Welcome to Peakbagger.com!
An online resource for summit-focused hikers, climbers, and mountain
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 their ascents, post trip reports, and track
their climbing activity. The site is based on a large dynamic database of
peaks, lists, ranges, and climbers.
- iPhone/iPad App: The iOS Peakbagger App is a new app that is feature-compatible with the popular Android Peakbagger app. It allows
registered site users to view peak lists and enter ascents on their Apple device. 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!
in the Peakbagger.com Mountain Range Classification System, a
comprehensive taxonomy of the ranges of the world.
my take on just what a peakbagger is, in a short essay on the subject.
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: Black Mesa (USA-OK)
This beautiful granite monument atop the flat expanse of Black Mesa marks the highest spot in Oklahoma (1989-04-23).
Latest Site Update
Database update that includes a massive new set of Isolation data for thousands of peaks, courtesy of Andrew Kirmse with database help from Jonathan de Ferranti. Several new Isolation lists are now present for continents and other areas of the world, all based on "true isolation" to nearest higher ground, not nearest peak in the database.
Also, this update reflects over a hundred minor bug fixes, tweaks, and other updates, as well as promotion of many provisional peaks.