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Days With Ascents Grid for Bob Martin

This table shows all 366 calendar days, highlighting in color the days when Bob Martin 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: 332

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:
Year:

 

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Jan  212  1 8531224515536542 231152580.6
Feb 34412252422 1242145954 1 431  2586.2
Mar43326324312 32 11  1 44323166222683.9
Apr3515542212876891410245374234722  2996.7
May38553 1267591011128910711108172281118178763096.8
Jun111519664751317772131112713814913810554352 30100
Jul151316816124358111291049575437107111293231100
Aug8710925651115124647 65354915711686107103096.8
Sep861041361784695667574713756435787 30100
Oct951263121610693557451  5357 13361 2787.1
Nov767522245111754132412111124 11 2996.7
Dec222124 733 8411   21 1    1 2242064.5

 

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

Notes:

  • 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.



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