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Mid-Atlantic with 25 Miles of Isolation


Showing Nikolai Braun's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (0 out of 18, or 0%)

RankPeakIsol-Mi Elev-Ft StateNHN NameAscentsAscent Date
1.Slide Mountain136.44180New YorkKillington Peak1006 
2.Mount Marcy129.65344New YorkMount Monroe1848 
3.Lyon Hill75.72580PennsylvaniaCentre County High Point24 
4.North Mountain58.02585PennsylvaniaElk Hill-South Knob16 
5.Wicomico County High Point50.090MarylandLittle Cove Point42 
6.Blue Knob46.03120PennsylvaniaBaughman Rocks82 
7.Madison County High Point43.92140New YorkCornish Hill40 
8.Elk Hill39.72680PennsylvaniaPeak 272539 
9.Frost Hill34.32280New YorkHartsville Hill20 
10.Armenia Mountain30.52458PennsylvaniaCedar Mountain9 
11.Cape Henlopen Great Dune29.970DelawareSussex County High Point31 
12.Virgil Mountain29.52132New YorkMadison County High Point51 
13.Snowy Mountain28.23898New YorkSantanoni Peak-South Peak319 
14.Connecticut Hill28.02099New YorkVirgil Mountain50 
15.Quirauk Mountain26.72140MarylandClarks Knob50 
16.Bears Head25.32094PennsylvaniaPenobscot Mountain46 
17.Centre County High Point25.12630PennsylvaniaPeak 282224 
18.Tuscarora Mountain25.12458PennsylvaniaCoot Hill75 

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