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USA Lower 48 Triple Divide Points - 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: 54

ClimberTotal ClimbedPercent ClimbedMost Recent ClimbMost Recent PeakPriorityComplete ListMaps
Schwab, Bob1935.192015-02-08Lula Triple Divide Complete ListPoints
Lostracco, Ben1833.332015-02-24Mississippi-Trinity-Sabine Triple Divide Complete ListPoints
Schwartz, Michael1222.222011-11-10 bWatering Pond Knob-Northeast Ridge Complete ListPoints
Poulin, Dennis1018.522015-05-08 eMud Lake East Complete ListPoints
Laverdure, Jean André 814.812015-03-19Woodchuck Hill-East Peak Complete ListPoints
Pomeroy, Tom611.112013-06-10Lula Triple Divide Complete ListPoints
Dunham, Dave59.262010-08-27Mississippi-Santee-Pee Dee Triple Divide Complete ListPoints
Bernier, Alan59.262015-02-05Choctaw Lookout Tower Complete ListPoints
Mlynarek, Julia47.412008-07-05 aBorder Monument 441 Peak Complete ListPoints
Wheeler, Terry47.412008-07-05 aBorder Monument 441 Peak Complete ListPoints
Pramuk, Gabriel47.412010-08-20Mount Washington Complete ListPoints
Whalen, Joe47.412011-08-24 dMount Washington Complete ListPoints
Hebert, Bill47.412012-03-05 dSalton-Santa Ana-Great Basin Triple Divide Complete ListPoints
Layton, Tom47.412013-08-10 bMississippi-Roanoke-Pee Dee Triple Divide Complete ListPoints
Spadaro, Tycho47.412014-07-09Mount Field-Northwest Summit Complete ListPoints
Carr, David35.561986Mount Field-Northwest Summit Complete ListPoints
Josephson, Arthur35.561986-07-26Salmon Mountain Complete ListPoints
MacLeod, Gordon35.561989-09-28Chiricahua Peak Complete ListPoints
Slayden, Greg35.561994-07-26Triple Divide Peak Complete ListPoints
Jones, Ken35.562001-06-22Chiricahua Peak Complete ListPoints
Vitz, John35.562002-09-27Mount Washington Complete ListPoints
Covill, Dave35.562005-11-04Chiricahua Peak Complete ListPoints
Wallen, Roy35.562005-11-05Chiricahua Peak Complete ListPoints
French, Michael35.562006Kernersville Triple Divide Complete ListPoints
Snyder, Steve35.562008-06-14Styles Peak-North Peak Complete ListPoints
Pig, ManBear35.562008-06-28Salmon Mountain Complete ListPoints
Hathaway, Justin35.562008-07-27Styles Peak-North Peak Complete ListPoints
Bjørstad, Petter35.562008-09-22Mount Washington Complete ListPoints
Threatte, Kenith35.562009-02-08Long Mountain Complete ListPoints
Leitch, Will35.562010-02-16Mount Field-Northwest Summit Complete ListPoints
Gordon, Glen35.562010-07-09Mount Washington Complete ListPoints
Lobdell, Fred35.562010-10-07Kernersville Triple Divide Complete ListPoints
Knight, Kevin35.562011-08-07 CMount Washington Complete ListPoints
John, Thompson35.562011-10-07Salmon Mountain Complete ListPoints
Retemeyer, Jim35.562012-06-01 bChiricahua Peak Complete ListPoints
MacQuarrie, Scott35.562012-08-18Mount Washington Complete ListPoints
Graver, Nicolas35.562012-08-24Mount Washington Complete ListPoints
Harris, Arthur35.562012-11-23Chiricahua Peak Complete ListPoints
Radigan, Taylor35.562013-06-14Mount Field-Northwest Summit Complete ListPoints
Massad, Serge35.562013-07-01Salmon Mountain Complete ListPoints
Vitiello, Brian35.562013-09-14Mount Field-Northwest Summit Complete ListPoints
Baldwin, Adam35.562013-10-10Mount Washington Complete ListPoints
Putta, Theja35.562014Mount Field Complete ListPoints
Coleman, Josey35.562014-01-20 cMount Field-Northwest Summit Complete ListPoints
Goumas, Zachary35.562014-07-26 AMount Washington Complete ListPoints
Lennon, Duncan35.562014-09-14Triple Divide Peak Complete ListPoints
Wymore, Jobe35.562014-10-07 cSawmill Mountain-West Peak Complete ListPoints
Hughes, Aimee35.562015-05-22Mount Field-Northwest Summit Complete ListPoints
Newman, Laura35.562015-06-01Mississippi-Trinity-Sabine Triple Divide Complete ListPoints
Bellemare, Max35.562015-06-24Mount Field Complete ListPoints

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