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Switzerland Alps Peaks with 600 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: 113

ClimberTotal ClimbedPercent ClimbedMost Recent ClimbMost Recent PeakPriorityComplete ListMaps
Tibatong, Habakuk76.192015-06-22 cBächistock Complete ListPoints
evenhuis, willem76.192013-07-28Bietschhorn Complete ListPoints
Douvier, Yan-Eric87.082014-01-07Brienzer Rothorn Complete ListPoints
Koehne, Klaas76.192011-09-03Cornettes de Bise Complete ListPoints
Newton, Lee4136.282014-10-19 aDent de Savigny Complete ListPoints
Johnson, Frederick76.191966-07-25Dom Complete ListPoints
Mclellan, Richard87.082013-08-12Grand Combin Complete ListPoints
Buerger, Michael2421.242013-07-24Haldensteiner Calanda Complete ListPoints
Bjørstad, Petter1311.502014-10-04Haldensteiner Calanda Complete ListPoints
Weber, Andre119.732000Le Catogne Complete ListPoints
Dubikovsky, Vladislav65.312013-09-01Le Tarent Complete ListPoints
Tillmanns, Stephan 3631.862014-04-01Monte Generoso Complete ListPoints
Friedrich, Martin2522.122015-06-19Monte Támaro Complete ListPoints
Woodall, Rob3329.202014-08-26 aPiz Daint Complete ListPoints
Gerber, Andrej7263.722015-04-12Pizzo Rotondo Complete ListPoints
Teicher, Gregory2017.702012-09-23Rheinwaldhorn Complete ListPoints
Fieles, Matthias1916.812014-04-13Rheinwaldhorn Complete ListPoints
Auderset, Iwan3732.742015-06-26Ringelspitz Complete ListPoints
Spieczny, Jan1210.622009Weisshorn Complete ListPoints
glasper, steve87.081998-07-08Weissmies Complete ListPoints

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