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Mountaineers Everett Lookout Peaks

Showing Robert Kleffner's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (0 out of 20, or 0%)

RankPeak Elev-Ft
Range (Level 5) Prom-Ft
AscentsAscent Date
9.Alpine Lookout6235Glacier Peak-North Stevens Pass Area119583 
16.Anderson Butte-Lookout Site5400Skagit Range12024 
7.Church Mountain6315Skagit Range115551 
12.Dickerman Mountain5723Mountain Loop Area843595 
18.Dock Butte5239Skagit Range2309100 
5.Green Mountain6500Central North Cascades780199 
2.Hidden Lake Lookout6890Central North Cascades330237 
11.Huckleberry Mountain5856Central North Cascades17612 
13.Lookout Mountain5699Central North Cascades1179119 
1.Mount David7420Glacier Peak-North Stevens Pass Area246079 
19.Mount Higgins Lookout Site4849Mountain Loop Area24949 
17.Mount Pilchuck5340Mountain Loop Area2900999 
20.Mount Si4180Alpine Lakes Area3002148 
8.Mount Townsend6280Eastern Olympic Mountains640337 
15.Park Butte5480Skagit Range640162 
3.Rock Mountain6880Glacier Peak-North Stevens Pass Area720145 
14.Sauk Mountain5541Skagit Range1661183 
10.Sourdough Mountain-Lookout Site5985Skagit Range145107 
6.Surprise Mountain6330Wenatchee Mountains57089 
4.Winchester Mountain6510Skagit Range870139 

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