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World Island High Points

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Showing Sylvia Alfery's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (23 out of 32000, or 0.07%)

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RankIslandPeak Prom-M  Elev-M CountryIsol-KmAscent Date
1.SingaporeBukit Timah176176Singapore54.42007-08-27
3.Saint VincentLa Soufrière12341234Saint Vincent and the Grenadines161.72010-12-31
4.BarbadosMount Hillaby340340Barbados170.82011-01-02
5.JamaicaBlue Mountain Peak22562256Jamaica272.72011-01-05
6.Cat IslandMount Alvernia6363Bahamas415.52011-01-11
7.SumatraGunung Kerinci38053805Indonesia1904.02011-04-14
8.JavaGunung Semeru36763676Indonesia390.92011-04-24
9.NauruNauru High Point6565Nauru294.92011-05-02
10.TimorRamelau29632963East Timor770.82011-05-03
11.LombokGunung Rinjani37263726Indonesia1600.72011-05-10
12.FunafutiTuvalu High Point55Tuvalu497.12011-06-18
13.Viti LevuMount Victoria13241324Fiji Islands1101.12011-06-23
14.Hawaii (Big Island)Mauna Kea42054205United States3946.92011-06-25
15.BabelthuapMount Ngerchelchauus242242Palau903.92011-07-18
16.WilingiliWilingili Island High Point33Maldives734.22012-12-11
17.Cheju-doHalla-san19501950South Korea613.12013-04-22
19.ColoaneAlto Coloane176176Macau39.22013-05-16
21.Grande ComoreKartala23612361Comoros657.52014-04-09
22.RéunionPiton des Neiges30713071Reunion2766.62014-05-16
23.MauritiusPetite Rivière Noire Peak828828Mauritius200.02014-05-25

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