Mountaineers Olympia 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: 15

ClimberTotal ClimbedPercent ClimbedMost Recent ClimbMost Recent PeakPriorityComplete ListMaps
Painter, ChadL426.672015-07-15Mount Deception Complete ListPoints
Stock, Curtis213.332015-06-27 aMount Tom Complete ListPoints
Lakin, Beth213.332015-06-15Mount Washington Complete ListPoints
Shaw, Rex320.002015-06-13McCartney Peak Complete ListPoints
VanderBilt, Monty213.332015-06-03Mount Angeles Complete ListPoints
Battaglia, Evan213.332015-05-17Mount Angeles Complete ListPoints
Weiland, Craig426.672015-05-03Mount Stone Complete ListPoints
Richards, Vanessa213.332015-05-03Mount Stone5Complete ListPoints
Straub, Chad213.332015-03-01Mount Stone Complete ListPoints
Wiencke, Bent213.332015-01-31Mount Angeles Complete ListPoints
Scott, James213.332014-10-05Mount Stone Complete ListPoints
Watrous, Hal 213.332014-10-04Mount Stone Complete ListPoints
helminger, mike320.002014-08-23Mount Stone Complete ListPoints
Kondrat, Paul213.332014-07-26Mount Angeles Complete ListPoints
Giangiulio, Raphi320.002014-07-20Mount Angeles Complete ListPoints
Lauren, Dan15Complete!2014-06-21Mount Stone Complete ListPoints
Jenkins, Ron426.672014-06-08Mount Deception Complete ListPoints
Chappell, Greg213.332014-05-24Mount Washington Complete ListPoints
Halder, Tim426.672014-03-07Mount Carrie Complete ListPoints
Baxstrom, Curt15Complete!2013-09-01Mount Queets Complete ListPoints
Rice, Scott1493.332013-08-27 bMount Appleton Complete ListPoints
Pearce, Jared213.332013-08-17Mount Angeles Complete ListPoints
Banes, John213.332013-07-20Mount Deception Complete ListPoints
Michelson, Paul320.002013-06-07Mount Deception Complete ListPoints
Wilkins, Tab533.332013-06-02Mount Washington Complete ListPoints
Kunz, Ben213.332013-05-03Mount Washington Complete ListPoints
Goodro, Mark320.002012-09-30Mount Stone Complete ListPoints
Strand, Andrew213.332012-08-25Mount Washington Complete ListPoints
Panza, Jeff213.332012-06-16Mount Angeles Complete ListPoints
Willis, Craig320.002012-02-05Mount Angeles Complete ListPoints
Eames, Eric213.332012-02-05Mount Angeles Complete ListPoints
Berntsen, Lisa1173.332011-09Mount Seattle Complete ListPoints
Myers, Grant426.672011-07-02Mount Deception Complete ListPoints
Slayden, Greg320.002011-07-02Mount Deception Complete ListPoints
Boos, Andy640.002010-09-08Mount Elk Lick Complete ListPoints
Dewey, Andy320.002010-09-08Mount Elk Lick Complete ListPoints
Walker, Adam533.332010-09-05 bMcCartney Peak Complete ListPoints
Chinn, Victor213.332010-09-01Mount Washington Complete ListPoints
Eisenberg, Mickey213.332010-08-17McCartney Peak Complete ListPoints
Noel, Eric213.332010-08-16Mount Washington98Complete ListPoints
Plubell, Brandon213.332009-08-17Mount Stone Complete ListPoints
Burt, Richard746.672009-07-10Mount Deception Complete ListPoints
Graf, Lynn533.332009-07-10Mount Deception Complete ListPoints
poetter, royce746.672009-07-05Mount Stone Complete ListPoints
Powrie, Chuck533.332009-07-04Mount Deception Complete ListPoints
Jones, Ken426.672009-07-04Mount Deception Complete ListPoints
Earl, Edward320.002009-07-04Mount Deception Complete ListPoints
Bolton, Bob320.002009-07-04Mount Deception Complete ListPoints
Russell, Ken320.002009-07-04Mount Deception Complete ListPoints
Gilliland, Duane213.332009-07-04Mount Deception Complete ListPoints
DeRoo, Tom213.332009-07-02Mount Deception Complete ListPoints
Myer, Julie320.002009-06-13Mount Stone Complete ListPoints
Wilson, Doug213.332009-05-24Mount Angeles Complete ListPoints
Taylor, Dean320.002008-08-31Mount Stone Complete ListPoints
Pierson, James213.332007-09-02Mount Washington Complete ListPoints
Browning, Brian426.672007-07-27Mount Stone Complete ListPoints
Robertson, Matt213.332007Mount Angeles Complete ListPoints
Stolk, John426.672006-08-04Mount Stone Complete ListPoints
Dewey, Marc213.332004-06-12Mount Washington Complete ListPoints
Beavon, Fred426.672002-07-02Mount Stone Complete ListPoints
Flynn, Dale1280.002000-08-04Mount Tom Complete ListPoints
Johnston, Schuyler213.331997Mount Angeles Complete ListPoints
Roper, John426.671995-05-12Mount Elk Lick Complete ListPoints
Romer, Henry213.331977-08Mount Stone Complete ListPoints
Sheriff, Steve213.331977Mount Carrie Complete ListPoints
Willhite, Eric320.000000Mount Angeles Complete ListPoints

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