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World 600 m (1969 ft) Prominence Peaks

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Showing Steve Dixon's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (77 out of 32000, or 0.24%)

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RankPeak Prom-M  Elev-M LocationRange (Level 3)Ascent Date
1.Ben Nevis13441344UK-ScotlandGreat Britain1996-08-01
2.Scafell Pike912978UK-EnglandGreat Britain1997-09-21
3.Helvellyn712950UK-EnglandGreat Britain1997-10-11
4.Skiddaw709931UK-EnglandGreat Britain1997-11-29
5.Pen y Fan668886UK-WalesGreat Britain1999-02-20
6.Snowdon10381085UK-WalesGreat Britain1999-05-01
7.Olympus23532917GreeceGreek-Albanian Ranges1999-08-11
8.Vesuvius12321281ItalyWestern Italy1999-08-21
9.Cadair Idris-Penygadair608893UK-WalesGreat Britain2000-02-19
10.Broad Law653840UK-ScotlandGreat Britain2000-04-15
11.Ben Macdui9501309UK-ScotlandGreat Britain2000-04-19
12.Cross Fell651893UK-EnglandGreat Britain2000-05-30
13.Carnedd Llewelyn7501064UK-WalesGreat Britain2000-08-29
14.Kinabalu40954095MalaysiaBorneo2000-09-21
15.Glyder Fawr6411000UK-WalesGreat Britain2001-08-26
16.Moel Siabod600872UK-WalesGreat Britain2001-08-28
17.Jebel Toubkal37554167MoroccoHigh Atlas2001-09-19
18.Ben Lomond820974UK-ScotlandGreat Britain2002-03-27
19.Aonach Eagach-Sgor nam Fiannaidh622967UK-ScotlandGreat Britain2002-03-29
20.Schiehallion7161083UK-ScotlandGreat Britain2002-03-30
21.Clisham799799UK-ScotlandGreat Britain2002-05-04
22.Carrauntoohil10391039IrelandIreland2002-06-04
23.Aran Fawddwy670905UK-WalesGreat Britain2003-01-26
24.Ben Lawers9151214UK-ScotlandGreat Britain2003-04-12
25.Ben Cruachan8791126UK-ScotlandGreat Britain2003-04-14
26.Beinn Eighe-Ruadh-stac Mor6321010UK-ScotlandGreat Britain2003-04-18
27.Beinn Alligin-Sgurr Mhor601986UK-ScotlandGreat Britain2003-04-19
28.Slioch626981UK-ScotlandGreat Britain2003-04-21
29.Liathach9571055UK-ScotlandGreat Britain2003-04-23
30.Mount Meru31704565TanzaniaNortheast Tanzania2003-07-25
31.Goat Fell874874UK-ScotlandGreat Britain2004-04-16
32.Ben Lui8751130UK-ScotlandGreat Britain2004-05-22
33.Blabheinn862929UK-ScotlandGreat Britain2004-05-25
34.Sgurr Alasdair992992UK-ScotlandGreat Britain2004-05-27
35.Snæffel9831833IcelandNorwegian Sea Islands2004-07-21
36.Galdhøpiggen23722469NorwayScandinavian Mountains2004-09-02
37.Glittertinden9852465NorwayScandinavian Mountains2004-09-04
38.Ben Vorlich831985UK-ScotlandGreat Britain2004-11-04
39.Ben Hope772927UK-ScotlandGreat Britain2004-11-16
40.Ben More9861174UK-ScotlandGreat Britain2005-01-22
41.Bidean Nam Bian8451150UK-ScotlandGreat Britain2005-05-06
42.Waun Fach622811UK-WalesGreat Britain2005-05-30
43.Kékes7741014HungaryCarpathian Mountains2005-06-30
44.Ben Klibreck-Meall nan Con818962UK-ScotlandGreat Britain2006-04-17
45.Canisp689847UK-ScotlandGreat Britain2006-04-18
46.Triglav20522864SloveniaEastern Alps2006-07-27
47.Kackar Dagi22713931TurkeyPontic Mountains2006-08-30
48.Mount Ararat36115137TurkeySoutheast Anatolia2006-09-05
49.Merrick705843UK-ScotlandGreat Britain2007-04-07
50.Slieve Donard825853UK-N IrelandIreland2007-04-08
51.Slieve Snaght600615IrelandIreland2007-04-12
52.Errigal Mountain688751IrelandIreland2007-04-13
53.Ben More966966UK-ScotlandGreat Britain2007-05-05
54.Mulhacén32893479SpainAndalucian Ranges2007-06-12
55.Beinn Ime7121011UK-ScotlandGreat Britain2007-09-29
56.Ben Vorlich632943UK-ScotlandGreat Britain2007-09-30
57.Doi Inthanon18502580ThailandShan-Western Thailand2008-09-04
58.Lochnagar6711156UK-ScotlandGreat Britain2009-05-03
59.Vihren Vrh17842915BulgariaMacedonia-Thrace2009-08-11
60.Musala24732925BulgariaMacedonia-Thrace2009-08-15
61.Beinn a'Bheithir-Sgorr Dhearg7291024UK-ScotlandGreat Britain2010-05-01
62.Meall a'Bhuiridh7951108UK-ScotlandGreat Britain2010-05-02
63.Zugspitze17462962Germany/AustriaNorthern Alps2010-06-07
64.Sněžka12021602Czech Republic/PolandBohemian Ranges2010-06-10
65.Moldoveanu20462544RomaniaSouthern Carpathians2011-09-07
66.Beinn A’ Ghlo6571121UK-ScotlandGreat Britain2012-05-05
67.Lantau Peak934934Hong KongWuyi Shan2012-05-25
68.Vestursúla í Botnssúlum6891089IcelandNorwegian Sea Islands2012-06-24
69.Hekla7961491IcelandNorwegian Sea Islands2012-06-25
70.Hvannadalshnúkur21102110IcelandNorwegian Sea Islands2012-06-28
71.Olympus19511951CyprusCyprus2013-02-12
72.Dinara7331831Bosnia/CroatiaDinaric Alps2014-07-11
73.Pico Ruivo18621862PortugalNorth Atlantic Islands2015-01-21
74.Korab21692764Albania/MacedoniaGreek-Albanian Ranges2015-07-06
75.Daravica10182658KosovoDinaric Alps2015-07-08
76.Durmitor14782523MontenegroDinaric Alps2015-07-10
77.Midzor14792169Bulgaria/SerbiaBalkan Mountains2015-07-12

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