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Geocaching is the sport of using GPS systems to locate hidden boxes at different geographical locations across the country. Directions and clues are left in the boxes to aid in the journey. Max's first geocaching expedition took him to the top of five different mountains. He had to hike to the top of each one. On the way he encountered some obstacle. From the clues below, determine the order of the mountains, the height of the mountain, and the obstacle he had to overcome to reach the box.
1 - Neither the first mountain nor the one where Max had trouble with thunderstorm include the word mountain in their name, and neither is as high as Death Grip Mountain.
2 - The third mountain is the lowest of the five.
3 - The mountain which had the wolf pack is higher than Broken Rope Pike.
4 - Max climbed Death Grip Mountain immediately before tackling Widow Peak.
5 - Max encountered a rockslide on the ascent of Free-Fall Peak, and a broken GPS on the highest mountain.
6 - The fourth mountain is covered in 5 ft of snow, and was climbed later than the 6,951 foot Insanity Mountain.
AnswerFirst was Free-Fall Peak that is 7,493 feet and had a rockslide.
Second was Insanity Mountain that is 6,951 feet and had a wolf pack.
Third was Broken Rope Pike that is 5,671 feet and had a thunderstorm.
Fourth was Death Grip Mountain that is 9,981 feet and had 5 ft of snow.
Fifth was Widow Peak that is 14,886 ft and had a broken GPS.
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