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Showing Dave Covill's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (36 out of 50, or 72%)

RankPeakViews Elev-M Location Prom-M Range (Level 3)Ascent Date
1.Mount Rainier7022414392USA-WA4026Cascade Range2004-07-21
2.Mount McKinley3598196194USA-AK6144Alaska Range2012-06-29
3.Wheeler Peak1340774011USA-NM1039Southern Rocky Mountains1981-10-16
4.Mount Whitney1250194418USA-CA3071Sierra Nevada1997-07-18
5.Katahdin1123401606USA-ME1307Northern U.S. Appalachians1980-05-24
6.Mount Elbert1063904399USA-CO2765Southern Rocky Mountains1981-06-19
7.Kings Peak968574123USA-UT1935Western Rocky Mountains1996-08-13
8.Mount Mitchell851082037USA-NC1856Blue Ridge Mountains1998-07-22
9.Mount Everest811118848China/Nepal8848Central Nepal Himalaya 
10.Mount Washington802541917USA-NH1874Northern U.S. Appalachians1966-07-01
11.Longs Peak787714345USA-CO896Southern Rocky Mountains1985-09-10
12.Mount Kosciuszko766012228Australia-NSW2228South N.S.W. Great Dividing Range 
13.Gannett Peak707884207USA-WY2156Greater Yellowstone Rockies1999-08-01
14.Aconcagua683036962Argentina6962Central Argentina-Chile Andes 
15.Mount Marcy661141629USA-NY1498Canadian Shield1995-07-31
16.Boundary Peak644554005USA-NV77Great Basin Ranges2003-08-30
17.Granite Peak638283901USA-MT1450Greater Yellowstone Rockies2002-08-05
18.Mount Hood603613426USA-OR2349Cascade Range2003-06-22
19.Carstensz Pyramid554474884Indonesia4884Maoke Range 
20.Mount Shasta509554317USA-CA2976Cascade Range2011-06-25
21.Mont Blanc489594810France/Italy4697Western Alps2014-06-23
22.Mount Shuksan478762783USA-WA1344Cascade Range2014-07-08
23.Grand Teton454654197USA-WY1990Greater Yellowstone Rockies1979-08-15
24.K2445558614China/Pakistan4020Karakoram 
25.Kilimanjaro435275895Tanzania5885Northeast Tanzania2011-01-06
26.Mount Adams426153742USA-WA2474Cascade Range2015-07-04
27.Clingmans Dome422002025USA-TN/NC1373Blue Ridge Mountains1982-05-05
28.Humphreys Peak398373851USA-AZ1841Colorado Plateau1996-08-15
29.Pico de Orizaba389205636Mexico-Pue/Ver4922Cordillera Neovolcanica2009-01-05
30.Mount Frissell-South Slope38642723USA-CT/MA0Northern U.S. Appalachians1985-07-01
31.Borah Peak383663859USA-ID1823Idaho-Bitterroot Rocky Mountains2001-08-15
32.Mount Si383571270USA-WA75Cascade Range 
33.Mount Logan373615956Canada-YT5247Saint Elias Mountains 
34.Elbrus364045642Russia4741Central Caucasus 
35.Vinson Massif359554892Antarctica4892Ellsworth Mountains 
36.Mount Olympus354052429USA-WA2389Northwest U.S. Coast Ranges2009-08-05
37.Mount Mansfield353741339USA-VT1107Northern U.S. Appalachians1995-07-25
38.Mount Caubvick352641652Canada-NL1367Canadian Shield 
39.Guadalupe Peak343492667USA-TX924Southwest Basins and Ranges1982-09-12
40.Pikes Peak341334301USA-CO1680Southern Rocky Mountains1982-07-02
41.Mauna Kea338514205USA-HI4205Hawaii1999-10-09
42.Gunung Agung337963031Indonesia3031Nusa Tengarra 
43.Spruce Knob337941482USA-WV848Appalachian Plateaus1994-07-15
44.Mount Lafayette326941597USA-NH1012Northern U.S. Appalachians1978-11-22
45.Mount Rogers325981746USA-VA746Blue Ridge Mountains1998-07-23
46.Ojos del Salado321326893Argentina/Chile3688Puna de Atacama 
47.San Gorgonio Mountain320473505USA-CA2528Central and Southern California Ranges2009-05-01
48.Monte Rosa316774634Switz2165Southern Alps 
49.White Mountain Peak312514342USA-CA2193Great Basin Ranges2011-09-12
50.Glacier Peak312423206USA-WA2285Cascade Range 

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List Description

This list, like all the other "Usage" lists, will change over time as ascents are entered into the Peakbagger.com database. This list is automatically recalculated once a day, so a completion of all these peaks is a moving target that may be frustrating for a climber.

This list shows how many times the "Peak Page" for a peak has been served on Peakbagger.com since 2004. So every time a page is accessed, either from a site user or a search engine bot, counts as one page view. The total number of views is shown in a column in the list.

This list is therefore a kind of peak popularity contest, showing broadly the most searched-for and most-accessed peaks in the site's database.

 


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