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Europe 4500-meter Peaks - 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
Stangl, Christian627.272013-08-23Shkhara Complete ListPoints
Gerber, Andrej627.272014-08-16Gora Kazbek Complete ListPoints
Friedrich, Martin522.732010-08-24Elbrus Complete ListPoints
Vinals, Jaime418.181998-07-29Shkhara Complete ListPoints
Aitken, Mark418.182007-08-11Elbrus Complete ListPoints
Spieczny, Jan418.182009Weisshorn Complete ListPoints
Johnson, Frederick313.641966-07-25Dom Complete ListPoints
Sheriff, Steve313.641985Monte Rosa Complete ListPoints
Roach, Gerry313.641985-07-23Elbrus-East Peak Complete ListPoints
glasper, steve313.641988-08-17Dom Complete ListPoints
Packard, Bob313.641992-08 a1Elbrus Complete ListPoints
Upson, Chris313.641997-09-11Monte Rosa Complete ListPoints
Auderset, Iwan313.642001-07-31Mont Blanc Complete ListPoints
Somkuti, Nandor313.642005Elbrus Complete ListPoints
evenhuis, willem313.642007-07-17Dom Complete ListPoints
Mclellan, Richard313.642008-04-07Elbrus Complete ListPoints
Bjørstad, Petter313.642008-05-03Monte Rosa Complete ListPoints
Westcott, Julian313.642008-07-10Monte Rosa Complete ListPoints
Krielen, Boris313.642009-07-29Mont Blanc Complete ListPoints
Wabnig, Dagmar313.642009-08-21Dom Complete ListPoints
Tibatong, Habakuk313.642012-07-18Mont Blanc Complete ListPoints
Batt, Morgan313.642012-08-09Elbrus Complete ListPoints
Svensson, Caj313.642012-08-13 3Monte Rosa Complete ListPoints
Marcu, Alexandra313.642012-08-15Elbrus Complete ListPoints
Fieles, Matthias313.642014-05-04Elbrus Complete ListPoints
Garneau, Robert313.642014-07-16Mont Blanc Complete ListPoints
McAllister, Mark313.642014-07-23Elbrus Complete ListPoints
Washburn, Bradford29.091926-08-07Monte Rosa Complete ListPoints
Hillary, Edmund29.091950 fWeisshorn Complete ListPoints
Rodés Muñoz, Pere29.091980-08-18Elbrus Complete ListPoints
Morgan, Ed29.091986-08-06Monte Rosa Complete ListPoints
Ashworth, Kevin29.091991-08-02Monte Rosa Complete ListPoints
Benbow, Gordon29.091992-08-20Elbrus Complete ListPoints
Slayden, Greg29.091993-08-17Mont Blanc Complete ListPoints
Tillmanns, Stephan 29.091995-10Mont Blanc Complete ListPoints
Briscoe, Georgia29.092000-08-08Mont Blanc Complete ListPoints
Yore, Gene29.092001-07-28Mont Blanc Complete ListPoints
Buerger, Michael29.092002-08-11Monte Rosa Complete ListPoints
Skorupa, Bartek29.092005-07-12Mont Blanc Complete ListPoints
Frink, Stu29.092005-08-24Mont Blanc Complete ListPoints
Christensen, Bo Belvedere29.092006-07Elbrus Complete ListPoints
Riihikallio, Petri & Raija29.092006-07-10Elbrus Complete ListPoints
Skrede, Lyngve29.092007-08-01Dom Complete ListPoints
Kerr, Bob29.092007-09-09Mont Blanc Complete ListPoints
Bjørstad, Pål29.092008-05-03Monte Rosa Complete ListPoints
McCoy, Casey 29.092008-06-29Liskamm Complete ListPoints
Colás, Quique29.092008-07-14Elbrus Complete ListPoints
Gilliland, Duane29.092008-08Monte Rosa Complete ListPoints
Bartlett, Ken29.092009-09-07Monte Rosa Complete ListPoints
Alipour, Masoud29.092010-06-07Mont Blanc Complete ListPoints
Douvier, Yan-Eric29.092010-06-17Elbrus Complete ListPoints
Woodall, Rob29.092010-06-26Mont Blanc Complete ListPoints
Wheeler, Stephen29.092010-07-10Mont Blanc Complete ListPoints
Christensen, Flemming29.092010-07-15Elbrus Complete ListPoints
Jones, Ken29.092010-07-20Elbrus Complete ListPoints
Thornley, Patrick29.092010-08-24Elbrus Complete ListPoints
Teicher, Gregory29.092011-04-10Monte Rosa Complete ListPoints
Longobardo, Mauro29.092011-08-17Monte Rosa Complete ListPoints
Eckardt, Annett29.092012-07-18Mont Blanc Complete ListPoints
Cook, David29.092013-08-30Elbrus Complete ListPoints
Stone, Peter29.092014-07-27Elbrus Complete ListPoints
Gilbertson, Eric29.092014-08-10Monte Rosa Complete ListPoints
Holme, Lars29.092015-06-22Mont Blanc Complete ListPoints

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