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Rockland1000 - Front Runners List

Important: This table ONLY lists climbers who are using Peakbagger.com to log their ascents, plus a few random famous climbers. It is NOT in any way a comprehensive or authoritative listing of those who are pursuing or have completed this peak list.

The list shows the top 200 climbers, ordered by peaks climbed. A climber becomes a candidate for inclusion by climbing at least 2 of the peaks on this list, AND more than 5% of the total number of peaks. (For lists with over 400 peaks, the minimum is simply 20 peaks climbed.) The Priority column shows a user-entered value from 1 (highest priority) to 100 (lowest).

Total Number of Ranked Peaks on List: 16

ClimberTotal ClimbedPercent ClimbedMost Recent ClimbMost Recent PeakPriorityComplete ListMaps
Wright, Mike16Complete!2013-09-15Pingyp Mountain1Complete ListPoints
Taylor, Rick1487.502015-04-06Ladentown Mountain Complete ListPoints
Kassell, Henry1381.252013-02-24Ladentown Mountain Complete ListPoints
Bretz, Jamie1275.002011-08-07Ramapo Torne Complete ListPoints
Jones, Mark850.002011-03-26Pingyp Mountain Complete ListPoints
Koppel, Eric743.752010-10-18 aRockhouse Mountain Complete ListPoints
Gilmour, Dan743.752011-04-09Pingyp Mountain Complete ListPoints
Massa, Matt637.502011-05-22West Mountain Complete ListPoints
Whalen, Joe637.502011-11-19 dCats Elbow Cliff Complete ListPoints
Radigan, Taylor637.502011-12-03The Timp Complete ListPoints
Connelly, Brennan531.252009-11-01The Timp Complete ListPoints
Bridges, David531.252014-06-15Dunderberg Mountain Complete ListPoints
Laverdure, Jean André 531.252014-12-22 eWest Mountain-Northwest Lookout Complete ListPoints
Saltsman, Greg531.252015-04-25Rockhouse Mountain Complete ListPoints
Murray, Robert425.001997-01-19Bald Mountain Complete ListPoints
Lange, Nate425.002009-05-03 aRockhouse Mountain Complete ListPoints
Olivari, Anthony425.002013-04-14 bRockhouse Mountain Complete ListPoints
Rose, John425.002013-06-08Bald Mountain Complete ListPoints
Colquhoun, Ian318.752004-08-24Rockhouse Mountain Complete ListPoints
Curran, John318.752008-04-06Ramapo Torne Complete ListPoints
Lostracco, Ben318.752011-05-13 bJackie Jones Mountain Complete ListPoints
Lynch, Donovan318.752011-11-05 cDunderberg Mountain Complete ListPoints
Armencha, Val318.752012-04-07Pingyp Mountain Complete ListPoints
Wexler, Lanny212.501991-11-30Rockhouse Mountain Complete ListPoints
Murray, Leslie212.501995-07-30Ramapo Torne Complete ListPoints
Packard, Bob212.501999-05-27Rockhouse Mountain Complete ListPoints
Peters, William212.502006-05-16Jackie Jones Mountain Complete ListPoints
Bubniak, Gregory212.502007-01-22Dunderberg Mountain Complete ListPoints
Miller, Sue212.502007-09-23Jackie Jones Mountain Complete ListPoints
Retemeyer, Jim212.502009-10-17Jackie Jones Mountain Complete ListPoints
Cockrell, Scott212.502010-06-12Jackie Jones Mountain Complete ListPoints
Waltz, Mike212.502010-09-15Rockhouse Mountain Complete ListPoints
Kloster, Vince212.502011-05-30Rockhouse Mountain Complete ListPoints
Ryan, Sean212.502011-06-26Dunderberg Mountain Complete ListPoints
Wandall, Ed212.502012-04-06Jackie Jones Mountain Complete ListPoints
Bickford, Andrew212.502012-04-28 bRockhouse Mountain Complete ListPoints
Schneider, Micah212.502012-09-01Jackie Jones Mountain Complete ListPoints
Quintela, Manny212.502013-01-20 bDunderberg Mountain Complete ListPoints
Myers, Ethan212.502013-01-24Bald Mountain Complete ListPoints
Brigham, Brian212.502014-04-23Jackie Jones Mountain Complete ListPoints
Wiley, John212.502014-10-13Jackie Jones Mountain Complete ListPoints
Bernier, Alan212.502014-12-15Rockhouse Mountain Complete ListPoints
Genna, Deborah212.502015-05-17Cats Elbow Cliff Complete ListPoints

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