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Lake Chelan-Sawtooth Wilderness - 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: 56

ClimberTotal ClimbedPercent ClimbedMost Recent ClimbMost Recent PeakPriorityComplete ListMaps
Myers, Grant4987.502004-06-20Twin Peaks Complete ListPoints
Graf, Lynn1933.932013-07-05Finney Peak Complete ListPoints
helminger, mike1832.142014-09-28Beefhide Butte Complete ListPoints
Burt, Richard1730.362012-07-22Ba Peak Complete ListPoints
Johnson, Eric1628.572009-10-11Lincoln Butte Complete ListPoints
Altitude, Schmidt1526.792011-09-15Gilbert Mountain Complete ListPoints
Eames, Eric1526.792014-09-28Spirit Mountain Complete ListPoints
Stolk, John1526.792014-10-05Hock Mountain Complete ListPoints
Dewey, Andy1425.002010-05-25 bGardner Mountain Complete ListPoints
Bradshaw, Franklin1323.212011-09-03Seance Peak Complete ListPoints
Thomas, John1323.212014-05-18Hoodoo Peak Complete ListPoints
Duncan, Don1221.432011Rennie Peak Complete ListPoints
Strand, Andrew1221.432014-10-05Hock Mountain Complete ListPoints
Morrow, John1221.432014-10-11Abernathy Peak Complete ListPoints
Baxstrom, Curt1119.642010-08-14Reynolds Peak Complete ListPoints
Nanevicz, Tom1119.642013-10-26Reynolds Peak Complete ListPoints
Walker, Adam1119.642015-04-29Reynolds Peak Complete ListPoints
Michelson, Paul1017.862005-06-12Raven Ridge Complete ListPoints
Boos, Andy1017.862006-06-22Abernathy Peak Complete ListPoints
Mesahchie, #1017.862010-09-11Mount Bigelow Complete ListPoints
Banes, John1017.862013-06-08The Fin Complete ListPoints
Albert, Sean1017.862013-10-26 bMount Bigelow Complete ListPoints
Murphy, Colleen1017.862014-06-07Reynolds Peak Complete ListPoints
Anderson, Heather1017.862015-05-21Gardner Mountain Complete ListPoints
Tautvydas, Milda916.070000Abernathy Peak Complete ListPoints
Warren, Linsey916.070000Abernathy Peak Complete ListPoints
Flynn, Dale916.072002-09-01Gardner Mountain Complete ListPoints
Shy, Luke916.072012-07-05Raven Ridge-Libby Peak Complete ListPoints
Hiker, Through916.072012-07-28Mount Bigelow Complete ListPoints
Ricardi, Joshua916.072013-05-12Reynolds Peak Complete ListPoints
Halder, Tim916.072014-03-07Gardner Mountain Complete ListPoints
Radenska, Yana814.292009-11-01Hoodoo Peak Complete ListPoints
Painter, ChadL814.292013-08-04 cHoodoo Peak Complete ListPoints
Shih, Susan814.292014-07-27Kangaroo Temple Complete ListPoints
Rice, Scott814.292014-09-09 cHoodoo Peak Complete ListPoints
Lauren, Dan814.292014-09-27Mount Bigelow Complete ListPoints
Howe, Noel712.502013-08-19Oval Peak Complete ListPoints
Cokus, Patty712.502014-07-05 bRaven Ridge-Libby Peak Complete ListPoints
Jordan, Fletcher712.502015-05-21Gardner Mountain Complete ListPoints
Beavon, Fred610.712009-07-17 cRaven Ridge Complete ListPoints
Sun, Mnt610.712009-09-27Raven Ridge-Libby Peak Complete ListPoints
Limprecht, Rodney610.712011-08-02Abernathy Peak Complete ListPoints
Davidson, Aubrey610.712012-06Raven Ridge-Libby Peak Complete ListPoints
Lentz, Gretchen610.712012-07-15Star Peak Complete ListPoints
Below, Matt610.712013-06-29Kangaroo Temple Complete ListPoints
Monas, Devin610.712013-09-01Oval Peak Complete ListPoints
Rushwald, Ira58.932012-11-17Gardner Mountain Complete ListPoints
Globokar, Danika58.932013-09-01Oval Peak Complete ListPoints
Kraai, Bryan58.932014-06-03Abernathy Peak Complete ListPoints
Jones, Ken47.142008-08-10 bOval Peak Complete ListPoints
Hudson, Tim47.142011-10-01Mount Bigelow Complete ListPoints
Porter, Carry47.142012-09-03Mount Bigelow Complete ListPoints
Watrous, Hal 47.142013-07-12 13Oval Peak Complete ListPoints
Powrie, Chuck35.361992Kangaroo Temple Complete ListPoints
Noel, Eric35.362008-08-10 bOval Peak Complete ListPoints
Imler, Andrea35.362010-07-04Gardner Mountain Complete ListPoints
Suhr, David35.362011-07-31Abernathy Peak Complete ListPoints
Sheriff, Steve35.362011-09-05Gardner Mountain Complete ListPoints
Schmidt, Carlee35.362012-09-21Courtney Peak Complete ListPoints
W, Andreas35.362012-09-23Oval Peak Complete ListPoints
Shoukry, Joe35.362012-09-24Star Peak Complete ListPoints
Bifone, Chris35.362013-08-19Oval Peak Complete ListPoints
Bretherton, Kyle35.362013-09-01Gray Peak Complete ListPoints
Weiland, Craig35.362013-10-20Mount Bigelow Complete ListPoints
Parker, Nick35.362014-05-18Hoodoo Peak Complete ListPoints
Pearce, Jared35.362014-07-05Star Peak Complete ListPoints
Lewis, Michael35.362015-05-21 bGardner Mountain Complete ListPoints
Bobick, Stephen35.362015-05-30Mount Bigelow Complete ListPoints

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