Peakbagging Page for Russ Marshall

Personal Climb Logs

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Time-Period Summary Reports

These reports show number of peaks climbed, highest point reached, and other statistics grouped by year or month.




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Most Complete Lists
List# Done% Complete
Eastern U.S. County High Points over 4500 feet511.9
Georgia 4000-foot Peaks310.7
Fifty Highest Eastern CoHPs48
Southeast/Ozark USA Peaks with 2000 feet of Prominence28
High Points of Counties Crossed by the Appalachian Trail66.8
"Helman Counties"-Greatest Elevation Differential36
Southeast U.S. Peaks with 50 Miles of Isolation15.9
Southern Appalachian 6000-foot Peaks25.7
South Beyond 600025
Contiguous 48 U.S. State High Points24.2
Highest Peaks Climbed
PeakElev-mLocationAscent Date
Clingmans Dome2025USA-TN/NCUnknown
Mount Le Conte2010USA-TNUnknown
Mount Le Conte-Cliff Top1998USA-TNUnknown
Mount Le Conte-West Point1934USA-TNUnknown
Brasstown Bald1458USA-GAUnknown
Rabun Bald1431USA-GAUnknown
Blood Mountain1353USA-GAUnknown
Most Prominent Peaks Climbed
PeakProm-mLocationAscent Date
Clingmans Dome1373USA-TN/NCUnknown
Brasstown Bald642USA-GAUnknown
Blood Mountain451USA-GAUnknown
Mount Le Conte415USA-TNUnknown
Rabun Bald309USA-GAUnknown
Mount Le Conte-Cliff Top35USA-TNUnknown
Mount Le Conte-West Point32USA-TNUnknown
P-Index: 7    Link to Peak List sorted by prominence
I-Index: 5    Link to Peak List sorted by isolation
E-Index: 5    Link to Peak List sorted by elevation


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