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Select Peaks of Greater Yellowstone - Multiple Ascents Grid

Based on Tom Turiano's Select Peaks Guidebook/History Tome

Showing all of Alex Lennon's ascent dates (max 10 rounds) (Overall: 38 out of 107, or 35.51%)

RankPeak Elev-Ft  Prom-Ft TotalRound 1
Round 2
Round 3
1.Gannett Peak13,80470761 2016-07-02   
2.Grand Teton13,77065302 2014-07-28  2015-09-13  
3.Fremont Peak13,74511841 2014-09-03   
4.Mount Warren13,722962    
5.Mount Helen13,620820    
6.Wind River Peak13,1922552    
7.Francs Peak13,1534056    
8.Harrower Peak13,052932    
9.Temple Peak12,97214521 2019-08-16   
10.Mount Owen12,9286881 2016-08-04   
11.Lizard Head Peak12,8421882    
12.Middle Teton12,80411241 2014-09-07   
13.Granite Peak12,79947591 2017-09-02   
14.Mount Wood12,66028601 2018-07-07   
15.Peak 1263512,6351395    
16.Castle Mountain12,61226521 2018-07-05   
17.Mount Moran12,60526051 2018-07-20   
18.Musembeah Peak12,593713    
19.Mount Bonneville12,585785    
20.Whitetail Peak12,5511271    
21.Washakie Needles12,5181347    
22.Beartooth Mountain12,3511471    
23.Teewinot Mountain12,3258051 2014-08-02   
24.Glacier Peak12,320800    
25.Carter Mountain12,3191679    
26.Trout Peak12,2443684    
27.Red Tops12,242842    
28.Dead Indian Peak12,2161216    
29.Wiggins Peak12,1761136    
30.Wapiti Ridge12,1652485    
31.Younts Peak12,1562241    
32.Needle Mountain12,106986    
33.Fortress Peak12,0851643    
34.Buck Mountain11,93812981 2015-08-28   
35.Sunlight Peak11,922962    
36.Overlook Mountain11,8691167    
37.Ishawooa Cone11,8531093    
38.Raggedtop Mountain11,8401120    
39.Battlement Mountain11,813893    
40.Wolf Mountain11,8001120    
41.Doubletop Peak11,72029601 2018-06-29   
42.Pilot Peak11,6992499    
43.Black Peak11,6571337    
44.Ramshorn Peak11,635515    
45.Pinnacle Buttes11,51615561 2016-08-19   
46.Antoinette Peak11,40710291 2016-06-18   
47.Tosi Peak11,380980    
48.Wyoming Peak11,37835381 2016-09-10 b   
49.Eagle Peak11,3671847    
50.Hilgard Peak11,31640631 2017-07-07   
51.Closed Benchmark11,3041584    
52.Koch Peak11,2931173    
53.Mount Douglas11,2821642    
54.Sheep Mountain11,23911223 2015-09-20  2017-07-15  2019-07-06 
55.Echo Peak11,220860    
56.Mount Cowen11,2122652    
57.Imp Peak11,2021002    
58.Two Sisters11,1901830    
59.Gros Peak11,18015401 2019-07-28   
60.Lone Mountain11,1622722    
61.Triple Peak11,12716071 2017-09-29 b   
62.Pollux Peak11,0631223    
63.Gallatin Peak11,01531971 2015-06-27   
64.Turret Mountain11,006366    
65.Monument Peak10,9951592    
66.Electric Peak10,9693389    
67.Notch Mountain10,9501190    
68.Black Mountain10,9411301    
69.Abiathar Peak10,928848    
70.Emigrant Peak10,9212609    
71.Fossil Mountain10,9167561 2015-06-14   
72.Mount Fitzpatrick10,90722271 2016-09-11   
73.The Needles10,8801477    
74.Sphinx Mountain10,87620761 2017-08-19   
75.Hoback Peak10,86225421 2018-06-15   
76.Pinnacle Peak10,808408    
77.Mount McDougal10,78023401 2017-09-29 a   
78.Rock Lake Peak10,770570    
79.Jackson Peak10,7419813 2014-07-04  2015-06-06  2018-06-23 
80.The Pyramid10,7301170    
81.Crow Mountain10,727946    
82.Beehive Peak10,7201000    
83.Mount Wagner10,70912121 2019-09-15   
84.Mount Wallace10,697857    
85.Cutoff Mountain10,6951735    
86.Mount Doane10,656976    
87.Sage Peak10,6532053    
88.Silvertip Peak10,6451365    
89.Clause Peak10,61215721 2018-08-05   
90.South Sheep Mountain10,6063666    
91.Avalanche Peak10,56810081 2015-06-12 b   
92.Mount Chisholm10,3332018    
93.Mount Holmes10,3311211    
94.Mount Leidy10,32618061 2016-06-11 b   
94.Man Peak10,3261006    
96.Mount Sheridan10,30823081 2014-07-20   
97.Hyalite Peak10,298658    
98.Ramshorn Peak10,2961216    
99.Mount Blackmore10,154514    
100.Virginia Peak10,141621    
101.Haystack Peak10,1067861 2019-05-26   
102.Stewart Mountain10,10310631 2017-06-09   
103.Mount Baird10,02517051 2016-08-08 a   
104.Powder Peak9862662    
105.Baldy Mountain983520751 2017-06-02   
106.Ferry Peak96128521 2016-06-10   
107.Elephanthead Mountain94311911 2018-05-25   

Main Peak List: Click here to see the standard peak listing, showning more informational columns and just the first ascent date.

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About the Multiple Ascent Grid:

  • This table grid shows all peaks on a given list, and all ascents done by Alex Lennon, up to 10 ascents per peak.
  • While many peakbaggers do not like to repeat ascents, some will try to do multiple "laps" or "rounds" of a favorite list, often one close to home.
  • The header for each ascent column shows, in parentheses, the total number of peaks climbed in each "round", and clicking the header link will sort your ascents for that round.
  • Due to space limitations, this listing has just the basic peak info, so up to ten date columns can be shown. Please use the main peak list (linked above) for more basic info and functionality.
  • Some climbers will log two ascents of the same peak on the same day--for example, when doing an out-and-back ridge run with other ascents sandwiched between two of the same peak. Some might not consider these to be two separate ascents for the purposes of doing multiple rounds. Clicking on the "Count a peak only once per day" link in the header will collapse multiple ascents of a peak on a single day into just one ascent for this grid list.

List Description

This list is not formally or mathematically defined--it is simply a list of 107 peaks in a great book. But, like the book, the list is a rewarding one for peakbaggers. It has a very pleasing variety to it, from trail hikes to serious mountaineering expeditions, and from rock spires to wilderness meadows. The common bond of these summits is that they represent the best of the incredible mountain diversity of the Greater Yellowstone area, the hub of the northern Rockies. Represented are peaks from a galaxy of great ranges: the Tetons, the Wind Rivers, the Beartooths, and many others.

Anyone who has the mountains in their heart could be inspired to move to Jackson Hole so that they can start picking off summits on this great list.


Exum mountain guide Tom Turiano's richly researched tome Select Peaks of Greater Yellowstone is the source for this list.

Selected Guidebook(s) for this List

       Select Peaks of Greater Yellowstone (Turiano)

Caution: These books feature many of the peaks on this list, but may not have information on all of them.


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