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Crater Lake National Park - Front Runners List

Important: This table ONLY lists climbers who are using Peakbagger.com 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: 22

ClimberTotal ClimbedPercent ClimbedMost Recent ClimbMost Recent PeakPriorityComplete ListMaps
Poulin, Dennis1986.362012-08-08Bald Crater Complete ListPoints
Berry, Michael1986.362014-10-05Hillman Peak Complete ListPoints
Sumner, Bob1045.452006-08-18Dutton Cliff Complete ListPoints
Myers, Grant731.822005-08-29 dThe Watchman Complete ListPoints
Wanberg, Krystal731.822010-07-30 cApplegate Peak Complete ListPoints
Wanberg, Michael731.822010-07-30 cApplegate Peak Complete ListPoints
Morrow, John731.822013-08-25Union Peak Complete ListPoints
McClellan, Paul731.822014-07-08Union Peak Complete ListPoints
Cockrell, Scott627.272007-09-09Crater Peak Complete ListPoints
Themer, Karl627.272008-09-01Llao Rock Complete ListPoints
Wheeler, Terry627.272012-08-11 fLlao Rock Complete ListPoints
Nutting, Mary Beth627.272014-10-09Llao Rock Complete ListPoints
Bolton, Bob627.272014-10-13Garfield Peak Complete ListPoints
Morris, Caleb627.272015-06-20Dutton Cliff Complete ListPoints
Rinehart, Jeff522.732007-09-13Garfield Peak Complete ListPoints
Dewey, Andy522.732009-06-29 cLlao Rock Complete ListPoints
Nelsen, Don522.732011-08-24Garfield Peak Complete ListPoints
Baker, Troy522.732013-08-08Applegate Peak Complete ListPoints
Whitney, Will522.732014-07-29Llao Rock Complete ListPoints
Schwab, Bob522.732015-06-05Red Cone Complete ListPoints
Peterson, Rick418.181980-06Applegate Peak Complete ListPoints
Dewey, Marc418.182009-06-29 bApplegate Peak Complete ListPoints
Stolk, John418.182009-09-23Llao Rock Complete ListPoints
Fountain, Steve313.641987-08-13The Watchman Complete ListPoints
Zollbrecht, Les313.641999Hillman Peak Complete ListPoints
Anderson, Eric313.642008-09The Watchman Complete ListPoints
Launder, Andrew313.642010-08-17Mount Scott Complete ListPoints
Hensley, Richard313.642012-07-24Wizard Island Peak Complete ListPoints
Swanson, Brian313.642013-07-23Mount Scott Complete ListPoints
Rosnick, Tim313.642013-07-25The Watchman Complete ListPoints
Raether, Don313.642013-08-17Garfield Peak Complete ListPoints
Finch, Bryson313.642014-07-13Hillman Peak Complete ListPoints
Truong, Tung29.091996-08-14Mount Scott Complete ListPoints
Goodro, Mark29.091997The Watchman Complete ListPoints
Wilson, Doug29.091999-07-22 bWizard Island Peak Complete ListPoints
Jones, Ken29.092001-10-19Dutton Cliff Complete ListPoints
Flood, Terry29.092002-10-04Mount Scott Complete ListPoints
Sowards-Emmerd, Rebecca29.092003-08-31Garfield Peak Complete ListPoints
Pramuk, Gabriel29.092008-07-20Hillman Peak Complete ListPoints
VanderBilt, Monty29.092008-09-22Mount Scott Complete ListPoints
Jaggard, Davin29.092009-09-09Mount Scott Complete ListPoints
Watkin, Tony29.092010-10-20Union Peak Complete ListPoints
Doyle, Sean29.092011-05-30The Watchman Complete ListPoints
Anthony, Rob29.092011-07-13Garfield Peak Complete ListPoints
Adamson, Matt29.092011-07-18Llao Rock Complete ListPoints
Block, Daniel29.092011-08-22Garfield Peak Complete ListPoints
Courtney, Ryan29.092011-09-03 bMount Scott Complete ListPoints
Keffer, Phil29.092012-07-17 bMount Scott Complete ListPoints
Vitz, John29.092012-08-08Hillman Peak Complete ListPoints
Hanson, Vic29.092012-08-24Garfield Peak Complete ListPoints
Lockard, Alex29.092013-07-28Union Peak Complete ListPoints
Painter, ChadL29.092013-09-27The Watchman Complete ListPoints
LaHue, Nate29.092014-07-10Garfield Peak Complete ListPoints
Hutchings, Timothy29.092014-07-14Garfield Peak Complete ListPoints
Arnold, John29.092014-07-27The Watchman Complete ListPoints
Oswalt, Andrew29.092014-09-20Garfield Peak Complete ListPoints
Messing, Stefan29.092014-09-21Mount Scott Complete ListPoints
Stampfli, Steve29.092014-10-05Garfield Peak Complete ListPoints
Myers, Ethan29.092015-06-19Llao Rock Complete ListPoints
Firman, Jeffrey29.092015-07-10Mount Scott Complete ListPoints
Moore, Marshall29.092015-07-18Mount Scott Complete ListPoints

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