Peakbagging Page for user 1

Personal Climb Logs

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Personal Lists

Lists personally created by user 1. (Search for Lists from other climbers).

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Time-Period Summary Reports

These reports show number of peaks climbed, highest point reached, and other statistics grouped by year or month.

User Created Content

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The striking peak of The Thumbs from the lower slopes of Clear Hill (2017-01-03). Photo by user 1.
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Mount Bogong's summit plateau from the snow gum-clad slopes of the Staircase Spur (2016-04-08). Photo by user 1.
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The summit and North Ridge (left) of Mount Buller, from the West Ridge (2016-10-29). Photo by user 1.
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The great quartzite dome of Frenchmans Cap is one of Tasmania's - and Australia's - premiere mountains, in spite of its diminutive height. Photo by user 1.
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Part-time orographer; mountain and physical geography enthusiast.

My projects include greatly expanding the site's coverage of Greenland and obscure areas of Asia (Tian Shan, Pamirs, Hengduan Mountains). In the past I have spent much time working on adding Australian peaks, including the 2000ers, the Abels and more. I have a particular interest in esoteric mountains around the globe.

I recently digitised the expansive Exploration history and place names of northern East Greenland. Comprehensive coverage of thousands of landforms can now be viewed here. It should be noted that it currently has a variety of errors from the digitisation process and thus information should be cross-checked with the original document. It is recommended to be used for correct naming; elevation values are best used from the ALOS DEM or LiDAR (where of reasonable quality).


Quick Top 10 Lists/Peaks

Most Complete Lists
List# Done% Complete
Australia 2000-metre peaks (P50)22100
Australia 2000-meter Peaks21100
Australia 2000-metre peaks (P100)12100
Victoria 600-metre Prominence Peaks1458.3
Victoria 1700-metre Peaks1957.6
Victoria 30 Finest1750
Tasmania 10 Finest550
Tasmania 20 Finest945
Victoria 1600-metre Peaks2537.3
Tasmania Peaks with 600 m of Prominence1637.2
Highest Priority Lists
Tasmania Peaks with 600 m of Prominence1
Victoria 600-metre Prominence Peaks2
Highest Peaks Climbed
PeakElev-mLocationAscent Date
Kot Danda2344Nepal2014-12-29
Mount Kosciuszko2228Australia-NSW2015-09-22
Mount Townsend2209Australia-NSW2017-12-15 a
Mount Twynam2195Australia-NSW2017-12-16
Rams Head2191Australia-NSW2017-12-13 d
Etheridge Ridge2188Australia-NSW2017-12-14 a
Rams Head North2178Australia-NSW2017-12-13 c
Mount Du Faur2159Australia-NSW2017-12-14 b
Carruthers Peak2145Australia-NSW2017-12-15 d
Most Prominent Peaks Climbed
PeakProm-mLocationAscent Date
Mount Kosciuszko2228Australia-NSW2015-09-22
Mount Ossa1617Australia-TAS2019-01-10
Ben Nevis1345UK-Scotland2018-07-15
Legges Tor1303Australia-TAS2019-01-29 a
Mount Bogong1233Australia-VIC2016-04-08
Frenchmans Cap966Australia-TAS2019-01-16
Mount Jukes934Australia-TAS2019-01-14 b
Mount William893Australia-VIC2014-09-23
Goat Fell874UK-Scotland2018-07-12
Overall Statistics and Ranks  (Updated every 24 hours)
P-Index: 124Link to Peak List sorted by prominence
I-Index: 27Link to Peak List sorted by isolation
E-Index: 146Link to Peak List sorted by elevation


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