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Unsuccessful Ascent List for Tom Nanevicz

No one can call themselves an experienced mountaineer unless they have turned back unsuccessfully from some of their summit attempts. Climbing is a game of knowing when to press on and when to bail, and these choices can mean the difference between great success and needless death. It is a misnomer, of course, to call any trip into the mountains “unsuccessful” —these attempts are often richer experiences with far more opportunities for learning and growth.

The following table shows all of Tom Nanevicz's unsuccessful attempts. If the peak was climbed later, then the successful ascent date is noted, and how much time elapsed since the attempt. The “Attempt” column will be 2, 3, or other higher numbers for peaks that have been unsuccessfully attempted more than once. Unsuccessful attempts of peaks that have already been climbed are also shown.

Ascent DateTrip ReportPeak or PointElev-ftReached-ftAttemptLocationProm-ftSuccess DateTime Elapsed
2009-01-26 Jim Hill Mountain67656700 USA-WA20852009-05-10104 Days Later
2009-02-28 Evergreen Mountain55875500 USA-WA16272009-12-05280 Days Later
2010-09-04 Three Way Peak67966780 USA-WA236 
2012-07-21 Big Snagtooth83308260 USA-WA5702014-10-032 Years, 74 Days Later
2014-06-15 Sherpa Peak86058500 USA-WA405 

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 = Peaks successfully climbed after unsuccessful attempt   = Unclimbed peaks  (Note: Unsuccessful attempts on previously climbed peaks are not shown)

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