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Texas 7000-foot Peaks - 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: 41

ClimberTotal ClimbedPercent ClimbedMost Recent ClimbMost Recent PeakPriorityComplete ListMaps
Sedlak, Matt1741.462015-06-20Bartlett Peak1Complete ListPoints
Bieri, Dave819.512005-02-21Emory Peak Complete ListPoints
Packard, Bob819.512015-04-01Whitetail Mountain Complete ListPoints
Martin, Andy717.072014-03-26San Antonio Mountain Complete ListPoints
Earl, Edward614.632005-04-17Baldy Peak Complete ListPoints
Helman, Adam614.632005-04-18Emory Peak Complete ListPoints
Surgent, Scott614.632005-10-01Peak 7282 Complete ListPoints
Barr, Peter614.632015-01-01Toll Mountain Complete ListPoints
Martin, Bob512.200000Baldy Peak Complete ListPoints
Jones, Ken512.202015-04-01 bBaldy Peak Complete ListPoints
Covill, Dave49.762000-02-20Baldy Peak Complete ListPoints
Stewart, Dennis49.762001-02-01 01Toll Mountain Complete ListPoints
Shortt, Rickey49.762002-04-24Bush Mountain Complete ListPoints
Schwartz, Michael49.762002-06-02Baldy Peak Complete ListPoints
Prowatzke, Michael49.762002-11-28Hunter Peak Complete ListPoints
Williamson, Kevin49.762003-02-16Emory Peak Complete ListPoints
Brekhus, Jerry49.762003-02-22North Franklin Mountain Complete ListPoints
Everett, Roxanne49.762004-02-26Guadalupe Peak Complete ListPoints
Mallory, Kirk49.762006-03-19Baldy Peak Complete ListPoints
Stolk, John49.762009-04-19Baldy Peak Complete ListPoints
Strand, Andrew49.762009-04-19Baldy Peak Complete ListPoints
Leale, Patrick49.762012-09-16Emory Peak Complete ListPoints
Boos, Andy49.762014-11-14Emory Peak Complete ListPoints
Carey, Richard49.762015-03-19Toll Mountain Complete ListPoints
Mitchler, John37.320000North Franklin Mountain Complete ListPoints
Dowling, Steve37.321979-01-13Guadalupe Peak Complete ListPoints
Powell, James37.321992-10-25North Franklin Mountain Complete ListPoints
Adams, Russell37.321995El Capitan Complete ListPoints
Sewell, Tom37.321996-12-01Hunter Peak Complete ListPoints
Beals, Jerry37.322001-11-18Hunter Peak Complete ListPoints
Garner, John37.322002North Franklin Mountain Complete ListPoints
Lobdell, Fred37.322002-06-02Baldy Peak Complete ListPoints
Olson, David37.322003-02-16Emory Peak Complete ListPoints
Brekhus, Betty37.322003-02-22North Franklin Mountain Complete ListPoints
Brekhus, Betty37.322003-02-22North Franklin Mountain Complete ListPoints
Wieman, Scott37.322003-03-28Emory Peak Complete ListPoints
Vitz, John37.322004-04-17North Franklin Mountain Complete ListPoints
Nemcik, Cynthia37.322005-09-24Baldy Peak Complete ListPoints
Horbal, Matt37.322006-12-17Guadalupe Peak Complete ListPoints
Berry, Michael37.322010-09-21Lost Mine Peak Complete ListPoints
Kittell, Kirk37.322012-01-14Hunter Peak Complete ListPoints
Lostracco, Ben37.322012-01-30 bToll Mountain Complete ListPoints
Thornton, J37.322012-02El Capitan Complete ListPoints
Poulin, Dennis37.322012-02-24Emory Peak Complete ListPoints
Myers, Grant37.322012-04-27North Franklin Mountain Complete ListPoints
Beavers, Michael37.322013-01-12North Franklin Mountain Complete ListPoints
Roach, Gerry37.322013-06-02North Franklin Mountain Complete ListPoints
Wilkerson, Drew37.322014-01-30Casa Grande Peak Complete ListPoints
Carlson, Josh37.322014-04-09Emory Peak Complete ListPoints
Harris, Arthur37.322014-04-19Baldy Peak Complete ListPoints
Kamholz, Collin37.322014-05-09Emory Peak Complete ListPoints
Anthony, Rob37.322014-05-24Guadalupe Peak Complete ListPoints
Musser, Karen37.322015-01-03Emory Peak Complete ListPoints
Musser, William 37.322015-01-03Emory Peak8Complete ListPoints
Anderson, Bill37.322015-01-18Bush Mountain Complete ListPoints
Ellsworth, Dick37.322015-03-20Emory Peak Complete ListPoints

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