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ID 50 Finest - 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: 50

ClimberTotal ClimbedPercent ClimbedMost Recent ClimbMost Recent PeakPriorityComplete ListMaps
Jones, Ken4488.002015-07-25Ryan Peak Complete ListPoints
Poulin, Dennis3570.002015-07-25Ryan Peak Complete ListPoints
Packard, Bob3264.002014-08-06Cape Horn Mountain Complete ListPoints
Vitz, John2958.002009-09-17Scotchman Peak Complete ListPoints
Molen, Dean2856.002012-08-12Big Elk Mountain Complete ListPoints
Earl, Edward2652.002015-05-17Blacktail Mountain Complete ListPoints
Irvine, Ryder2652.002015-06-23Sturgill Peak Complete ListPoints
Zhou, Victor2550.002014-08-30Patrick Butte Complete ListPoints
pelton, michael2448.002015-06-27Patrick Butte Complete ListPoints
Martin, Andy2244.002013-09-11Sturgill Peak Complete ListPoints
Stolk, John2142.002014-08-30Snowbank Mountain Complete ListPoints
Bolton, Bob2040.002014-07-06 bQueen Mountain Complete ListPoints
Myers, Grant1734.002014-08-30 bSnowbank Mountain Complete ListPoints
Helman, Adam1632.002012-07-28She Devil Complete ListPoints
Nichols, Mark1530.002013-06-27Oxford Peak Complete ListPoints
Morris, Caleb1530.002014-08-23Smoky Dome Complete ListPoints
Anderson, Chris1428.002013-07-20Rhodes Peak Complete ListPoints
Wofford, Terry1428.002013-09-22Cinnabar Mountain Complete ListPoints
Durrant, Matthew1326.002013-11-16Deep Creek Peak Complete ListPoints
Wymore, Jobe1326.002015-06-28 aScotchman Peak Complete ListPoints
Gilliland, Duane1224.002014-07-06Queen Mountain Complete ListPoints
Pahlas, Dave1122.002015-05-30Sturgill Peak Complete ListPoints
Sheriff, Steve1020.002014-09-12Ryan Peak3Complete ListPoints
Martin, Bob918.002001-07-22Deep Creek Peak Complete ListPoints
Grant, Sam918.002015-07-07 bMount Jefferson Complete ListPoints
Sewell, Tom816.001990-07-01Ryan Peak Complete ListPoints
Jones, Karen816.002014-08-03 aSnowbank Mountain Complete ListPoints
Boos, Andy714.002015-07-02Diamond Peak Complete ListPoints
Williamson, Kevin612.002004-08-02Meade Peak Complete ListPoints
Brekhus, Betty612.002009-07-14Oxford Peak Complete ListPoints
Brekhus, Betty612.002009-07-14Oxford Peak Complete ListPoints
Brekhus, Jerry612.002009-07-14Oxford Peak Complete ListPoints
Carey, Richard612.002015-07-04Mica Peak Complete ListPoints
MacLeod, Gordon510.001990-08-11Ryan Peak Complete ListPoints
Winger, Charlie510.002013-07-12Cache Peak Complete ListPoints
Jones, Colin48.002001-09-02Rhodes Peak Complete ListPoints
Jones, Evan48.002001-09-02Rhodes Peak Complete ListPoints
Hebert, Bill48.002003-09-22South Selkirk Crest Complete ListPoints
Slayden, Greg48.002009-02-03 aBonneville Peak Complete ListPoints
Ellsworth, Dick48.002009-07Cinnabar Mountain Complete ListPoints
Peterson, Rick48.002011-11Scotchman Peak Complete ListPoints
Frankle, Brian48.002012-11-06Deep Creek Peak Complete ListPoints
Hensley, Richard48.002013-07-14Diamond Peak Complete ListPoints
Bernier, Alan48.002013-07-15Borah Peak Complete ListPoints
Hathaway, Brett48.002014-06-14Snowbank Mountain Complete ListPoints
Rowe, Terri48.002014-10-11Cache Peak Complete ListPoints
Schwab, Bob36.001994-08-16Borah Peak Complete ListPoints
Talbert, Brandon36.002005-08-04Deep Creek Peak Complete ListPoints
Evans, M36.002007-09Thompson Peak Complete ListPoints
Noel, Eric36.002009-06-22Scotchman Peak Complete ListPoints
Foutz, Tracy36.002010-07-23South Selkirk Crest Complete ListPoints
Strand, Andrew36.002010-08-18Thompson Peak Complete ListPoints
Bjørstad, Petter36.002011-07-10Diamond Peak Complete ListPoints
Olsen, Chris36.002011-08-06Hyndman Peak Complete ListPoints
Gilsdorf, Chris36.002013-07-05She Devil Complete ListPoints
Harris, Arthur36.002013-07-05She Devil Complete ListPoints
Woodall, Rob36.002013-07-15Borah Peak Complete ListPoints
Henney, Victor36.002013-07-29Cache Peak Complete ListPoints
Wyman-Henney, Susan36.002013-07-29Cache Peak Complete ListPoints
Hibbard, Lou36.002013-09-09Diamond Peak Complete ListPoints
Percoski, Derek36.002014-09-07Hyndman Peak Complete ListPoints
Watrous, Hal 36.002015-07-01Borah Peak Complete ListPoints
Kassan, Eric36.002015-07-04Cache Peak Complete ListPoints
Nuernberger, Josef36.002015-07-04Cache Peak Complete ListPoints
Putnam, Ned36.002015-07-04She Devil Complete ListPoints
McClellan, Paul36.002015-07-10Scotchman Peak Complete ListPoints

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