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EPIC List - States of the USA - Multiple Ascents Grid

Showing all of Richard Carey's ascent dates (max 10 rounds) (Overall: 60 out of 95, or 63.16%)

RankGeographyPeak Elev-Ft  Prom-Ft TotalRound 1
Round 2
Round 3
1.NullDenali20,31020,1461 1993-06-01   
2.NullMount Whitney14,49810,0783 1973-09-03  1987-08-15  1988-08-27 
3.NullMount Elbert14,43390731 1989-09-06   
4.NullMount Rainier14,41113,2461 2004-06-16   
5.NullGannett Peak13,80470761 1998-08-21   
6.NullMauna Kea13,79613,7962 1999-05-11  2010-12-08  
7.NullKings Peak13,52863481 2004-07-25   
8.NullWheeler Peak13,16134091 1988-06-04   
9.NullBoundary Peak13,1402532 1989-06-03  1992-07-25  
10.NullWheeler Peak13,06375631 1992-06-26   
11.NullGranite Peak12,79947591 1997-08-12   
12.NullBorah Peak12,66259821 1997-08-16   
13.NullHumphreys Peak12,63360392 1988-10-08  1999-07-13  
14.NullSierra Blanca Peak11,97355331 2004-09-11   
15.NullCharleston Peak11,91682412 1989-06-24  1992-05-30  
16.NullMount Hood11,23977061 1998-06-18   
17.NullCrazy Peak11,20957091 2014-07-26   
18.NullMount Graham10,72063201 2000-05-05   
19.NullMount Cleveland10,4665226    
20.NullSacajawea Peak983863881 2010-07-19   
21.NullGuadalupe Peak874930291 1995-10-08   
22.NullBaldy Peak837839181 2003-05-25   
23.NullEmory Peak782544851 2015-03-19   
24.NullBlack Elk Peak723129111 1996-05-31   
25.NullMount Mitchell668460891 1994-09-03   
26.NullClingmans Dome664345031 2000-05-24   
27.NullMount Washington628861481 2001-09-23   
28.NullMount Rogers572924491 2000-05-28   
29.NullPanorama Point5426261 1996-05-28   
30.NullMount Marcy534449141 2001-09-27   
31.NullKatahdin526842881 2001-09-19   
32.NullHogback Mountain5062582    
33.NullBlack Mesa497301 1996-05-26   
34.NullSpruce Knob486127812 2000-05-29  2000-06-29  
35.NullBrasstown Bald478421081 2000-05-22   
36.NullMount Mansfield439336331 2001-09-26   
37.NullBald Knob43612041    
38.NullMorton Hill4300400    
39.NullKillington Peak42353315    
40.NullApple Orchard Mountain42252825    
41.NullSlide Mountain41803280    
42.NullBlack Mountain413918991 2000-05-27   
43.NullMount Sunflower4039191 1996-05-27   
44.NullSassafras Mountain35547541 2000-05-22   
45.NullWhite Butte35065461 1996-05-30   
46.NullMount Greylock348724631 2001-09-17   
47.NullBackbone Mountain3360801 2000-05-29   
48.NullMount Davis32136531 2000-05-30   
49.NullHogback Mountain31891069    
50.NullMagazine Mountain275321331 2000-05-16   
51.NullMount Everett26081663    
52.NullLyon Hill2580980    
53.NullSugar Loaf Mountain25601880    
54.NullBoundary Butte25411031    
55.NullMount Haley2470930    
56.NullCheaha Mountain240514451 2000-06-18   
57.NullMount Frissell-South Slope238001 2001-09-17   
58.NullEagle Mountain230113211 2001-06-25   
59.NullShade Mountain-Snyder County High Point218014401 2002-05-29   
60.NullQuirauk Mountain21401460    
61.NullMount Arvon19799491 2001-06-26   
62.NullTimms Hill19514251 2001-06-28   
63.NullHigh Point18038831 2000-06-05   
64.NullTaum Sauk Mountain17725121 2000-06-11   
65.NullBlue Mounds1719934    
66.NullBriar Hill17061041    
67.NullButler County High Point1680240    
68.NullHawkeye Point1670401 2001-06-22   
69.NullCarroll County High Point1560330    
69.NullPottawatomie County High Point1560260    
71.NullCampbell Hill15496391 2000-06-08   
72.NullNorth Preston Hill1447877    
73.NullBurley Hill13186681 2002-05-25   
74.NullMudlick Mountain1313673    
75.NullHoosier Hill12572971 2000-06-08   
76.NullCharles Mound1235951 2000-06-10   
77.NullWilliams Hill1064624    
78.NullWashington County High Point1050420    
79.NullPilot Rock966306    
80.NullBenton County High Point915208    
81.NullGraves Mountain890360    
82.NullJerimoth Hill8121921 2002-05-26   
83.NullLittle Mountain810300    
84.NullWoodall Mountain8062961 2000-05-18   
85.NullChoctaw County High Point723383    
86.NullBeacon Pole Hill550300    
87.NullDriskill Mountain5352251 2000-05-17   
88.NullBossier Parish High Point470230    
89.NullEbright Azimuth450401 2000-05-30   
90.NullBritton Hill345651 1992-02-27   
91.NullIron Hill340200    
92.NullSugarloaf Mountain310245    
93.NullBeacon Hill211211    
94.NullWicomico County High Point9038    
95.NullCape Henlopen Great Dune7060    

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

Front Runners List: Click here to see list completion progress by climbers that log their climbs using

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About the Multiple Ascent Grid:

  • This table grid shows all peaks on a given list, and all ascents done by Richard Carey, 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 combines all the peaks that are either the highest, most prominent, or most isolated in all the 50 US states. The list only contains 95 peaks, not 150, because in most states one peak comes out #1 in two or three categories. You can sort the list by "section" or category, to see which states have dominant peaks and which have three separate peaks.

Other notes:

  • The most prominent peak in several states is not positively known. However, only the most likely contender is shown fore a state most prominent peak, to keep the list simple. You can look at this list here to see a more detailed breakdown.
  • The District of Columbia is not counted for the purposes of this list.


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