Mexico P4k - 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: 53

ClimberTotal ClimbedPercent ClimbedMost Recent ClimbMost Recent PeakPriorityComplete ListMaps
Packard, Bob2750.942012-01-06Cerro Ajusco Complete ListPoints
Helman, Adam2445.282012-01-09Volcán La Malinche Complete ListPoints
Gilliland, Duane1222.642014-04-26Picacho del Diablo Complete ListPoints
Woodall, Rob1120.752012-01-13Volcán Iztaccíhuatl Complete ListPoints
Mclellan, Richard1018.872012-03-16Cerro la Joya Complete ListPoints
Roach, Gerry916.980000Nevado de Colima Complete ListPoints
Carey, Richard815.092009-02-13Sierra La Laguna High Point Complete ListPoints
Barlow, James815.092014-02-22Pico de Orizaba Complete ListPoints
Wyman-Henney, Susan713.211984-04-21Picacho del Diablo Complete ListPoints
Howells, David713.212014-12-22Cofre de Perote Complete ListPoints
MacLeod, Gordon611.321964-02-02Picacho del Diablo Complete ListPoints
Martin, Andy611.322010-04-09Cerro Gordo Complete ListPoints
Hart, David611.322010-11-07Nevado de Colima Complete ListPoints
Slayden, Greg611.322014-11-18Picacho del Diablo Complete ListPoints
Kamholz, Collin611.322015-02-27Pico de Orizaba Complete ListPoints
Rodriguez, Christian59.432007-01-06Volcán La Malinche Complete ListPoints
Earl, Edward59.432009-02-13 10Sierra La Laguna High Point Complete ListPoints
McCormick, Mark59.432015-01-17Nevado de Toluca Complete ListPoints
Drolpo, Dorje59.432015-01-23Cerro Ajusco Complete ListPoints
Powell, James47.551955-04Nevado de Toluca Complete ListPoints
Henney, Victor47.551984-04-21Picacho del Diablo Complete ListPoints
Johnson, Frederick47.551987-01-24Volcán La Malinche Complete ListPoints
Winger, Charlie47.551990-02-24Picacho del Diablo Complete ListPoints
Vinals, Jaime47.551999-01-10Pico de Orizaba Complete ListPoints
Waxman, Asher47.551999-10Volcán La Malinche Complete ListPoints
Purcell, Courtney47.552007Volcán Iztaccíhuatl Complete ListPoints
Lostracco, Ben47.552008-03-26 bVolcán Iztaccíhuatl Complete ListPoints
Harrington, Garry47.552009-03-15Pico de Orizaba Complete ListPoints
Poisson, Michael47.552012-03-16Pico de Orizaba Complete ListPoints
Jones, Ken47.552013-10-26Nevado de Toluca Complete ListPoints
Gerard, Sebastien47.552014-02-04Pico de Orizaba Complete ListPoints
Barlow, Craig47.552014-05-04Picacho del Diablo Complete ListPoints
Gram, Andrew35.660000Nevado de Toluca Complete ListPoints
Ellsworth, Dick35.661982-12Volcán Iztaccíhuatl Complete ListPoints
Behnke, Eric John35.661991-01-18Pico de Orizaba Complete ListPoints
Wunrow, Jonathan35.661991-02-18Pico de Orizaba Complete ListPoints
Cope, Tom35.661993-01-03Pico de Orizaba Complete ListPoints
Thornley, Patrick35.661998-03-23Pico de Orizaba Complete ListPoints
Elms, Lindsay35.661999Nevado de Toluca Complete ListPoints
Wymore, Jobe35.661999-01-16Nevado de Toluca Complete ListPoints
Flood, Terry35.661999-01-20Pico de Orizaba Complete ListPoints
Rudy, Jim35.662002-01-30Pico de Orizaba Complete ListPoints
Tilden, Mike35.662002-12-31Volcán Iztaccíhuatl Complete ListPoints
sosnowski, michael35.662003-01-17Pico de Orizaba Complete ListPoints
McCoy, Casey 35.662005-03-23Volcán Iztaccíhuatl Complete ListPoints
Batt, Morgan35.662008-12-29Pico de Orizaba Complete ListPoints
Burley, Thomas35.662009-02-03Pico de Orizaba Complete ListPoints
Considine, John 35.662009-02-03Pico de Orizaba Complete ListPoints
Wheeler, Stephen35.662009-02-03Pico de Orizaba Complete ListPoints
Firman, Jeffrey35.662009-04-10Volcán Iztaccíhuatl Complete ListPoints
Garry, Paul35.662011-05-14Picacho del Diablo Complete ListPoints
Christensen, Keith35.662011-05-15Picacho del Diablo Complete ListPoints
Rich, Kathy35.662012-05-26Picacho del Diablo Complete ListPoints
Covill, Dave35.662014-01-18Volcán Iztaccíhuatl Complete ListPoints
Myers, Grant35.662014-04-26Picacho del Diablo Complete ListPoints
Stone, James35.662014-11-11Pico de Orizaba Complete ListPoints
Baradel, Luca35.662014-11-24Picacho del Diablo Complete ListPoints
Bitton, Ephrat35.662014-11-24Picacho del Diablo Complete ListPoints
Holme, Lars35.662015-01-18Pico de Orizaba Complete ListPoints
Cerney, Anji35.662015-02-27Pico de Orizaba Complete ListPoints
Hubbuch, Austin35.662015-02-27Pico de Orizaba Complete ListPoints

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