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Southeastern Wilderness High Points - 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: 63

ClimberTotal ClimbedPercent ClimbedMost Recent ClimbMost Recent PeakPriorityComplete ListMaps
Shortt, Rickey3047.622012-08-11Mount Porte Crayon Complete ListPoints
Barr, Peter2031.752014-12-07Pond Mountain Complete ListPoints
Lostracco, Ben1422.222015-01-10 aCongaree Wilderness High Point Complete ListPoints
Dillmore, Shannon1320.632014-03-16 aRich Mountain Complete ListPoints
Townes, Will1320.632014-06-24Richland Balsam Complete ListPoints
Gabany, Randy1219.052014-04-12Gingercake Mountain Complete ListPoints
Massoth, Tom1219.052005-10-30Levelland Mountain Complete ListPoints
Prowatzke, Michael1219.052011-04-10Harman Knob Complete ListPoints
Packard, Bob1117.462003-05-22The Priest Complete ListPoints
Lobdell, Fred1117.462000-05-19Balsam Beartown Mountain Complete ListPoints
stout, pat1117.462011-10-24Thunder Ridge Wilderness High Point Complete ListPoints
Layton, Tom1117.462013-09-30 aBlood Mountain Complete ListPoints
Pramuk, Gabriel1117.462010-06-16Three Ridges Complete ListPoints
Pomeroy, Tom1015.872013-03-21Levelland Mountain Complete ListPoints
Earl, Edward1015.872012-10-24 10Rich Mountain Complete ListPoints
Prosser, Mark1015.872014-11-15Stratton Bald Complete ListPoints
Saul, Jonathan1015.872010-06-13The Priest Complete ListPoints
Oeser, Ken914.292012-07-21Mount Porte Crayon Complete ListPoints
Beck, Alan914.292003-05-30Three Ridges Complete ListPoints
Martin, Andy914.292013-07-06Dugger Mountain Complete ListPoints
Schwab, Bob812.702015-02-08Blood Mountain Complete ListPoints
Zerphey, Charles812.702013-09-30Tray Mountain Complete ListPoints
Brown, Jill812.702015-07-25 cStratton Bald Complete ListPoints
Perri, Bob812.702013-04-14Bear Cliff Complete ListPoints
Anderson, Heather812.702003-06Three Ridges Complete ListPoints
Best, Christopher711.112015-05-24Richland Balsam Complete ListPoints
Wymore, Jobe711.112005-04-14 cBlood Mountain Complete ListPoints
Howard, Chris711.112008-05-21Three Ridges Complete ListPoints
Oeser, Alexandra711.112004-07-04Standing Indian Complete ListPoints
Bishop, Jim711.112011-07-20Richland Balsam Complete ListPoints
Hawkins, Michael711.112009-08-16Grassy Cove Top Complete ListPoints
Schwartz, Michael711.112009-02-15Blood Mountain Complete ListPoints
lawler, doc711.112010-07-24Mount Rogers Complete ListPoints
Williamson, Kevin711.112001-05-26Richland Balsam Complete ListPoints
Poulin, Dennis711.112012-05-21 bThunder Ridge Wilderness High Point Complete ListPoints
32oz, Gatorade711.112015-04-25Richland Balsam Complete ListPoints
branin, jeff711.111974-07-01The Priest Complete ListPoints
Zakhar, John69.522008-05-15Blood Mountain Complete ListPoints
LaViolette Jr., Mark69.522004-11-01Levelland Mountain Complete ListPoints
Aaronson, David69.522006-06-26Standing Indian Complete ListPoints
Bubniak, Gregory69.521997-05-10The Priest Complete ListPoints
Wise, Brantley69.520000Grassy Cove Top Complete ListPoints
Wheeler, Terry69.522012-01-01 aTray Mountain Complete ListPoints
Bernier, Alan69.522015-02-15Standing Indian Complete ListPoints
Musser, William 69.522015-05-22 dMount Rogers Complete ListPoints
Hastings, Lu69.522008-11-28Standing Indian Complete ListPoints
Robbins, Trapper69.522004-10-24Richland Balsam Complete ListPoints
Everett, Roxanne69.522010-06-10The Priest Complete ListPoints
Clary, Spencer69.522011-10-01Grassy Cove Top Complete ListPoints
Flynn, Emily69.522012-05The Priest Complete ListPoints
Beavers, Michael69.522002-04-08Blood Mountain Complete ListPoints
McMaster, Spencer69.522015-03-07Tray Mountain Complete ListPoints
Salzmann, Jared69.522015-04-11Rich Mountain Complete ListPoints
Mayer, Craig69.521989-05-15High Point (Iron Mountains West) Complete ListPoints
Richards, Vanessa57.942013-05-26Three Ridges Complete ListPoints
Kimball, Ben57.942006-04-23Mount Rogers Complete ListPoints
Robbins, Zachary57.942015-03-15Gingercake Mountain Complete ListPoints
Hicks, Bruce57.942015-03-01Pond Mountain Complete ListPoints
Chambers, John57.942015-04-28Rich Mountain Complete ListPoints
Stewart, Dennis57.942011-09-06 01Richland Balsam Complete ListPoints
Hildebrand, Dan57.942014-06-24Mount Rogers Complete ListPoints
Cates-Bristol, Kris57.942003-05-20Mount Rogers Complete ListPoints
Stinson, Mike57.942015-01-19Thunder Ridge Wilderness High Point Complete ListPoints
Oeser, Annette57.942004-07-04Standing Indian Complete ListPoints
Garner, John57.942010Tray Mountain Complete ListPoints
ashby, shane57.942011-06-18Tray Mountain Complete ListPoints
Dean, Denis57.942012-11-20Big Frog Mountain Complete ListPoints
Six2, David57.942007Standing Indian Complete ListPoints
Jones, Ken57.942009-11-01Big Frog Mountain Complete ListPoints
Lawton, Zac57.942014-01-19Dugger Mountain Complete ListPoints
Threatte, Kenith57.942009-05-24Horsetrough Mountain Complete ListPoints
Chruszcz, Scott57.942013-07-05Black Mountain Peak 4556 Complete ListPoints
Newton, Lee46.352013-01-31Big Frog Mountain Complete ListPoints
Rego, Joe46.352008-06-10 bRichland Balsam Complete ListPoints
Barlow, James46.352012-08-18 cThe Priest Complete ListPoints
Whited, Brian46.352011-03-26Brush Mountain Complete ListPoints
Odom, Mitchell 46.352007-04-28Richland Balsam Complete ListPoints
Oswald, Bill46.352007-09-13Richland Balsam Complete ListPoints
Snedeker, Neil46.352007-10-25Blood Mountain Complete ListPoints
Kelly, Michael46.352005-05-05 1Levelland Mountain Complete ListPoints
Rinehart, Jeff46.352009-07-18Richland Balsam Complete ListPoints
Russell, Ken46.352014-05-02 bStanding Indian Complete ListPoints
Haynor, Jim46.352013-09-26Mount Rogers Complete ListPoints
Dunham, Dave46.352013-06-27Standing Indian Complete ListPoints
Brown, Steve46.352011-06-25Mount Porte Crayon Complete ListPoints
Post, Chris46.352004-05-27Mount Rogers Complete ListPoints
trailhound, tn46.352011Stratton Bald Complete ListPoints
Mitchler, John46.351998Richland Balsam Complete ListPoints
Shorey, Ronald46.352012-04-17Standing Indian Complete ListPoints
Lawrence, Kimberly46.352015-04-25Richland Balsam Complete ListPoints
ferris, tom46.350000The Priest Complete ListPoints
Wymore, Pat46.352005-04-14 bBlood Mountain Complete ListPoints
Stewart, Geri46.352011-09-06 01Richland Balsam Complete ListPoints
Hessler, Kevin46.352004-09-25Mount Rogers Complete ListPoints

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