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My Radius - Front Runners List

Important: This table ONLY lists climbers who are using to log their ascents, plus a few random famous climbers. It is NOT in any way a comprehensive or authoritative listing of those who are pursuing or have completed this peak list.

The list shows the top 200 climbers, ordered by peaks climbed. A climber becomes a candidate for inclusion by climbing at least 2 of the peaks on this list, AND more than 5% of the total number of peaks. (For lists with over 400 peaks, the minimum is simply 20 peaks climbed.) The Priority column shows a user-entered value from 1 (highest priority) to 100 (lowest).

Total Number of Ranked Peaks on List: 199

ClimberTotal ClimbedPercent ClimbedMost Recent ClimbMost Recent PeakPriorityComplete ListMaps
Sandorff, Al17688.442015-07-05Thunder Mountain-West Peak Complete ListPoints
Pfister, John9648.242015-06-29Peak 9647 Complete ListPoints
McLaughlin, Bob8140.702015-06-27Emerald Point Complete ListPoints
Peters, William7839.202015-06-27Sleepy Otto Peak Complete ListPoints
Spencer, Greg7638.192015-04-29Twin Peaks Complete ListPoints
Kamholz, Collin7336.682011-01-26Covered Wagon Peak Complete ListPoints
Fieberling, Karl5728.642014-08-11Ralston Peak Complete ListPoints
Hebert, Bill5226.131986-08-18Mount Agassiz Complete ListPoints
Sumner, Bob5226.132015-03-28Peak 8703 Complete ListPoints
Voyles, Brian5226.132015-06-04Twin Peaks Complete ListPoints
Breen, Kerry5226.132015-06-27 dFourth of July Peak Complete ListPoints
Fedak, John5025.132013-06-14Peak 9795 Complete ListPoints
Wilcox, SharonMarie4924.622015-03-24Peak 6082 Complete ListPoints
Sarna, John E4824.122012-08-19Angora Ridge Complete ListPoints
Kohn, Jerry4422.112015-07-03Peak 8992 Complete ListPoints
Wyman-Henney, Susan4221.112015-03-03Indian Hills Complete ListPoints
Swigart, Kristine4221.112015-06-28Talking Mountain Complete ListPoints
Dodge, Daryn4020.102014-10-19South Camp Peak Complete ListPoints
Berger, Tim4020.102015-01-17The Sisters Complete ListPoints
Henney, Victor4020.102015-03-03Indian Hills Complete ListPoints
Kalet, Brian3919.602008-08-21Peak 7074 Complete ListPoints
Baradel, Luca3919.602015-02-15The Nipple Complete ListPoints
Johnson, Frederick3819.102008-10-28 aZephyr Point Lookout Complete ListPoints
Bitton, Ephrat3819.102015-02-15Markleeville Peak Complete ListPoints
Fleischmann, Daniel3819.102015-06-20Covered Wagon Peak Complete ListPoints
Whitney, Will3819.102015-06-29Stevens Peak Complete ListPoints
Brooks, Mary3216.082015-01-06Peak 5483 Complete ListPoints
Burd, Bob3115.580000Wade Benchmark Complete ListPoints
Boester, Brad3015.082011-02-27Prison Hill Complete ListPoints
Su, Eric2814.072015-04-12Trimmer Peak Complete ListPoints
Morton, Charles2713.572014-06-06Marlette Peak Complete ListPoints
ODonnell, Jon2713.572014-09-29The Nipple Complete ListPoints
Breen, Kyle2613.072015-03-28Twin Peaks Complete ListPoints
Mason, Jonathan2512.562015-04-12Jobs Peak Complete ListPoints
Porter, David2512.562015-04-17Peak 6320 Complete ListPoints
Vitz, John2412.062001-08-12Waterhouse Peak Complete ListPoints
Berry, Michael2412.062014-10-18Boulder Benchmark Complete ListPoints
amrhein, nick2010.052013-06Rubicon Peak Complete ListPoints
Franklin, Randy199.550000Rubicon Peak Complete ListPoints
Dubikovsky, Vladislav178.542012-06-06Stanford Rock Complete ListPoints
Moore, Marshall168.042015-01-03Hawkins Peak Complete ListPoints
Peterson, Rick168.042015-01-13Snow Valley Peak Complete ListPoints
Watkin, Tony157.542013-10-24Thunder Mountain Complete ListPoints
Gosnell, Michael157.542014-08-22Knee Ridge Complete ListPoints
Voyles, Craig157.542015-06-04Twin Peaks Complete ListPoints
Kurapati, Madhavi147.042011-08-28Jacks Peak Complete ListPoints
West, Rachel147.042015-06-20Fourth of July Peak Complete ListPoints
Block, Daniel147.042015-06-27Jobs Sister Complete ListPoints
Carter, Tom136.530000Peak 9686 Complete ListPoints
Hofheinz, Corey136.532010Pickett Peak Complete ListPoints
Joyce, Scott136.532012-12-08Waterhouse Peak Complete ListPoints
Pramuk, Gabriel136.532013-08-14Stanford Rock Complete ListPoints
Corley, Christina136.532014-12-23Genoa Peak Complete ListPoints
MacLeod, Gordon126.032001-08-22Jobs Peak Complete ListPoints
Murphy, John126.032014-08-30Red Peak Complete ListPoints
Medvedev, Dmitry126.032015-04-19Genoa Peak Complete ListPoints
Larkin, Mike115.532010-12-12Waterhouse Peak Complete ListPoints
Retemeyer, Jim115.532012-06-16 fCastle Point Complete ListPoints
Kogen, Eric115.532014-10-11Silver Peak Complete ListPoints
Larrain, Kyle115.532015-04-18Genoa Peak Complete ListPoints
Gerlach, Greg115.532015-05-13Round Mound Complete ListPoints
Garry, Paul115.532015-06-14Jacks Peak Complete ListPoints
Mosbacher, Matt105.030000Peak 8721 Complete ListPoints
Flood, Terry105.032007-07-21Markleeville Peak Complete ListPoints
Poulin, Dennis105.032010-09-16 bJeff Davis Peak Complete ListPoints
Bello, Frank105.032013-06-29The Nipple Complete ListPoints
Taylor, Rick105.032014-07-20Snow Valley Peak Complete ListPoints

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