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Peakbagging Montana List of 53 Peaks - 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: 53

ClimberTotal ClimbedPercent ClimbedMost Recent ClimbMost Recent PeakPriorityComplete ListMaps
Higginbotham, Eric611.322015-07-19Mount Powell Complete ListPoints
Bardsley, John1833.962015-07-12Holland Peak Complete ListPoints
Boos, Andy713.212015-07-09McDonald Peak Complete ListPoints
Grant, Sam35.662015-07-07 bMount Jefferson Complete ListPoints
Jones, Ken2547.172015-07-04McDonald Peak Complete ListPoints
Irvine, Ryder815.092015-07-04McDonald Peak Complete ListPoints
Sexauer, Gustav815.092015-05-03 #1Old Baldy Complete ListPoints
Vassau, Wesley47.552014-10-11Mount Edith Complete ListPoints
Lennon, Duncan1528.302014-10-04McDonald Peak Complete ListPoints
Zhou, Victor1426.422014-09-20Red Mountain Complete ListPoints
Bowden, Curtis35.662014-09-13Electric Peak Complete ListPoints
Wheeler, Susan 47.552014-09-08Nasukoin Mountain Complete ListPoints
loveland, joshua35.662014-08-28Mount Edith Complete ListPoints
Hibbard, Lou47.552014-08-10Snowshoe Peak Complete ListPoints
Noel, Eric611.322014-08-09Ch-paa-qn Peak98Complete ListPoints
Harris, Arthur47.552014-08-02Snowshoe Peak Complete ListPoints
Carey, Richard35.662014-07-28Trapper Peak Complete ListPoints
Sheriff, Steve4788.682014-07-23Highwood Baldy Complete ListPoints
Earl, Edward3362.262014-07-18Quartz Benchmark Complete ListPoints
Myers, Grant1935.852014-07-04 aBearpaw Baldy Complete ListPoints
Hyland, Shaun47.552013-10-22Mount Edith Complete ListPoints
Packard, Bob3566.042013-09-09Haystack Mountain Complete ListPoints
Martin, Andy1528.302013-08-31Baldy Mountain Complete ListPoints
Doyle, Sean47.552013-08-31Mount Stimson Complete ListPoints
Poljakowa, Xenja35.662013-08-31Mount Stimson Complete ListPoints
Bolton, Bob1935.852013-08-14Holland Peak Complete ListPoints
Gilliland, Duane1935.852013-08-14Holland Peak Complete ListPoints
Poulin, Dennis1935.852013-08-08Sacagawea Peak Complete ListPoints
Slayden, Greg1426.422013-07-13 aBaldy Mountain Complete ListPoints
Woodall, Rob611.322013-07-13Trapper Peak Complete ListPoints
Bernier, Alan35.662013-07-13Trapper Peak Complete ListPoints
Gilsdorf, Chris35.662013-07-11Crazy Peak Complete ListPoints
lockridge, chris1528.302013-06-15McDonald Peak Complete ListPoints
Darr, John 611.322012-10-07Hollowtop Mountain Complete ListPoints
Dog, Delta35.662012-09-15Rocky Mountain Complete ListPoints
Powell, Vincent35.662012-09-15Rocky Mountain Complete ListPoints
Olson, Anders35.662012-08-23Rocky Mountain Complete ListPoints
Vitz, John59.432012-08-17Black Mountain Complete ListPoints
Stolk, John2241.512012-08-11Great Northern Mountain Complete ListPoints
Bjørstad, Petter59.432012-08-10Sacagawea Peak Complete ListPoints
Jones, Karen611.322012-07-21 bNasukoin Mountain Complete ListPoints
Hebert, Bill47.552011-08-21Antoine Butte Complete ListPoints
Winger, Charlie815.092010-08-27Trapper Peak Complete ListPoints
Helman, Adam2649.062010-08-21Red Mountain Complete ListPoints
Walz, Jason35.662010-08-19Ch-paa-qn Peak Complete ListPoints
Thornton, Ralph611.322010-05-22West Butte Complete ListPoints
Sewell, Tom1426.422009-06-24Quartz Benchmark Complete ListPoints
Brown, Tony47.552008-09-27Sacagawea Peak Complete ListPoints
Shama, Charles 47.552008-08-15Hollowtop Mountain Complete ListPoints
Carter, Tom47.552008-08-13Granite Peak Complete ListPoints
Worth, Tim2445.282008-07-19Red Mountain Complete ListPoints
Byerly, Chris35.662006-08-30Granite Peak Complete ListPoints
Helzer, L47.552006-08-22Granite Peak Complete ListPoints
Brekhus, Betty1018.872006-08-21Castle Mountain Complete ListPoints
Brekhus, Jerry1018.872006-08-21Castle Mountain Complete ListPoints
Brekhus, Betty916.982006-07-27Highwood Baldy Complete ListPoints
Stout, Tram35.662006-07-25Crazy Peak Complete ListPoints
King, Greg 35.662006-06-18Sacagawea Peak Complete ListPoints
Richards, Jason611.322005-08-04Granite Peak Complete ListPoints
Covill, Dave47.552003-08-11Mount Cleveland Complete ListPoints
Ricardi, Joshua35.662002-09-08Mount Cowen Complete ListPoints
MacLeod, Gordon35.661987-07-30Castle Mountain Complete ListPoints

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