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Greg 1985 Wish/Life List

Showing Greg Slayden's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (23 out of 100, or 23%)

RankPeak Elev-Ft  Prom-Ft CountryRange (Level 3)Ascent Date
1.Mount Everest29,02929,029China/NepalCentral Nepal Himalaya 
2.Aconcagua22,84122,841ArgentinaCentral Argentina-Chile Andes2011-01-20
3.Denali20,32020,156United StatesAlaska Range1997-05-27
4.Kilimanjaro19,34119,308TanzaniaNortheast Tanzania 
5.Pico Cristóbal Colón18,95018,323ColombiaNorth Colombia Coast 
6.Mount Logan19,54117,215CanadaSaint Elias Mountains 
7.Pico de Orizaba18,49116,148MexicoCordillera Neovolcanica2012-01-11
8.Vinson Massif16,05016,050AntarcticaEllsworth Mountains 
9.Carstensz Pyramid16,02416,024IndonesiaMaoke Range 
10.Elbrus18,51015,554RussiaCentral Caucasus 
11.Mont Blanc15,78115,410France/ItalyWestern Alps1993-08-17
12.Damavand18,40615,312IranElburz 
13.Nanga Parbat26,65715,118PakistanPunjab Himalaya 
14.Mauna Kea13,79613,796United StatesHawaii1993-12-04
15.Pik Pobeda24,40613,609Kyrgyzstan/ChinaCentral Tien Shan 
16.Volcán Chimborazo20,56113,524EcuadorEcuador Andes 
17.Kinabalu13,43513,435MalaysiaBorneo1996-07-19
18.Mount Rainier14,41113,210United StatesCascade Range1994-07-20 b
19.K228,26113,189China/PakistanKarakoram 
20.Volcán Tajumulco13,84513,058GuatemalaGuatemala Ranges 
21.Pico Bolívar16,34212,982VenezuelaCordillera de Merida 
22.Yushan12,96612,966TaiwanTaiwan1996-07-08
23.Mount Stanley16,76212,963Congo DRC/UgandaEast Rift Valley Ranges 
23.Mount Fairweather15,32512,963Canada/United StatesSaint Elias Mountains 
25.Kangchenjunga28,16912,867India/NepalSikkim-Eastern Nepal Himalaya 
26.Tirich Mir25,28912,828PakistanHindu Kush 
27.Mount Kenya17,05712,549KenyaEast Central Kenya 
28.Gunung Kerinci12,48412,484IndonesiaSumatra 
29.Mount Erebus12,43412,434AntarcticaPrince Albert-McMurdo 
30.Fuji-san12,38812,388JapanHonshu1996-07-02 a
31.Jebel Toubkal13,67112,319MoroccoHigh Atlas 
32.Mount Cook12,31612,316New ZealandSouthern Alps 
33.Pico de Teide12,19812,198SpainNorth Atlantic Islands 
34.Gunnbjørn Fjeld12,11812,118GreenlandGreenland 
35.Ojos del Salado22,61512,100Argentina/ChilePuna de Atacama2011-01-08
36.Gunung Semeru12,06012,060IndonesiaJava 
37.Gongga Shan24,79011,949ChinaWest Sichuan Ranges 
38.Mount Ararat16,85411,847TurkeySoutheast Anatolia 
39.Mount Saint Elias18,00811,184Canada/United StatesSaint Elias Mountains 
40.Pik Ismail Samani24,59011,162TajikistanPamir 
41.Dhaulagiri26,79511,014NepalWestern Nepal Himalaya 
42.Jabal an Nabi Shu'ayb12,02810,913YemenYemen Highlands 
43.Mulhacén11,41410,791SpainAndalucian Ranges1985-07-23 a
44.Mount Waddington13,18610,758CanadaCoast Mountains 
45.Nanda Devi25,64310,299IndiaGarwhal Himalaya 
46.Pico Duarte10,16410,164Dominican RepublicHispaniola 
47.Manaslu26,78110,144NepalCentral Nepal Himalaya 
48.Mount Whitney14,49510,075United StatesSierra Nevada1989-06-13 a
49.Volcán Popocatépetl17,7179909MexicoCordillera Neovolcanica 
50.Annapurna26,5459790NepalCentral Nepal Himalaya 
51.Mount Apo96929692PhilippinesMindinao 
52.Emi Koussi11,3029625ChadTibesti 
53.Shishapangma26,3359504ChinaCentral Nepal Himalaya 
54.Mount Robson12,9899249CanadaCanadian Rockies 
55.Pico de Aneto11,1689226SpainPyrenees1985-07-25
56.Nevado Huascarán22,2059180PeruPeruvian Andes 
57.Mount Elbert14,4339073United StatesSouthern Rocky Mountains1989-04-25 b
58.Cerro Tupungato21,5399055Argentina/ChileCentral Argentina-Chile Andes 
59.Nevado del Huila17,6848694ColombiaColombian Andes 
60.Pico da Bandeira95058685BrazilEast-Central Brazilian Highlands 
61.Barbeau Peak85838583CanadaQueen Elizabeth Islands1998-06-15 b
62.Mount Kirkpatrick14,8568534AntarcticaQueen Alexandra Range 
63.Paektu-san90038508North Korea/ChinaHamgyong Sanmaek 
64.Pidurutalagala82818281Sri LankaSri Lanka 
65.Nevado de Illimani21,1228041BoliviaBolivian Andes 
66.Zard Kuh14,9218015IranNorth Central Zagros 
67.Großglockner12,4617966AustriaEastern Alps1993-08-05 b
68.Mount Isto90607960United StatesBrooks Range 
69.Gebel Katherîna86257870EgyptSinai-Palestine Ranges 
70.Thabana Ntlenyana11,4247841LesothoDrakensberg 
71.Makalu27,8387802China/NepalCentral Nepal Himalaya 
72.Galdhøpiggen81007782NorwayScandinavian Mountains1993-07-17
73.Gerlachovský štít87077723SlovakiaCarpathian Mountains 
74.Olympus95707720GreeceGreek-Albanian Ranges 
75.Cho Oyu26,8647691China/NepalCentral Nepal Himalaya 
76.Monte Roraima92197670VenezuelaLa Gran Sabana 
77.Tahat95417638AlgeriaCentral Sahara Desert 
78.Finsteraarhorn14,0227480SwitzerlandNorthern Alps 
79.Blue Mountain Peak74027402JamaicaJamaica 
80.Mount Kosciuszko73107310AustraliaSouth N.S.W. Great Dividing Range1993-10-17 a
81.Mount Foraker17,4007200United StatesAlaska Range 
82.Monte Rosa15,2037103SwitzerlandSouthern Alps1993-08-14 a
83.Gasherbrum I26,5097070China/PakistanKarakoram 
84.Keele Peak96857060CanadaMackenzie Mountains 
85.Mount Odin70317031CanadaBaffin Island 
86.Moldoveanu83466712RomaniaSouthern Carpathians 
87.Liushi Shan23,5146385ChinaKunlun 
88.Mount Washington62886148United StatesNorthern U.S. Appalachians1975-08-05 a
89.Mount Mitchell66846089United StatesBlue Ridge Mountains1984-08-18 b
90.Gora Narodnaya62175813RussiaPrepolar Urals 
91.Broad Peak26,4145581China/PakistanKarakoram 
92.Fan Si Pan10,3085288VietnamRed-Mekong Area 
93.Puy de Sancy61845177FranceMassif Central1985-06-27 c
94.Gasherbrum II26,3625000China/PakistanKarakoram 
95.Ben Nevis44094409United KingdomGreat Britain1993-06-29
96.Matterhorn14,6923370Italy/SwitzerlandSouthern Alps 
97.Jungfrau13,6422254SwitzerlandNorthern Alps 
98.Lhotse27,9402002China/NepalCentral Nepal Himalaya 
99.Eiger13,0251168SwitzerlandNorthern Alps 
100.Hkakabo Razi19,295 Myanmar/ChinaParallel Gorges Area 

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List Description

On April 23, 1985, I was in a boring college Sociology class lecture in the flatlands of Philadelphia. Daydreaming about being in the mountains, I started thinking about all the peaks I wanted to climb. At this point in my life, 99% of my mountain experience had been in the eastern USA, mainly hiking 4000-foot peaks in New Hampshire and driving to state high points in the Appalachians. But I was scheduled to spend the next summer in Europe, so my horizons were expanding and it seemed like a fun diversion to plot my future climbing career with an aspirational list of 100 worldwide peaks.

The list is full of misspellings, and in many cases I did not know the name of the highest peak in a range, nation, or island, so used a parenthetical place name as a placeholder. I can also see that I was pretty obsessed with 8000 meter peaks and other Central Asian giants at the time, so the list is over-represented with these. But considering I was unaware of the ideas of prominence and isolation, it does a fair job of grabbing significant peaks worldwide based on these metrics.

And, after using my limited knowledge to choose these 100 peaks, I scribbled a pledge in the margin: "Before I die, I will have been to the top of half of the mountains listed here".

I saved this paper (see below) and even though the passage of 30 years has changed my goals quite a bit, it remains a personal tick-list that has a certain historic concreteness to it. I fear that the 8000m peaks are out of reach to me at this point, sadly, but I have made some progress. When I made the list I had been to two peaks (Washington and Mitchell) and had hopes for five more the next summer (I got three). As of 2015 I have 23 (and 3 unsuccessful attempts), still less than halfway to my goal of 50. And a quick check of the front runner''''s list shows that no one has more than 44. I guess I will have to get busy once I retire!




 


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