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Personal Climb Logs

The links below take you to dynamically generated lists of Adam Walker's peakbagging activity.

Social Networking

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Personal Lists

Lists personally created by Adam Walker. (Search for Lists from other climbers).

  • Personal Lists: Shows all lists created by Adam Walker. Includes Query Lists created using the Query Tool, and "Pick-and-Choose" Lists created by selecting individual peaks.
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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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Red Needle seen from the vicinity of Pinnacle (2019-01-09). Photo by Adam Walker.
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The south face of Cho Oyu, 6th highest peak on earth, photographed at 4900 meters on Gokyo Ri (2013-03-19). Photo by Adam Walker.
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The southeast face and ridge of Pharilapcha, photographed at 4290 meters, March 17, 2013. Photo by Adam Walker.
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The precipitous north face of Distal Phalanx and Mantis Peak as seen from the summit of Neve Peak (7505 feet). The first ascent of Mantis (left summit), was done by Marilyn and Stan Jensen, August 16th, 1973 while the first ascent of the higher (right) summit, Distal Phalanx was done by John Roper, Dave Stonington, Ted Hegg, and Charlie Janeway, May 31, 1981 (2014-08-05). Photo by Adam Walker.
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The east and north faces of Taboche (6367 meters) seen from Thukla (4611 meters), March 11, 2013. Photo by Adam Walker.
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Spire Point (8264 feet) seen from Itswoot Ridge, September 3, 2012. Photo by Adam Walker.
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The northeast face of Kelbaholt. Standard route ascends this face (2019-01-13). Photo by Adam Walker.
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The east face of Rexford seen from McDonald Peak (2019-07-29). Photo by Adam Walker.
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The north Face of Lindeman seen from Mount Webb (2019-07-29). Photo by Adam Walker.
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The profile of the namesake "sapo/frog" is visible here from the south, in the town of Garcia. Big overhanging limestone cliffs make for an exciting ascent with plenty of exposure (2018-11-15). Photo by Adam Walker.
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There are different stages to the peakbagger compulsive disorder. Early onset can be characterized by the desire to summit peaks, frequent thoughts of mountains, or elevation seeking behavior. Middle stages of the illness are diagnosed when the individual; A) can name every peak visible from a given summit B) keeps concise lists of all summits attained C) has memorized specific summit elevations D) can explain in detail just exactly what prominence or isolation is. Late stage PCD is degenerative and separates the sufferer from the things in life which they used to enjoy. Peakbagging and climbing is prioritized ahead of relationships and societal attachment. They are willing to make sacrifices to continue the behavior. They become obsessed with mountain lists. They focus on these lists and the compulsion is constantly funneled into working on lists, completing lists or creating new lists. These hard cases are often referred to as "dirtbags", "peakbaggers", or "list-chasers".

 

Quick Top 10 Lists/Peaks

Most Complete Lists
List# Done% Complete
Mountaineers Teanaway Twenty Peaks20100
Mountaineers Teanaway Second Ten Peaks10100
Mountaineers Teanaway Peaks10100
Desert Peaks Section Emblem Peaks7100
Nevada Peaks Club Emblem Peaks7100
Mountaineers 6-Peak Pin - New Version6100
Mountaineers 5-Peak Pin5100
Hawaii Wilderness High Points2100
Sierra Club Desert Peaks Section8993.7
Chemeketan Eighteen Northwest Peaks Award1688.9
Highest Peaks Climbed
PeakElev-ftLocationAscent Date
Aconcagua22841Argentina2011-01-20
Ojos del Salado22615Chile/Argentina2011-01-08
Kilimanjaro19341Tanzania2007-12-10
Cerros de Canapa19298Bolivia2011-01-02
Cerro Tomasamil19127Bolivia2011-01-04
Pico de Orizaba18491Mexico-Pue/Ver2009-11-16
Kala Pattar North18438Nepal2013-03-15 c
Cerro Chorolque18363Bolivia2010-12-31
Gokyo Ri17575Nepal2013-03-19 e
Volcán Iztaccíhuatl17103Mexico-Pue/Mex2017-01-12 a
Most Prominent Peaks Climbed
PeakProm-ftLocationAscent Date
Aconcagua22841Argentina2011-01-20
Kilimanjaro19308Tanzania2007-12-10
Pico de Orizaba16148Mexico-Pue/Ver2009-11-16
Mauna Kea13796USA-HI2016-01-29 c
Mount Rainier13246USA-WA2005-07-24
Volcán Tajumulco13058Guatemala2017-01-23 a
Cerro Chirripó12320Costa Rica2017-02-03
Ojos del Salado12100Chile/Argentina2011-01-08
Mount Whitney10078USA-CA2011-12-10
Haleakala10023USA-HI2018-09-30 a
Overall Statistics and Ranks  (Updated every 24 hours)
P-Index: 519  (Rank #20/14196)Link to Peak List sorted by prominence
I-Index: 80  (Rank #44/13978)Link to Peak List sorted by isolation
E-Index: 1215  (Rank #19/13774)Link to Peak List sorted by elevation
Ascents: 2323  (Rank #50/14360)Count of all logged ascents
Peaks/Points: 2074  (Rank #36/14297)Count of distinct peaks/points climbed
Peaks on Lists: 1069  (Rank #52/13594)Count of distinct peaks that are on lists
P100m Peaks: 1597  (Rank #27/13792)Count of peaks with 100m of promienence
      (See Prominence Summary Page for more prominence breakdowns)
Vertical Gain: 4,124,817 ft  (Rank #4/4063)Sum of all vertical gain hiked
Distance: 543 mi  (Rank #321/14360)Sum of all distance hiked
Trip Reports: 1664  (Rank #5/6561)Count of posted trip reports
Days with Ascents: 356  (Rank #13/13338)Days with a new 100m prominence peak

     
    



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