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Stephen Mather Wilderness - Front Runners List

Important: This table ONLY lists climbers who are using 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: 196

ClimberTotal ClimbedPercent ClimbedMost Recent ClimbMost Recent PeakPriorityComplete ListMaps
Myers, Grant9146.432011-05-19 bPeak 5560 Complete ListPoints
helminger, mike6432.652015-07-20Kitling Peak Complete ListPoints
Bradshaw, Franklin5528.062014-01-01Hidden Lake Peaks Complete ListPoints
Eames, Eric5025.512015-07-06Big Beaver Peak Complete ListPoints
Boos, Andy4824.492014-09-11Stetattle Ridge-North Peak Complete ListPoints
Johnson, Eric4221.432010-09-03Fisher Peak Complete ListPoints
Duncan, Don3316.842006-08-24Mox Peaks-Northwest Peak Complete ListPoints
Stolk, John3316.842015-06-27Genesis Peak Complete ListPoints
Dewey, Andy3316.842015-06-27 bRainy Peak Complete ListPoints
Radenska, Yana3216.332013-07-26Hurry-Up Peak Complete ListPoints
Michelson, Paul3115.822014-11-01 bEgg Point Complete ListPoints
Lauren, Dan2914.802014-08-11Cosho Peak Complete ListPoints
Halder, Tim2713.782014-03-07Mixup Peak Complete ListPoints
Ricardi, Joshua2613.272014-07-26Storm King Complete ListPoints
Beckey, Fred2512.761957 bEldorado Peak Complete ListPoints
Roper, John2412.241983-09-26Mount Blum Complete ListPoints
Albert, Sean2412.242015-07-24Goode Mountain Complete ListPoints
Tautvydas, Milda2311.730000Cosho Peak Complete ListPoints
Flynn, Dale2311.732006-08-07Mount Custer Complete ListPoints
Warren, Linsey2311.732014-06-08Austera Peak Complete ListPoints
Sheriff, Steve2211.222003-06-09Mesahchie Peak Complete ListPoints
Baxstrom, Curt2211.222013-07-24Mount Rahm Complete ListPoints
Shy, Luke2211.222014-09-20Boston Peak Complete ListPoints
Murphy, Colleen2110.712015-07-20 bGoode Mountain Complete ListPoints
Myer, Julie2010.202015-07-08Mount Rahm Complete ListPoints
Beavon, Fred199.692007-08-29Snowfield Peak Complete ListPoints
Howe, Noel199.692015-07-24Goode Mountain Complete ListPoints
Walker, Adam199.692015-07-29Mount Logan Complete ListPoints
Hornback, Kevin189.182015-07-08Mount Rahm Complete ListPoints
Rice, Scott178.672015-07-15Black Peak Complete ListPoints
Shih, Susan168.162015-07-08Mount Rahm Complete ListPoints
Prager, James157.652009-08-06Mount Challenger Complete ListPoints
Banes, John157.652012-09-23Stilletto Peak Complete ListPoints
Strand, Andrew157.652014-10-05Hock Mountain Complete ListPoints
Bobick, Stephen157.652015-06-10Forbidden Peak Complete ListPoints
Nanevicz, Tom157.652015-06-13Klawatti Peak Complete ListPoints
Guderian, Jeff157.652015-06-27Genesis Peak Complete ListPoints
Altitude, Schmidt147.142011-08-30 bCopper Mountain Lookout Complete ListPoints
DeRoo, Tom147.142012-08-08Primus Peak Complete ListPoints
Jordan, Fletcher147.142015-06-06Mount Spickard Complete ListPoints
Below, Matt147.142015-06-13Klawatti Peak Complete ListPoints
Romer, Geordie136.632003Paul Bunyans Stump Complete ListPoints
Mock, Matthew136.632013-07-06Mount Spickard Complete ListPoints
VanderBilt, Monty136.632014-08-06Mount Spickard Complete ListPoints
Morrow, John136.632014-10-07 bCub Peak Complete ListPoints
Stahlecker, Curtis136.632015-07-08Mount Rahm Complete ListPoints
Porter, Carry126.122012-09-23Black Peak Complete ListPoints
Lewis, Michael126.122015-07-29Mount Logan Complete ListPoints
Kunz, Ben115.612014-08-17Dorado Needle Complete ListPoints
Hiker, Through115.612014-09-28 bCosho Peak Complete ListPoints
Smith, Austin115.612015-06-10Trappers Peak Complete ListPoints
Mesahchie, #115.612015-06-21Austera Peak Complete ListPoints
Thomas, John115.612015-06-21Eldorado Peak Complete ListPoints
Chen, Liang105.102012-09-02McMillan Spire Complete ListPoints
Farr, Tyler105.102013-07-24Mount Spickard Complete ListPoints
Lentz, Gretchen105.102013-07-27Mount Spickard Complete ListPoints
Elwell, Abram105.102013-08-31Trappers Peak Complete ListPoints
Jenkins, Ron105.102015-06-06Snowfield Peak Complete ListPoints
Weiland, Craig105.102015-06-27Mount Buckner Complete ListPoints

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