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Core Europe Peaks with 1500 meters of Prominence - 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: 98

ClimberTotal ClimbedPercent ClimbedMost Recent ClimbMost Recent PeakPriorityComplete ListMaps
Bjørstad, Petter98Complete!2014-01-25Roman-Kosh10Complete ListPoints
Mclellan, Richard9495.922014-10-19Punta la Marmora Complete ListPoints
Mclellan, Denise7475.512014-10-19Punta la Marmora Complete ListPoints
Woodall, Rob6162.242014-09-27Vârful Pietrosu Complete ListPoints
Bjørstad, Pål4646.942014-01-25Roman-Kosh Complete ListPoints
Tillmanns, Stephan 4444.902015-06-21Monte Bondone Complete ListPoints
Richardson, Martin4444.902015-06-29Zugspitze2Complete ListPoints
Buerger, Michael3232.652014-07-23La Tournette Complete ListPoints
Newton, Lee3232.652015-05-15 aPunta la Marmora Complete ListPoints
Packard, Bob2626.532009-08-14Mulhacén Complete ListPoints
Friedrich, Martin2222.452013-09-14Corno Grande31Complete ListPoints
Gerber, Andrej1818.372012-09-16Mont Blanc Complete ListPoints
Fieles, Matthias1818.372015-04-04Olympus Complete ListPoints
Wabnig, Dagmar1717.352013-01-08Moldoveanu Complete ListPoints
Warren, James1717.352014-08-04Korab Complete ListPoints
McAllister, Mark1616.332014-10-10Moldoveanu Complete ListPoints
Martin, Andy1515.312014-06-21Óros Óssa Complete ListPoints
Somkuti, Nandor1414.292007-10Wilder Kaiser Complete ListPoints
Skrede, Lyngve1414.292013-10-07Olympus Complete ListPoints
Eckardt, Annett1414.292015-05-17Tödi Complete ListPoints
Holme, Lars1414.292015-06-22Mont Blanc Complete ListPoints
Douvier, Yan-Eric1313.272012-08-18 aPiz Bernina Complete ListPoints
Auderset, Iwan1313.272014-09-24Triglav Complete ListPoints
Edgar, David1313.272014-10-04Monte Cinto5Complete ListPoints
Gilbertson, Eric1313.272014-11-15Olympus Complete ListPoints
Tibatong, Habakuk1313.272015-05-17Tödi5Complete ListPoints
Murray, Robert1212.242011-04-26Roman-Kosh3Complete ListPoints
Koehne, Klaas1212.242014-10-14Cima Valdritta Complete ListPoints
Aitken, Mark1111.222012-09-21Corno Grande Complete ListPoints
Finn, Stefan1111.222013-07Piz Kesch Complete ListPoints
Weber, Andre1010.201998Grand Combin Complete ListPoints
Westcott, Julian1010.202014-07-21Moldoveanu Complete ListPoints
Drolpo, Dorje1010.202015-06-02Monte Cinto Complete ListPoints
Slayden, Greg99.181993-08-17Mont Blanc Complete ListPoints
Schaefer, Norbert99.182011-03-08Olympus Complete ListPoints
Dixon, Steve99.182013-02-12Olympus Complete ListPoints
Rodés Muñoz, Pere99.182013-07-29Galdhøpiggen Complete ListPoints
Belhadj, Malek99.182014-08-31 aHoher Dachstein Complete ListPoints
Earl, Edward88.162007-06-09Snøhetta Complete ListPoints
Peer, Stefan88.162011-10-01Grimming Complete ListPoints
Kerepesi, Péter88.162013-10-13Zirbitzkogel Complete ListPoints
Batt, Morgan88.162014-06-04Gerlachovský štít Complete ListPoints
Garneau, Robert88.162014-07-16Mont Blanc Complete ListPoints
Trošcák, Ondrej88.162014-08-27Ortles Complete ListPoints
Teicher, Gregory77.142011-04-10Monte Rosa Complete ListPoints
Buch, Damo77.142013-08-08Großglockner Complete ListPoints
McCoy, Casey 77.142013-08-12Marmolada Complete ListPoints
Bartlett, Ken77.142013-08-14Galdhøpiggen Complete ListPoints
Radwan, Marcin77.142014-09-06Olympus Complete ListPoints
Skorupa, Bartek77.142015-04-12Punta la Marmora Complete ListPoints
Johnson, Frederick66.121983-07-25Pico de Aneto Complete ListPoints
Ashworth, Kevin66.121991-09-19Piz Bernina Complete ListPoints
Spieczny, Jan66.122001Wildspitze Complete ListPoints
Mueller, Steffen66.122010-07-26Gran Paradiso Complete ListPoints
Colliander, Rickard66.122013-07-31Großglockner Complete ListPoints
Uherkovich, Szaniszlo66.122013-08-03Grintovec Complete ListPoints
Alexa, Richard66.122014-08-27Ortles Complete ListPoints
Jensen, Anders66.122014-10-26Mulhacén Complete ListPoints
glasper, steve55.101994-07-28Piz Bernina Complete ListPoints
Wyman-Henney, Susan55.102009-07-07Zugspitze Complete ListPoints
Bekaert, Tim55.102012-07-17Galdhøpiggen Complete ListPoints
Righi, Mattia55.102012-08-19Marmolada Complete ListPoints
Forti, Giovanni55.102013-06-30Gran Paradiso13Complete ListPoints
Valaitis, Deividas55.102014-04-05Punta la Marmora Complete ListPoints
Rankine, Andrew55.102014-06-20Monte Bondone Complete ListPoints
Everett, Charles55.102014-08-17Musala Complete ListPoints
Kuk, Klaus55.102014-09-16Triglav Complete ListPoints
Ekroth, Louise55.102014-10-26Mulhacén Complete ListPoints

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