Days With Ascents Grid for Gordon MacLeod

This table shows all 366 calendar days, highlighting in color the days when Gordon MacLeod first climbed a new peak.
Subsequent ascents of an already climbed peak, unsuccessful ascents, and non-summit goal hikes are not counted.

 Days with Ascents: 361

Main Attributes
Value to show in each day cell:
Units (for prom cut-off and cell colors):
Only use peaks above this prominence cut-off:
Cut-off (type number and press Enter):  
Prominence Type:
Include only ascents for the following years:


Jan10777810756555243474443454228 4363096.8
Feb564471148561134399816111111108865672  29100
Apr115858914664877343524154528117634 30100
May332 121338543651366610131511131411151611183096.8
Jun15911141211126111381111581111712161487129817765 30100
Sep1222101512573 27955425436 31335461011 2893.3
Nov89138913158612121181010125791010109112110101458 30100
Dec2545664894 32264447235614101312121710133096.8


Color Legend:

20 or more peaks on this day
10-19 peaks on this day
5-9 peaks on this day
3-4 peaks on this day
2 peaks on this day
1 peak on this day


  • The value in each cell is, by default, the count of ascents on that day. To change the value, select another one from the dropdown list.
  • In all grids except for "Count of Ascents", the hyperlink in each cell leads to the page for the ascent on that day with the selected metric.
  • You can enter a prominence value to limit the cells filled to only peaks above that value. This allows minor bumps to be excluded, or you can see, for example, the dates on which you climbed an "ultra".
  • The colors show 6 ranges of values and allow a handy visualization of the distribution of the value over the calendar year.
  • The unit value (Feet/Miles or Metric) applies to the prominence limit and the color ranges.
  • Ascents of provisional (user-added and not yet promoted) peaks are not used for determining the days done for this report.

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