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Peaks with Most Ascents Using a Rope

RankPeakAscents Elev-M Location Prom-M Range (Level 3)
1.Mount Rainier3474392USA-WA4026Cascade Range
2.Mount Baker1393286USA-WA2686Cascade Range
3.Mount Hood1203426USA-OR2349Cascade Range
4.The Tooth831708USA-WA74Cascade Range
5.Grand Teton554197USA-WY1990Greater Yellowstone Rockies
5.Mount Shuksan552783USA-WA1344Cascade Range
7.Ingalls Peak522335USA-WA372Cascade Range
8.South Early Winter Spire492380USA-WA198Cascade Range
9.Mount Shasta424317USA-CA2976Cascade Range
10.Mont Blanc414810France/Italy4697Western Alps
10.Glacier Peak413206USA-WA2285Cascade Range
12.Mount McKinley386194USA-AK6144Alaska Range
12.Mount Olympus382429USA-WA2389Northwest U.S. Coast Ranges
12.Unicorn Peak382125USA-WA638Cascade Range
15.Mount Whitney374418USA-CA3071Sierra Nevada
15.Sahale Peak372646USA-WA25Cascade Range
17.Volcán Cotopaxi345897Ecuador2404Ecuador Andes
18.Eldorado Peak332703USA-WA667Cascade Range
18.Liberty Bell Mountain332353USA-WA61Cascade Range
20.Little Tahoma303395USA-WA249Cascade Range
21.The Castle291963USA-WA61Cascade Range
22.Granite Peak283901USA-MT1450Greater Yellowstone Rockies
22.Half Dome282694USA-CA414Sierra Nevada
24.Mount Washington272376USA-OR779Cascade Range
24.Mount Washington271917USA-NH1874Northern U.S. Appalachians

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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, for each peak, the number or ascents where the "Rope" gear check-box was checked for an ascent. Of all the gear/route icons, this one seemed to be the most indicative of challenging climbing, since it could be used for rock, snow, ice, and glacier routes. Of course, not all registered users of Peakbagger.com use the gear icons when entering data, so this list is not statistically sound. But this list does give some indication of popular peaks that involve some technical climbing.

 


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