Year-Month Summary Report for Lauren Kircheis

Note that a highest peak is only shown if different from the highest point. Show Report using Metric Units


Year-MonAscentsNew PeaksVert-FtDist-MiElev-FtHighest Point ReachedElev-FtHighest Peak ClimbedProm-FtMost Prominent Peak
Unknown11 05,268Katahdin
  USA-ME - Unknown
  USA-ME - Unknown
2017‑Feb44 03,900Mount Mansfield-The Forehead
  USA-VT - 2017-02-13
  1,528Cadillac Mountain
  USA-ME - 2017-02-13
2017‑Mar44 04,049Mount Moriah
  USA-NH - 2017-03-30
  922Mount Moriah
  USA-NH - 2017-03-30
2017‑Aug11 04,459Mount Liberty
  USA-NH - 2017-08-21
  379Mount Liberty
  USA-NH - 2017-08-21
2017‑Oct11 01,385Mount Megunticook
  USA-ME - 2017-10-01
  1,225Mount Megunticook
  USA-ME - 2017-10-01

About this Report

  • Ascents: The total number of logged ascents, including unsuccessful climbs, non-summit goal hikes, drive-ups, or anything else logged as an ascent.
  • New Peaks: The total number of summits successfully climbed for the first time. Previously climbed peaks are not counted, nor unsuccessful attempts or non-summit goal hikes.
  • Vert-Ft/M: The sum total elevation gained by human power for the entire period.
  • Dist-Mi/Km: The sum total distance hiked by human power for the entire period.
  • Elev-Ft/M and Highest Point Reached: The highest-elevation point reached by the climber. This could be on an unsuccessful attempt or non-summit goal hike.
  • Elev-Ft/M and Highest Peak Climbed: The highest successfully climbed summit. Not listed if the same as the Highest Point Reached.
  • Prom-Ft/M and Most Prominent Peak: The most prominent successfully climbed summit.

Obviously, this report only shows information logged on Many users do not enter the vertical gain or distance hiked for their ascents. Also, it is likely that many climbers have not logged driving trips over high passes that may be higher than their highest logged hike/climb for a year/month.

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