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Hall of Fame Climbers:

Ascents Distinct Peaks Trip Reports Most Recent Ascent Vertical Gain Famous Climbers

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A Random Collection of Famous Climbers

ClimberAscentsPeaksTrip ReportsGain-FtGain-MList of ListsMost Recent Ascent
Abruzzi, Duke of7Ascent List7Peak List    List of Lists1906
Beckey, Fred176Ascent List145Peak List  81Trip Reports  List of Lists1969 t
Hillary, Edmund18Ascent List15Peak List    List of Lists1954
Messner, Reinhold57Ascent List41Peak List    List of Lists2002
Norgay, Tenzing1Ascent List1Peak List    List of Lists1953-05-29
Thoreau, Henry David16Ascent List14Peak List    List of Lists1858-07-13
Unsoeld, Willi2Ascent List2Peak List    List of Lists1963-05-22
Viesturs, Ed17Ascent List15Peak List    List of Lists2005-05-12
Washburn, Bradford30Ascent List23Peak List    List of Lists1955-04-19
Whymper, Edward23Ascent List15Peak List  4Trip Reports  List of Lists1901 f

About the Climbers Page:

  • Climbers and hikers who are interested in tracking their ascents and list completion progress can create an account on this site and enter their climbs and hikes.
  • Using the tools on this page, you can search for registerd climbers at Peakbagger.com.
  • The "Hall of Fame" lists show the top 100 climbers by various metrics, based on their entered ascent information.
  • Note that many climbers do not enter vertical gain information, so the Most Vertical Gain hall of fame list is incomplete.
  • Selecting "Famous Climbers" shows a small selection of noted mountaineers. Their ascent information was logged from various published information such as books and web sites.
  • The "Search for a Climber" feature searches last names only. You must enter between 3 and 20 characters or the Search button will not work.
  • If you are a registered Peakbagger.com member, and you do not want to appear in these lists, you can click your "Edit Account" link when logged in and check the "Keep your ascent data hidden" checkbox. You will not appear in any of the lists on this page unless you are logged in--no one else will see an entry for you.
  • In any listing, clicking on a climber's name will take you to their "home page" on this site.  There are also quick links to the various personal lists for each climber.  Each list is dynamically updated as soon as an ascent is entered.
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