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Most Ascended Peaks-Outside USA

Showing Martin Richardson's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (28 out of 50, or 56%)

RankPeakAscents Elev-M Location Prom-M Range (Level 3)Ascent Date
1.Kilimanjaro3245895Tanzania5885Northeast Tanzania 
2.Snowdon2661085UK-Wales1038Great Britain1991
3.Ben Nevis2651344UK-Scotland1344Great Britain1980
4.Mont Sainte-Anne237808Canada-QC Canadian Shield 
5.Scafell Pike184978UK-England912Great BritainUnknown
6.Großer Feldberg154879Germany-HE666German Highlands2012-10-25
7.Pico de Orizaba1505636Mexico-Pue/Ver4922Cordillera Neovolcanica 
8.Mont Blanc1474810France/Italy4697Western Alps 
9.Mount Kosciuszko1282228Australia-NSW2228South N.S.W. Great Dividing Range2015-03-14
10.Helvellyn117950UK-England712Great BritainUnknown
11.Zugspitze1082962Germany/Austria1746Northern Alps2015-06-29
12.Fuji-san1063776Japan3776Honshu 
13.Mont Saint-Hilaire104408Canada-QC380Canadian Appalachians 
14.Carrauntoohil1031039Ireland1039Ireland1995-08-01
15.Pen y Fan95886UK-Wales668Great BritainUnknown
16.Signal de Botrange94694Belgium119North France-West Rhine Area2010-09-12
17.Volcán Cotopaxi935897Ecuador2404Ecuador Andes 
18.Aconcagua926962Argentina6962Central Argentina-Chile Andes 
18.Elbrus925642Russia4741Central Caucasus 
20.Vaalserberg83321Netherlands0North France-West Rhine Area2010-09-12
21.Volcán La Malinche824420Mexico-Pue/Tlax1900Cordillera Neovolcanica 
22.Moel Famau81554UK-Wales277Great BritainUnknown
23.Jebel Toubkal794167Morocco3755High Atlas2013-06-15
23.Mont Royal79234Canada-QC233Canadian Shield 
25.Huayna Picchu762634Peru Peruvian Andes 
26.Volcán Iztaccíhuatl755220Mexico-Pue/Mex1540Cordillera Neovolcanica 
27.Skiddaw73931UK-England709Great Britain1976
28.Sněžka711602Czech Republic/Poland1202Bohemian Ranges2012-08-09
29.Kala Pattar665540Nepal10Central Nepal Himalaya 
29.Cairn Gorm661245UK-Scotland146Great BritainUnknown
31.Kinabalu654095Malaysia4095Borneo 
31.Triglav652864Slovenia2052Eastern Alps2012-09-15
31.Dunstable Downs65243UK-England105Great BritainUnknown
34.Altkönig64798Germany-HE German Highlands 
35.Galdhøpiggen632469Norway2372Scandinavian Mountains2012-07-10
35.Kneiff63560Luxembourg55North France-West Rhine Area2010
37.Pico de Teide613718Spain3718North Atlantic Islands 
37.Rysy-North Peak612499Poland/Slovakia9Carpathian Mountains2012-08-22
39.Chirripó Grande603819Costa Rica3755Costa Rica-Panama Ranges 
39.Kékes601014Hungary774Carpathian Mountains2012-08-31
41.Mont Mégantic581102Canada-QC572Northern U.S. Appalachians 
41.Slieve Donard58853UK-N Ireland825Ireland2005-09-02
43.Monte Rosa574634Switz2165Southern Alps 
43.Border Monuments 445-446 Peak571175Canada/USA151Northern U.S. Appalachians 
43.Tryfan57917UK-Wales190Great BritainUnknown
43.Arthur’s Seat57251UK-Scotland174Great Britain2008
47.Ben Macdui561309UK-Scotland950Great BritainUnknown
48.Picacho del Diablo553095Mexico-BCN2115Baja California 
48.Blencathra55868UK-England461Great BritainUnknown
48.Kinder Scout55636UK-England497Great BritainUnknown

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List Description

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 (outside the USA) 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 overall list--click here for that list.

 


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