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United Kingdom Island High Points - 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: 59

ClimberTotal ClimbedPercent ClimbedMost Recent ClimbMost Recent PeakPriorityComplete ListMaps
Woodall, Rob59Complete!2014-10-13 bStac Lee Complete ListPoints
Whyte, Ken5796.612009-09-14Cnoc Glas Complete ListPoints
Richardson, Martin5389.832014-05-25The Hoe2Complete ListPoints
Bloomer, Jim5084.752014-09-18Bioda Mor Complete ListPoints
Rayner, Adrian3661.022014-08-24Holyhead Mountain Complete ListPoints
Kerr, Bob3254.242012-06-11Beinn Bheigier Complete ListPoints
Honey, Gary2949.152009-07-07Beinn Chreagach Complete ListPoints
Dixon, Steve1322.032013-08-06Mynydd Enlli Complete ListPoints
Stone, Peter1118.642014-05-30 bCarn a'Ghaill Complete ListPoints
Down, Nick1118.642015-04-05Beinn Bheigier Complete ListPoints
Hagan, Tim1118.642015-05-18Clisham Complete ListPoints
Newton, Lee813.562007-03-07Beinn Mhor Complete ListPoints
Wren, Richard813.562011-05-31Goat Fell Complete ListPoints
glasper, steve711.860000Holyhead Mountain Complete ListPoints
Hill, William "Billy"610.172010-09-15St Boniface Down Complete ListPoints
Stone, James35.081990-08-27Ben More Complete ListPoints
Packard, Bob35.081997-05 d7Goat Fell Complete ListPoints
Edgar, David35.082000-04-08Ben Nevis4Complete ListPoints
Stone, Twm35.082011-10-26 CSt Boniface Down Complete ListPoints
Kanaris, Daniel35.082012-05-06St Boniface Down Complete ListPoints
Earl, Edward35.082013-07-09Sgurr Alasdair Complete ListPoints
Hood, Kim35.082013-09-12 bBen Nevis Complete ListPoints
Jenkins, Tony35.082015-04-20Mynydd Bodafon Complete ListPoints
Drew, Ben35.082015-05-10Holyhead Mountain Complete ListPoints

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