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Wild Sky 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: 48

ClimberTotal ClimbedPercent ClimbedMost Recent ClimbMost Recent PeakPriorityComplete ListMaps
Beavon, Fred2654.172013-09-01 bBeckler Peak Central Complete ListPoints
Myers, Grant2450.002007-01-27Quarter Dome Complete ListPoints
Boos, Andy2450.002015-03-05Excelsior Mountain Complete ListPoints
Radenska, Yana1735.422013-12-07Mount Stickney Complete ListPoints
Burt, Richard1225.002009-08-30Baring Mountain Complete ListPoints
Willis, Craig1225.002011-09-24Mount Fernow Complete ListPoints
Walker, Adam1225.002014-08-10 bMount Fernow Complete ListPoints
Graf, Lynn1020.832009-12-12Captain Point Complete ListPoints
Stolk, John1020.832010-06-26Beckler Peak Complete ListPoints
helminger, mike1020.832012-12-01San Juan Hill Complete ListPoints
Eames, Eric1020.832014-08-23Baring Mountain-South Peak Complete ListPoints
Johnson, Eric918.752010-10-13Alpine Baldy Complete ListPoints
Labovitch, Dan918.752015-05-23Iron Mountain Complete ListPoints
VanderBilt, Monty816.672011-10-01Beckler Peak Complete ListPoints
Bradshaw, Franklin816.672011-12-11Eagle Rock Complete ListPoints
Kraai, Bryan816.672013-08-22Evergreen Mountain Complete ListPoints
Baxstrom, Curt714.582005-06-30 aConglomerate Point Complete ListPoints
Nanevicz, Tom714.582011-09-25Beckler Peak Complete ListPoints
Strand, Andrew714.582012-07-05Beckler Peak Complete ListPoints
Michelson, Paul714.582014-07-03Evergreen Mountain Complete ListPoints
Powrie, Chuck714.582014-09-20Evergreen Mountain Complete ListPoints
Shaw, Mike612.502002-08-11Baring Mountain Complete ListPoints
Jones, Ken612.502012-07-08Beckler Peak Complete ListPoints
Rice, Scott612.502013-07-16Evergreen Mountain Complete ListPoints
Dewey, Andy510.422005-08-14 bTownsend Mountain Complete ListPoints
Mesahchie, #510.422010-06-12Baring Mountain Complete ListPoints
Shih, Susan510.422013-09-14Merchant Peak Complete ListPoints
Earl, Edward510.422014-11-08Excelsior Mountain Complete ListPoints
Weiland, Craig510.422015-05-20Merchant Peak Complete ListPoints
Flynn, Dale48.332005-08-27Gunn Peak Complete ListPoints
Eisenberg, Mickey48.332010-08-01Scorpion Mountain Complete ListPoints
Noel, Eric48.332011-09-24Mount Fernow Complete ListPoints
Lauren, Dan48.332013-05-26Baring Mountain Complete ListPoints
Slayden, Greg48.332013-07-27 bBeckler Peak Central Complete ListPoints
Below, Matt48.332013-09-14Tailgunner Complete ListPoints
Wiencke, Bent48.332013-12-28Evergreen Mountain Complete ListPoints
Altitude, Schmidt48.332014-07-16Townsend Mountain Complete ListPoints
Jordan, Fletcher48.332014-11-08Tailgunner Complete ListPoints
Russell, Ken48.332014-11-08Excelsior Mountain Complete ListPoints
Evans, Alexei48.332015-01-03Beckler Peak Complete ListPoints
Willhite, Eric36.250000Mount Stickney Complete ListPoints
Hagan, Tim36.251982-09-18Baring Mountain Complete ListPoints
Yore, Gene36.251997-11Merchant Peak Complete ListPoints
Kunz, Ben36.252012-01-12Gunn Peak Complete ListPoints
Panza, Jeff36.252012-09-22Merchant Peak Complete ListPoints
Heindel, Dave36.252012-10-20Beckler Peak Complete ListPoints
Guthrie, Colin36.252013-07-14Evergreen Mountain Complete ListPoints
Suhr, Louise36.252013-07-28Beckler Peak Complete ListPoints
LaMar, Kristie36.252013-09-14Beckler Peak Complete ListPoints
Dilluvio, Dandelion36.252013-10-20Sunrise Mountain Complete ListPoints
Straub, Chad36.252014-01-04Townsend Mountain Complete ListPoints
Halder, Tim36.252014-03-07Baring Mountain Complete ListPoints
Hanson, Vic36.252014-09-12Baring Mountain Complete ListPoints
Barlow, James36.252014-10-04 cTailgunner Complete ListPoints
Jenkins, Ron36.252014-10-05Gunn Peak Complete ListPoints
Mathias, Sean36.252015-06-07Scorpion Mountain Complete ListPoints
Lin, Cindy36.252015-06-20 bScorpion Mountain Complete ListPoints

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