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EPIC List - States of the USA

Showing Mark Prosser's first Winter ascent dates for climbed peaks (11 out of 95, or 11.58%)

RankPeakStateSection Elev-Ft  Prom-Ft Isol-MiAscentsAscent Date
1.High PointNew JerseyAll 3 Categories180388323.79082008-02-23
2.Woodall MountainMississippiElevation80629612.55392008-12-22
3.Brasstown BaldGeorgiaElevation/Prominence4784210815.99182016-01-16
4.Britton HillFloridaElevation345655.95652016-02-13
5.Guadalupe PeakTexasElevation8749302972.68682017-03-12
6.Wheeler PeakNew MexicoElevation13,161340937.07822017-03-15
7.Black MesaOklahomaElevation49730.45292017-03-16
8.Mount SunflowerKansasElevation403919.85802017-03-17
9.Charles MoundIllinoisElevation1235952.53982019-02-17
10.Campbell HillOhioAll 3 Categories1549639169.36602019-02-18
10.Hoosier HillIndianaElevation125729746.86232019-02-18
 DenaliAlaskaAll 3 Categories20,31020,1464629.4216 
 Mount WhitneyCaliforniaAll 3 Categories14,49810,0781646.32624 
 Mount ElbertColoradoAll 3 Categories14,4339073670.61416 
 Mount RainierWashingtonAll 3 Categories14,41113,246731.22050 
 Gannett PeakWyomingAll 3 Categories13,8047076290.4270 
 Mauna KeaHawaiiAll 3 Categories13,79613,7962452.5571 
 Kings PeakUtahAll 3 Categories13,5286348166.6604 
 Boundary PeakNevadaElevation13,140253.5678 
 Wheeler PeakNevadaIsolation13,0637563231.8541 
 Granite PeakMontanaElevation12,799475986.0268 
 Borah PeakIdahoAll 3 Categories12,6625982150.8543 
 Humphreys PeakArizonaElevation/Isolation12,6336039245.91058 
 Sierra Blanca PeakNew MexicoProminence/Isolation11,9735533165.7116 
 Charleston PeakNevadaProminence11,9168241135.2815 
 Mount HoodOregonElevation/Prominence11,239770657.31463 
 Crazy PeakMontanaProminence11,209570944.678 
 Mount GrahamArizonaProminence10,720632082.4158 
 Mount ClevelandMontanaIsolation10,466522698.273 
 Sacajawea PeakOregonIsolation98386388125.5145 
 Baldy PeakTexasIsolation8378391895.455 
 Emory PeakTexasProminence7825448541.9247 
 Black Elk PeakSouth DakotaAll 3 Categories72312911139.5782 
 Mount MitchellNorth CarolinaAll 3 Categories668460891189.01309 
 Clingmans DomeTennesseeAll 3 Categories6643450370.71341 
 Mount WashingtonNew HampshireAll 3 Categories62886148819.64097 
 Mount RogersVirginiaElevation5729244940.5861 
 Panorama PointNebraskaElevation5426261.3585 
 Mount MarcyNew YorkElevation/Prominence53444914129.61869 
 KatahdinMaineAll 3 Categories52684288158.31675 
 Hogback MountainNebraskaProminence506258211.318 
 Spruce KnobWest VirginiaAll 3 Categories48612781175.4796 
 Mount MansfieldVermontElevation/Prominence4393363351.91605 
 Bald KnobVirginiaIsolation4361204149.669 
 Morton HillNebraskaIsolation430040043.619 
 Killington PeakVermontIsolation4235331556.3842 
 Apple Orchard MountainVirginiaProminence4225282533.7157 
 Slide MountainNew YorkIsolation41803280136.41023 
 Black MountainKentuckyElevation/Prominence4139189914.7539 
 Sassafras MountainSouth CarolinaElevation35547549.3720 
 White ButteNorth DakotaElevation350654637.5434 
 Mount GreylockMassachusettsElevation/Prominence3487246323.61455 
 Backbone MountainMarylandElevation3360801.2738 
 Mount DavisPennsylvaniaElevation321365325.0815 
 Hogback MountainSouth CarolinaProminence31891069.118 
 Magazine MountainArkansasAll 3 Categories27532133373.7604 
 Mount EverettMassachusettsIsolation2608166332.1229 
 Lyon HillPennsylvaniaIsolation258098075.724 
 Sugar Loaf MountainOklahomaProminence256018806.711 
 Boundary ButteNorth DakotaProminence/Isolation2541103195.323 
 Mount HaleyOklahomaIsolation247093072.911 
 Cheaha MountainAlabamaAll 3 Categories24051445106.7669 
 Mount Frissell-South SlopeConnecticutElevation23800.0810 
 Eagle MountainMinnesotaAll 3 Categories23011321437.1435 
 Shade Mountain-Snyder County High PointPennsylvaniaProminence218014409.835 
 Quirauk MountainMarylandProminence2140146026.750 
 Mount ArvonMichiganElevation1979949123.2409 
 Timms HillWisconsinElevation195142591.8496 
 Taum Sauk MountainMissouriElevation/Isolation1772512148.1606 
 Blue MoundsWisconsinProminence/Isolation1719934130.7103 
 Briar HillMichiganProminence/Isolation17061041161.232 
 Butler County High PointKansasIsolation168024085.520 
 Hawkeye PointIowaElevation1670404.5489 
 Pottawatomie County High PointKansasProminence156026045.322 
 Carroll County High PointIowaProminence/Isolation156033078.725 
 North Preston HillConnecticutProminence14478776.223 
 Burley HillConnecticutIsolation131866825.289 
 Mudlick MountainMissouriProminence13136734.541 
 Williams HillIllinoisProminence/Isolation106462491.546 
 Washington County High PointIndianaProminence105042038.329 
 Pilot RockKentuckyIsolation96630648.137 
 Benton County High PointIndianaIsolation91520855.221 
 Graves MountainGeorgiaIsolation89036048.421 
 Jerimoth HillRhode IslandElevation81219213.3774 
 Little MountainSouth CarolinaIsolation81030046.242 
 Choctaw County High PointMississippiProminence/Isolation72338394.813 
 Beacon Pole HillRhode IslandProminence5503005.341 
 Driskill MountainLouisianaElevation/Isolation53522586.3500 
 Bossier Parish High PointLouisianaProminence47023031.720 
 Ebright AzimuthDelawareElevation45040.7717 
 Iron HillDelawareProminence3402005.641 
 Sugarloaf MountainFloridaProminence/Isolation310245209.876 
 Beacon HillRhode IslandIsolation21121115.416 
 Wicomico County High PointMarylandIsolation903850.042 
 Cape Henlopen Great DuneDelawareIsolation706029.931 

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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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