Evan Nickel

Climbing the 50 U.S. State High Points

Status: 40/50

2012

Taum Sauk Mountain – Missouri (1,772 ft)

Hawkeye Point – Iowa (1,671 ft)

Panorama Point – Nebraska (5,427 ft)

 

 

 

2014

Clingmans Dome – Tennessee (6,643 ft)

Brasstown Bald – Georgia  (4,784 ft)

Sassafrass Mountain – South Carolina  (3,560 ft)

Mount Mitchell – North Carolina (6,684 ft)

Mount Rogers – Virginia (5,729 ft)

Black Mountain – Kentucky (4,145 ft)

Mount Arvon – Michigan (1,979 ft)

Timms Hill – Wisconsin (1,951 ft)

2015

Woodall Mountain – Mississippi (807 ft)

Cheaha Mountain – Alabama (2,413 ft)

Britton Hill – Florida (345 ft)

Driskill Mountain – Louisiana (535 ft)

Mount Magazine – Arkansas (2,753 ft)

Mount Elbert – Colorado (14,440 ft)

2016

Hoosier Hill – Indiana (1,257 ft)

Campbell Hill – Ohio (1,549 ft)

Spruce Knob – West Virginia (4,863 ft)

Backbone Mountain – Maryland (3,360 ft)

Mount Davis – Pennsylvania (3,213 ft)

Ebright Azimuth – Delaware (447 ft)

High Point – New Jersey (1,803 ft)

Jerimoth Hill – Rhode Island (811 ft)

Mount Frissell – Connecticut (2,379 ft)

Mount Greylock – Massachusetts (3,489 ft)

Katahdin – Maine (5,270 ft)

Mount Washington – New Hampshire (6,288 ft)

Mount Mansfield – Vermont (4,395 ft)

Charles Mound – Illinois (1,235 ft)

2017

Black Mesa – Oklahoma  (4,975 ft)

Wheeler Peak – New Mexico  (13,161 ft)

Humphreys Peak – Arizona  (12,637 ft)

Kings Peak – Utah (13,534 ft)

Mount Sunflower – Kansas (4,041 ft)

2018

Mount Marcy – New York (5,343 ft)

Eagle Mountain – Minnesota (2,301 ft)

White Butte – North Dakota (3,506 ft)

Black Elk Peak – South Dakota (7,231 ft)