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Europe 600m Prominence Peaks - 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: 1809

ClimberTotal ClimbedPercent ClimbedMost Recent ClimbMost Recent PeakPriorityComplete ListMaps
Bjørstad, Petter42223.332015-06-15Geierhaupt Complete ListPoints
Woodall, Rob31617.472015-07-12Glittertinden Complete ListPoints
Richardson, Martin27114.982015-07-29Monte Armetta Complete ListPoints
Newton, Lee26014.372015-07-12Glittertinden Complete ListPoints
Buerger, Michael1759.672015-05-31Rotwand Complete ListPoints
Tillmanns, Stephan 1659.122015-06-28Cima di Preti Complete ListPoints
Bloomer, Jim1367.522013-08-20 aFeldberg Complete ListPoints
Gerber, Andrej995.472015-04-12Pizzo Rotondo Complete ListPoints
Mclellan, Richard985.422015-06-10Dinara Complete ListPoints
Friedrich, Martin985.422015-07-10Parângu Mare Complete ListPoints
glasper, steve915.031998-07-08Weissmies Complete ListPoints
Mclellan, Denise874.812015-06-15Daravica Complete ListPoints
Tibatong, Habakuk814.482015-07-04Daniel Complete ListPoints
Kerr, Bob794.372009-10-10Snaefell Complete ListPoints
Skrede, Lyngve764.202013-11-21Blåtind Complete ListPoints
Holme, Lars734.042015-06-22Mont Blanc Complete ListPoints
Stone, James703.872015-07-03 aBeinn na Caillich (West) Complete ListPoints
Dixon, Steve683.762015-07-12Midzor Complete ListPoints
Auderset, Iwan663.652015-06-26Ringelspitz Complete ListPoints
Edgar, David573.152014-10-04Monte Cinto9Complete ListPoints
Down, Nick573.152015-06-14Beinn a'Chreachain Complete ListPoints
Douvier, Yan-Eric542.992014-01-08 aHasenmatt Complete ListPoints
Fieles, Matthias542.992015-04-04Olympus Complete ListPoints
Packard, Bob522.872009-08-14Mulhacén Complete ListPoints
Eckardt, Annett522.872015-07-04Daniel Complete ListPoints
Belhadj, Malek512.822015-07-21Parângu Mare Complete ListPoints
Halstead, Rob502.762015-07-05Beinn Sgulaird Complete ListPoints
Bjørstad, Pål492.712014-05-25Dammastock Complete ListPoints
Stone, Peter472.602015-07-01Ben Loyal Complete ListPoints
Uherkovich, Szaniszlo472.602015-07-16Pol'ana Complete ListPoints
Kerepesi, Péter452.492015-06-07Hochobir Complete ListPoints
McAllister, Mark452.492015-07-13Kebnekaise Complete ListPoints
Drolpo, Dorje442.432015-07-21Dents du Midi Complete ListPoints
Trošcák, Ondrej432.382015-06-07Lysá hora Complete ListPoints
Warren, James432.382015-07-10Kebnekaise Complete ListPoints
Valaitis, Deividas382.102015-07-19 A1Dinara Complete ListPoints
Rayner, Adrian361.992015-07-12Glittertinden Complete ListPoints
Charters, Ian331.822011-05-29Binnein Mor Complete ListPoints
Whyte, Ken331.822013-03-18Javalambre Complete ListPoints
Schaefer, Norbert331.822015-05-18Wendelstein Complete ListPoints
Wren, Richard311.712014-05-05An Teallach Complete ListPoints
Aitken, Mark301.662012-09-21Corno Grande Complete ListPoints
Deurgar, The301.662013-12-01Binnein Mor Complete ListPoints
Skorupa, Bartek301.662015-06-05Praděd Complete ListPoints
Teicher, Gregory291.602012-09-23Rheinwaldhorn Complete ListPoints
Rodés Muñoz, Pere291.602013-07-29Galdhøpiggen Complete ListPoints
Weber, Andre281.552000Le Catogne Complete ListPoints
Finn, Stefan281.552014-10Schneeberg Complete ListPoints
Hagan, Tim281.552015-05-18Clisham Complete ListPoints
Peer, Stefan281.552015-05-22Hvannadalshnúkur Complete ListPoints
Laur, Michael271.492015-06-07Tschirgant Complete ListPoints
Koehne, Klaas261.442014-10-17Monte Rite Complete ListPoints
Wabnig, Dagmar251.382013-08-28Ben Nevis Complete ListPoints
Drew, Ben251.382015-06-20Skiddaw Complete ListPoints
Righi, Mattia251.382015-07-28Soiernspitze Complete ListPoints
Somkuti, Nandor241.332008-06-28Zuckerhütl Complete ListPoints
Honey, Gary231.272009-07-17Beinn Alligin-Sgurr Mhor Complete ListPoints
Murray, Robert231.272011-12-11Pendeli Oros Complete ListPoints
Martin, Andy231.272014-06-24Pendeli Oros Complete ListPoints
Batt, Morgan231.272015-07-17Triglav Complete ListPoints
Harrington-Lynn, David221.222013-08-16Ben Macdui Complete ListPoints
Gilbertson, Eric211.162014-11-15Olympus Complete ListPoints
Henney, Victor211.162015-06-18Ben Macdui Complete ListPoints
Wyman-Henney, Susan211.162015-06-18Ben Macdui Complete ListPoints
Stone, Twm211.162015-07-01Ben Loyal Complete ListPoints
Rankine, Graeme211.162015-07-27Daravica Complete ListPoints
Roach, Gerry201.112008-06-28Ben Hope Complete ListPoints
Jenkins, Tony201.112010-07-01Pico Turbina Complete ListPoints
Earl, Edward201.112013-07-09Sgurr Alasdair Complete ListPoints
Rankine, Andrew201.112015-07-27Daravica Complete ListPoints
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