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.
- 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. Click for More Info
- Custom Query Lists: Lists created by Greg Slayden using the Query Tool.
- Life List: A master "bucket list" of peaks, a combination of proudest past ascents and most-desired future ascents.
- 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.
Standing on the Summit of North America.
Mount Rainier in winter from the nearby Crystal Mountain ski area
Skiing at 13,000 feet on the Emmons Glacier.
Greg Slayden contemplates the cloud-capped icy majesty of the Monte Rosa massif, high point of the Swiss Alps.
The Aletschhorn dominates the view south from the Monch.
I have been interested in mountains, hiking, and climbing my whole life. I started hiking in the White Mountains of New Hampshire when I was five years old, and over the years I have gradually graduated from on-trail hiking to scrambling and finally real mountaineering. Wilderness mountains are my favorite place to travel, and I feel that summits provide a good framework and set of goals for otherwise random wanderings.
Some of my personal climbing records:
- First Hike: Cannon Mountain, NH. My Dad had to carry me part of the way up.
- First Summit: Cerro Cristo Rey in the Colombian Andes, when I was 6.
- Climb I am most proud of: Dufourspitze, Monte Rosa, Switzerland. Airy scrambling in a white-out.
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