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2021 Summits & Highpoints

After spending Saturday morning on the Grand Mesa, I’m now ready to start turning my attention back to the Colorado Plateau and I’m pretty sure I won’t be hiking any more peaks in the mountains this year. At the beginning of the summer I had set myself a modest goal of trying to hike at least 25 new peaks this year, along with finishing the state highpoints that I care about (Arizona and New Mexico), and I’m happy to report that I exceeded those goals with 36 peaks, including the two state highpoints. Here is a list of the summits I hiked this summer, and as always, you can check out my full Summit Log here.

 

  1. Lost Lakes Peaks, West (11,928)
  2. Lost Lakes Peaks, East (11,935)
  3. Hahns Peak (10,839)
  4. Johnny Bull Mountain (12,012)
  5. Eagle Peak (12,113)
  6. Blackhawk Mountain (12,681)
  7. Flattop Mountain (12,098)
  8. Horse Mountain (11,130)
  9. Grand View (10,895)
  10. Broncho Mountain (12,834)
  11. Square Top Mountain (12,985)
  12. Sugarloaf (12,754)
  13. Finch Benchmark (11,086)
  14. Marble Peak (11,314)
  15. Arkansas Mountain (11,853)
  16. PT 12670 (12,670)
  17. Calf Creek Plateau (Cannibal Benchmark) (12,644)
  18. Eureka Mountain (12,929)
  19. PT 13270 (Parson Peak) (13,270)
  20. California Mountain (13,220)
  21. Cuba Benchmark (13,019)
  22. Humphreys Peak (12,633)
  23. La Mosca Lookout (11,036)
  24. Mount Taylor (11,301)
  25. Wheeler Peak (13,161)
  26. Mount Walter (13,140)
  27. Rito Alto Peak (13,794)
  28. Hermit Peak (13,350)
  29. Van Wit (13,254)
  30. Monumental Peak (13,369)
  31. Paywell Mountain (12,260)
  32. Central Mountain (12,380)
  33. Brittle Silver Mountain (12,486)
  34. Mount Darline (11,306)
  35. Crater Peak (11,327)
  36. Mount Hatten (11,310)

 

You can find my list of summits from the previous two years here:  [2018]  [2019]  [2020]

 

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