Most Ascended Peaks
|Rank||Peak||Ascents|| Elev-Ft ||Location|| Prom-Ft ||Range (Level 3)|
|1.||Mount Washington||2009||6288||USA-NH||6148||Northern U.S. Appalachians|
|2.||Mount Whitney||1216||14,495||USA-CA||10,075||Sierra Nevada|
|3.||Mount San Antonio||1191||10,064||USA-CA||6224||Central and Southern California Ranges|
|4.||Mount Lafayette||1148||5240||USA-NH||3320||Northern U.S. Appalachians|
|5.||Mount Lincoln||1003||5089||USA-NH||169||Northern U.S. Appalachians|
|6.||Mount Pierce||907||4310||USA-NH||230||Northern U.S. Appalachians|
|7.||Mount Moosilauke||884||4802||USA-NH||2932||Northern U.S. Appalachians|
|8.||Mount Marcy||882||5344||USA-NY||4914||Canadian Shield|
|9.||Mount Rainier||873||14,411||USA-WA||13,210||Cascade Range|
|10.||Grand Monadnock||856||3150||USA-NH||2130||Northern U.S. Appalachians|
|11.||Mount Adams||812||5799||USA-NH||861||Northern U.S. Appalachians|
|12.||Mount Eisenhower||810||4760||USA-NH||335||Northern U.S. Appalachians|
|13.||Mount Liberty||796||4459||USA-NH||379||Northern U.S. Appalachians|
|14.||Mount Monroe||789||5372||USA-NH||254||Northern U.S. Appalachians|
|15.||Mount Madison||788||5366||USA-NH||466||Northern U.S. Appalachians|
|16.||Mount Jefferson||783||5712||USA-NH||753||Northern U.S. Appalachians|
|17.||Katahdin||777||5268||USA-ME||4288||Northern U.S. Appalachians|
|18.||Mount Greylock||772||3487||USA-MA||2463||Northern U.S. Appalachians|
|19.||San Jacinto Peak||770||10,839||USA-CA||8319||Central and Southern California Ranges|
|19.||Mount Si||770||4167||USA-WA||247||Cascade Range|
|21.||Little Haystack||766||4760||USA-NH||0||Northern U.S. Appalachians|
|22.||Mount Jackson||754||4052||USA-NH||332||Northern U.S. Appalachians|
|23.||Mount Mansfield||747||4393||USA-VT||3633||Northern U.S. Appalachians|
|24.||Mount Osceola||736||4320||USA-NH||2000||Northern U.S. Appalachians|
|25.||Mount Flume||696||4328||USA-NH||408||Northern U.S. Appalachians|
|26.||South Twin||693||4902||USA-NH||1502||Northern U.S. Appalachians|
|27.||Cannon Mountain||683||4080||USA-NH||720||Northern U.S. Appalachians|
|28.||Clingmans Dome||681||6643||USA-TN/NC||4503||Blue Ridge Mountains|
|29.||Mount Field||669||4320||USA-NH||1681||Northern U.S. Appalachians|
|30.||Mount Garfield||664||4480||USA-NH||800||Northern U.S. Appalachians|
|31.||Mount Saint Helens||659||8333||USA-WA||4573||Cascade Range|
|32.||Kinsman Mountain-North Peak||658||4293||USA-NH||253||Northern U.S. Appalachians|
|33.||Mount Osceola-East Peak||657||4156||USA-NH||316||Northern U.S. Appalachians|
|34.||Mount Tecumseh||656||4003||USA-NH||1723||Northern U.S. Appalachians|
|35.||San Gorgonio Mountain||652||11,499||USA-CA||8294||Central and Southern California Ranges|
|36.||Mount Elbert||636||14,433||USA-CO||9073||Southern Rocky Mountains|
|37.||Malans Peak||635||6960||USA-UT||0||Western Rocky Mountains|
|38.||Cascade Mountain||634||4098||USA-NY||1178||Canadian Shield|
|39.||Mount Tom||633||4051||USA-NH||331||Northern U.S. Appalachians|
|40.||Algonquin Peak||623||5115||USA-NY||2097||Canadian Shield|
|41.||Mount Mitchell||617||6684||USA-NC||6089||Blue Ridge Mountains|
|42.||Mount Hood||607||11,239||USA-OR||7706||Cascade Range|
|43.||Mount Adams||605||12,276||USA-WA||8116||Cascade Range|
|44.||Kinsman Mountain||594||4358||USA-NH||2398||Northern U.S. Appalachians|
|45.||West Tiger Mountain #3||583||2522||USA-WA||62||Cascade Range|
|46.||Mount Willey||570||4255||USA-NH||255||Northern U.S. Appalachians|
|47.||Carter Dome||564||4832||USA-NH||2821||Northern U.S. Appalachians|
|48.||Mount Hale||562||4054||USA-NH||614||Northern U.S. Appalachians|
|49.||Mount Bond||556||4698||USA-NH||298||Northern U.S. Appalachians|
|50.||North Twin||548||4761||USA-NH||281||Northern U.S. Appalachians|
Front Runners List: Click here to see list completion progress by climbers that log their climbs using Peakbagger.com.
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This list, like all the other "Usage" lists, will change over time as ascents are entered into the Peakbagger.com database. This list is automatically recalculated once a day, so a completion of all these peaks is a moving target that may be frustrating for a climber.
This list shows peaks with the most successful ascents by all climbers at all times. Repeat ascents are counted, so if a single climber ascends a peak 100 times, that will give that peak a big advantage on this list.
Despite the worldwide coverage of the Peakbagger.com database, the site has its greatest usage in the United States, so peaks in that country dominate this list. There is a companion list for peaks outside the USA only, ranked by the same criteria. The preponderance of peaks in the Northeastern USA on this list is due to many repeat ascnets of peaks that are relatively easy to ascend.
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