Personal Climb Logs
The links below take you to dynamically generated lists of Greg Slayden's peakbagging activity.
- Ascent List: List of Greg Slayden's hikes, climbs, summits, and attempts.
- Peak List: List of distinct summits attained, with peak statistics. Includes a peak's "Personal Isolation".
- List of Lists: Peakbagging Lists that Greg Slayden is pursuing, showing progress for each list by number and percent of peaks climbed.
- Trip Report Index: Same as the main climb list, but only showing climbs with trip reports and/or GPS Tracks.
- Unsuccessful Ascent List: A badge of honor for real climbers--lessons learned when turning back.
- Multiple Ascents List: A listing of all peaks climbed more than once.
- Progressive Peak List: Time-ordered progressive lists for eight different metrics.
- Master Peak Map: Interactive worldwide map showing all peaks climbed, color-coded by elevation or prominence.
Reports showing a climber's buddies and other climbers. Click for More Info
Lists personally created by Greg Slayden.
- Personal Lists: Shows all lists created by Greg Slayden. Includes Query Lists created using the Query Tool, and "Pick-and-Choose" Lists created by selecting individual peaks.
- Wish List: A list of unclimbed peaks that are high-priority and/or have immediate climbing plans.
Time-Period Summary Reports
These reports show number of peaks climbed, highest point reached, and other statistics grouped by year or month.
US County High Point Links
Greg Slayden has self-identified as interested in climbing to the high points of counties in the United States.
The Aletschhorn dominates the view south from the Monch (1985-08-09).
Greg Slayden contemplates the cloud-capped icy majesty of the Monte Rosa massif, high point of the Swiss Alps (1993-08-14).
Skiing at 13,000 feet on the Emmons Glacier (1999-08-01).
Mount Rainier in winter from the nearby Crystal Mountain ski area (1995-12-23).
Standing on the Summit of North America (1997-05-27).
I have been actively peakbagging since I was ten years old, but I have only completed two significant lists: the New Hampshire 4000-footers, and the US State high points. Somehow I keep getting started on lists but get distracted by interesting mountains elsewhere that keep me from finishing. This leaves me with many lists where I have made some good progress, but still not near completion.
Right now I am opportunistically getting what I can, with my interests including high-prominence peaks worldwide, and high points of countries, non-US states/provinces, and US counties. But any peak is fair game, and a quality ascent (or a nice ski descent) is always appreciated.
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