-Crystal Range10752014-08-11
32.Phipps Peak9234Desolation-Crystal Range4342014-08-10
33.Snow Valley Peak9214Carson Range12542013-06-16
34.Rubicon Peak9183Desolation-Crystal Range2632012
35.Genoa Peak9150Carson Range18302013-06-22
36.Mount Lola9148North Donner Pass Area20682009
37.Castle Peak9103North Donner Pass Area13432009
38.McConnell Peak9099Desolation-Crystal Range192012
39.Jeff Davis Peak9065Mokelumne Wilderness Area5852014-08-08
40.Basin Peak9017North Donner Pass Area3372012
41.Granite Chief9006Granite Chief-Northwest Tahoe Area18462013-09-15
42.Needle Peak8971Granite Chief-Northwest Tahoe Area3312013-09-15
43.Desert Creek Peak8958Pine Nut-Sweetwater Ranges16602013-11-17
44.Tinker Knob8949Granite Chief-Northwest Tahoe Area10292012
45.Silver Peak8930Desolation-Crystal Range2502012
46.Lyon Peak8891Granite Chief-Northwest Tahoe Area2512013-09-15
47.Twin Peaks8878Granite Chief-Northwest Tahoe Area13182012
48.Tells Peak8872Desolation-Crystal Range2722012
49.Ellis Peak8740Granite Chief-Northwest Tahoe Area10602012
50.Anderson Peak8683Granite Chief-Northwest Tahoe Area1632012
51.Duane Bliss Peak8658Carson Range6982013-06-22
52.Sierra Buttes Lookout8590Central North Sierra18702009
53.Mount Mildred8398Granite Chief-Northwest Tahoe Area3182013-09-14
54.English Mountain8373North Donner Pass Area12532012
55.Adams Peak8197Diamond Mountains21972009
56.Haskell Peak8107Central North Sierra14272012
57.Black Buttes8028North Donner Pass Area7082013-06-14
58.Snow Mountain8014Granite Chief-Northwest Tahoe Area13342013-09-16
59.Signal Peak7841North Donner Pass Area6412012
60.Mount Elwell7818Central North Sierra8062010
61.Old Man Mountain7789North Donner Pass Area7892013-09-13
62.Mount Fillmore7715Central North Sierra16752014-05-24
63.Devils Peak7704Granite Chief-Northwest Tahoe Area5042013-09-16

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