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New Mexico 11,000-foot Peaks - 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: 85

ClimberTotal ClimbedPercent ClimbedMost Recent ClimbMost Recent PeakPriorityComplete ListMaps
Robinson, Phil7183.532015-06-25 cPinabete Peak Complete ListPoints
Oestreicher, Richard4552.942014-06-26South Fork Peak Complete ListPoints
Ten Broeck, Hunter2428.242011-06-25Peak 12217 Complete ListPoints
Bernier, Alan2225.882013-07-03Bull Creek Peak Complete ListPoints
Robinson, Garret2225.882014-06-28 eTrouble Benchmark Complete ListPoints
Nichols, Mark1922.352007-06-16Lake Peak Complete ListPoints
Packard, Bob1922.352007-08-30Venado Peak Complete ListPoints
Hyams, Mark1720.002007-07-11Trouble Benchmark Complete ListPoints
Roach, Gerry1517.651973-05-15Sierra Blanca Peak Complete ListPoints
Martin, Andy1517.652014-08-11Grouse Mesa Complete ListPoints
Jaremko-Wright, Will1416.472011-08-24Vintrero Benchmark Complete ListPoints
Worth, Tim1214.122009Latir Mesa Complete ListPoints
J, S1214.122010-06-13Frazer Mountain Complete ListPoints
Surgent, Scott1112.942007-08-11Cerro Vista Complete ListPoints
Vitz, John1112.942008-10-08Venado Peak Complete ListPoints
Jones, Ken1112.942013-09-29Cerro Vista Complete ListPoints
Earl, Edward1011.762006-09-22Little Costilla Peak Complete ListPoints
Helman, Adam1011.762011-09-18Chicoma Mountain Complete ListPoints
Carey, Richard1011.762014-07-12Chicoma Mountain Complete ListPoints
Martin, Bob910.590000Wheeler Peak Complete ListPoints
Wymore, Jobe910.592001-07-14Truchas Peak Complete ListPoints
Wenner, Donald910.592007-07-22Santa Fe Baldy Complete ListPoints
Covill, Dave910.592007-09-15Redondo Peak Complete ListPoints
Young, Cliff910.592009-11-07Lake Peak Complete ListPoints
Lowe, Richard 910.592013-03-12Lookout Mountain Complete ListPoints
Olson, David89.412001-09-29Lookout Mountain Complete ListPoints
Mallory, Kirk89.412004-10-23Elk Mountain Complete ListPoints
Winger, Charlie89.412006-06-04Little Costilla Peak Complete ListPoints
Beals, Jerry89.412008-08-04Mount Taylor Complete ListPoints
Wylam, Sean89.412009-09-26Truchas Peak Complete ListPoints
Poulin, Dennis89.412009-10-06 cSanta Fe Baldy Complete ListPoints
Shiver, Jack89.412014-08-20Little Costilla Peak Complete ListPoints
MacLeod, Gordon78.241981-08-15Barbara Peak Complete ListPoints
Mitchler, John78.242000-04-21Lookout Mountain Complete ListPoints
Ashworth, Kevin78.242006-09-01North Truchas Peak Complete ListPoints
Stolk, John78.242009-06-05Truchas Peak Complete ListPoints
Cope, Tom78.242010-08-11Lobo Peak Complete ListPoints
Wenner, Don78.242013-07-20Little Costilla Peak Complete ListPoints
Gilsdorf, Chris78.242013-10-06Elk Mountain Complete ListPoints
Covill, Beckie67.060000Mount Taylor Complete ListPoints
Florence, Pat67.062007-02-17Mount Taylor1Complete ListPoints
Kinton, Dave67.062010-10-29Elk Mountain Complete ListPoints
Myers, Grant67.062013-09-27Mount Taylor Complete ListPoints
Harris, Arthur67.062014-08-24Medio Truchas Peak Complete ListPoints
Bolton, Bob67.062014-08-25Truchas Peak Complete ListPoints
Gilliland, Duane67.062014-08-25Truchas Peak Complete ListPoints
Dixon, Bryan55.880000Comanche Peak Complete ListPoints
King, Asa55.882010-09-03East Pecos Baldy Complete ListPoints
Coleman, Josey55.882011-10-08Mount Taylor Complete ListPoints
Tucker, Brett55.882012-06Ripley Point Complete ListPoints
Stewart, Robert55.882012-09-29Jicarita Peak Complete ListPoints
Kassan, Eric55.882013-09-08Sierra Blanca Peak Complete ListPoints
Jones, Karen55.882013-09-29Cerro Vista Complete ListPoints
Dolan, Jay55.882014-05-25Sierra Blanca Peak Complete ListPoints
Zaharia, Jackson55.882014-07-26Penitente Peak Complete ListPoints
Ellsworth, Dick55.882014-08-10Elk Mountain Complete ListPoints
Gergen, Teresa55.882014-11-18Mount Taylor Complete ListPoints

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