Peakbagger.com

Welcome to Peakbagger.com!

An online resource for summit-focused hikers, climbers, and mountain lovers

Peakbagger.com is a free web site that presents information and statistics about the mountain peaks and mountain ranges of the world. In addition, registered peakbaggers can log thier ascents, post trip reports, and track their climbing activity. The site is based on a large dynamic database of peaks, lists, ranges, and climbers.

Site Highlights

  • Android Phone App: The Peakbagger App is a new Android app that allows registered site users to view peak lists and enter ascents. See below for more info.
  • Peak lists, peak lists, and more peak lists! A goal of this site is to host the world's largest collection of online peak lists. Currently there are over four hundred main peak lists, and registered users can create their own using a query tool.
  • Get a free account and track your climbs and peak list completion status online!
  • Browse ranges in the Peakbagger.com Mountain Range Classification System, a comprehensive taxonomy of the ranges of the world.
  • Find out my take on just what a peakbagger is, in a short essay on the subject.
  • Search for information about a specific mountain peak or mountain range.
  • Contact the site's author or find out more about the site.

Random Featured Peak: Phelps Mountain


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view of Great Range, Colden and Mac's from Phelps (2015-06-14). Photo by Deb & Rob Osterhoudt.
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Latest Site Update
  • 2015-05-15: The Front Runner's List (FRL) page now has an option to filter the climbers to those in a "Buddy List". If you are logged in to the site, and you have created a list of other users in a personal Buddy List, then there will be a link in the upper-right corner of the FRL page that will quickly subset the FRL to just your buddies. This can make a big FRL more manageable, and, perhaps, stir up more friendly competition among friends.

Mobile Phone Apps for Peakbagger.com!

These three phone apps work as a mobile interface to the same database used by Peakbagger.com, so data entered in the app will appear online here, and vice-versa. Your login information (email and password) will work on this web site, and the mobile apps. The apps have a sleek mobile interface and implement a selected subset of the full site's functionality. (Click on screenshots below to see larger images.)

New!  Peakbagger App for Android Phones

Finally, an Android experience for Peakbagger users! This app is full of functionality and you can view, manage, and add your ascents on the go. Download is free.

Download the Peakbagger app from Google Play Click here for more information or to download.
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iCE Peak for Apple iPhone or iPad

iCE Field Applications has created the "iCE Peak" iPhone app. Allows you to view peak lists and log ascents. Features enhanced mapping capability from GMap4. Download is free.

Download iCEPeak from the Apple App Store Click here for more information or to download.
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Peak Bagger for Windows Phone

Now you can add and track your ascents on-the-go, using the Windows Phone 7 Peak Bagger application.  Allows the ability to add trip reports, and caches information so it works when off-line.

Download Peak Bagger for Windows Phone from AppsFuze Click here for more information or to download.
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The Fine Print: If you like this site:

Mountain climbing is a dangerous sport that kills hundreds of people every year, and the author(s) of this site assume no liability whatsoever for any information presented on Peakbagger.com. The material presented here can have many factual errors and is often purely subjective opinion. Before going into the mountains, it is your responsibility to obtain the necessary experience, skills, and gear.

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