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Arizona Wilderness High 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: 89

ClimberTotal ClimbedPercent ClimbedMost Recent ClimbMost Recent PeakPriorityComplete ListMaps
Moore, Robert4247.192012-09Aztec Peak Complete ListPoints
Surgent, Scott2730.342013-11-09Baboquivari Peak Complete ListPoints
Morehouse, James910.112015-03-31Baboquivari Peak Complete ListPoints
Strauch, John66.742006-11-01Baboquivari Peak Complete ListPoints
Waxman, Asher55.621993-11-25Baboquivari Peak Complete ListPoints
Earl, Edward1516.852008-01-19Bassett Peak Complete ListPoints
Vincent, Landon Q.66.742011-11-12Bassett Peak Complete ListPoints
Flood, Terry910.112010-04-10Black Mesa Complete ListPoints
Jantz, Adam55.622013-12-21Browns Peak Complete ListPoints
Martin, Sarah55.621992Browns Peak Complete ListPoints
Jacobs, Bill55.622006-12-15Browns Peak Complete ListPoints
Gilsdorf, Chris1617.982014-06-21Chiricahua Peak Complete ListPoints
Berry, Michael1314.612015-04-19Chiricahua Peak Complete ListPoints
Christensen, Keith1011.242015-03-08Chiricahua Peak Complete ListPoints
Garry, Paul910.112015-05-25Chiricahua Peak Complete ListPoints
Barlow, James88.992015-03-08 aChiricahua Peak Complete ListPoints
Retemeyer, Jim77.872012-06-01 bChiricahua Peak Complete ListPoints
Jones, Colin66.742001-06-22Chiricahua Peak Complete ListPoints
Ranschau, Cuno66.741982-11-25Eagletail Peak Complete ListPoints
Nelson, Jerry1213.482006-08-13Escudilla Mountain Complete ListPoints
Jones, Ken2730.342015-03-10 bFossil Springs Wilderness High Point Complete ListPoints
Rankine, Graeme910.112015-05-09Granite Mountain Complete ListPoints
Martin, Andy4044.942014-03-09Gro Benchmark Complete ListPoints
Poulin, Dennis2528.092014-03-31Harquahala Wilderness High Point Complete ListPoints
Giurgiulescu, Mihai66.742015-01-03Harquahala Wilderness High Point Complete ListPoints
De Las Torres, Alexa77.872014-11-28Humphreys Peak Complete ListPoints
De Las Torres, Chiky66.742014-11-28Humphreys Peak Complete ListPoints
Wallen, Roy66.742007-06-23Humphreys Peak Complete ListPoints
Witt, Jose55.622012-07-07Humphreys Peak Complete ListPoints
Mitchell, Christine55.621989-06-18Humphreys Peak Complete ListPoints
Sapowith, Brett55.622013-06-29Humphreys Peak Complete ListPoints
DuPont, Chase55.622014-06-14Humphreys Peak Complete ListPoints
Gerlach, Greg55.622012-10-07Humphreys Peak Complete ListPoints
Bartell, Ron55.621980-05-24Humphreys Peak Complete ListPoints
Packard, Bob5056.182007-01-29Jackson Mountain Complete ListPoints
Nichols, Mark3438.202006-09-23Jump Benchmark Complete ListPoints
Hebert, Bill1011.242014-02-27Maricopa Mountains High Point Complete ListPoints
Hanson, Vic88.992014-02-10Mica Mountain Complete ListPoints
Wymore, Jobe88.992005-03-22Mica Mountain Complete ListPoints
Myers, Grant77.872011-04-07Mica Mountain Complete ListPoints
Gilliland, Duane66.742010-05-01Mica Mountain Complete ListPoints
Boos, Andy55.622008-11-19Mica Mountain Complete ListPoints
Thornley, Patrick55.622011-10-16Mica Mountain Complete ListPoints
Leale, Patrick55.622012-10-24Mica Mountain Complete ListPoints
Cerney, Anji77.872015-05-24Miller Peak Complete ListPoints
Wing, Kathy66.742014-04-11Miller Peak Complete ListPoints
Kassan, Eric2426.972014-12-25Mount Ajo Complete ListPoints
Newman, Laura88.992014-01-19Mount Ajo Complete ListPoints
Gosnell, Michael55.622014-01-19Mount Ajo Complete ListPoints
Henney, Victor55.621989-03-19Mount Ajo Complete ListPoints
Rich, Kathy55.622012-12-01Mount Ajo Complete ListPoints
Covill, Dave1011.242008-09-09Mount Baldy-North Peak Complete ListPoints
Stender, Matthias55.622015-06-07Mount Baldy-North Peak Complete ListPoints
Winger, Charlie1921.352014-03-10Mount Bangs Complete ListPoints
Humes, Kevin77.872013-07-14Mount Bangs Complete ListPoints
Blaney, Linda55.622013-09-14Mount Bangs Complete ListPoints
Roach, Gerry2022.472014-05-21Mount Logan Complete ListPoints
Sumner, Bob1011.242013-05-17Mount Logan Complete ListPoints
Henry The, Mountain Man55.622013-05-04 3Mount Logan Complete ListPoints
Evans, M55.622010-06-04Mount Logan Complete ListPoints
Murphy, Susan55.622013-05-05Mount Logan Complete ListPoints
Helman, Adam1719.102011-04-02Mount Tipton Complete ListPoints
Stolk, John88.992006-12-19Mount Tipton Complete ListPoints
Brewster, Joel88.992013-04-07Mount Tipton Complete ListPoints
Dolan, Jay88.992014-12-14Mount Tipton Complete ListPoints
Kamholz, Collin77.872013-01-26Mount Tipton Complete ListPoints
Burd, Bob55.620000Mount Tipton Complete ListPoints
Richter, Dan55.621994-11-19Mount Tipton Complete ListPoints
Peavy, Scott2730.342014-07-25Mount Trumbull Complete ListPoints
Jones, Karen77.872010-06-11Mount Trumbull Complete ListPoints
Ide, John55.622013-10-23Mount Trumbull Complete ListPoints
Komuro, Kay55.622014-03-22Mount Wilson Complete ListPoints
Hubbuch, Austin55.622013-02-24Mount Wilson Complete ListPoints
Wyman-Henney, Susan88.992008-12-22Mount Wrightson Complete ListPoints
Sadoway, Daniel55.622015-03-15Mount Wrightson Complete ListPoints
MacLeod, Gordon3033.712009-06-02Munds Mountain Complete ListPoints
Molen, Dean1719.102014-03-18North Peloncillo High Point Complete ListPoints
Vitz, John5258.432015-03-21Peak 6973 Complete ListPoints
Carey, Richard3235.962014-07-09Pilot Rock Complete ListPoints
Noel, Eric1314.612011-03-24Pine Mountain98Complete ListPoints
Bolton, Bob88.992012-11-12Signal Peak Complete ListPoints
914, BMS88.992014-01-11Signal Peak Complete ListPoints
Gergen, Teresa66.742014-12-30Signal Peak Complete ListPoints
Lobdell, Fred66.742000-07-09Signal Peak Complete ListPoints
Knight, Michael66.742011-01-17Signal Peak Complete ListPoints
wajda, rraine66.742013-12-29Signal Peak Complete ListPoints
Nelsen, Don55.622014-11-28Signal Peak Complete ListPoints
Martin, Bob55.620000Signal Peak Complete ListPoints
Kelliher, Mat55.622014-01-18 aSignal Peak Complete ListPoints
Dodge, Daryn55.622009-02-24Signal Peak Complete ListPoints
Jones, Evan910.112012-02-04Table Top Complete ListPoints
Rankine, Andrew88.992015-03-08Woodchute Mountain Complete ListPoints

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