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Personal Lists Created by Caleb Morris

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This table shows queries/lists that Caleb Morris has created and saved using the Query Tool or the "Pick and Choose" list building capability. Use the List Search page to search for lists created by other climbers.

TypeList/Query NameLocationWish List FRL #PeaksClimbedPctMost Recent PeakDatePrio
P & C  Caleb Morris's Life ListWorld FRL6116.67Ruby Dome2014-09-20 
P & C  Caleb Morris's Wish ListN.A.Wish ListFRL5     
P & C  Favorite Three Climbs Each YearN.A.-USA FRL4040100Mount Baker2018-07-21 
Query  Idaho TwelversN.A.-USA-ID FRL9555.56Mount Breitenbach2017-06-243
Query  Nevada 10K PeaksN.A.-USA-NV FRL15742.55Ruby Dome2014-09-20 
Query  Next 200 ProminenceN.A.-USA-OR FRL2002010Belknap Crater2018-09-01 
Query  Oregon 9000 Foot Peaks - 200 promN.A.-USA-OR FRL523465.38Sacajawea-Matterhorn Ridge2018-07-074
P & C  Oregon Four CornerN.A.-USA-OR FRL4250Coxcomb Hill2017-05-13 
P & C  Oregon Territory High PeaksN.A.-USA FRL231147.83Mount Baker2018-07-2111
Query  Oregon Top 100 - Eagle Cap Wilderness PeaksN.A.-USA-OR FRL372156.76Elkhorn Peak2017-09-169
Query  Oregon Top 200 ProminenceN.A.-USA-OR FRL2009547.5Elkhorn Peak2017-09-1613
Query  The Wallowas - 7000 feet 100 min promN.A.-USA-OR FRL622946.77Sacajawea-Matterhorn Ridge2018-07-07 
Query  Top 200 Elevation 300 foot promN.A.-USA-OR FRL22211150Ball Butte2018-08-31 
Query  Wallowa High Peaks ChallengeN.A.-USA-OR FRL10990Sacajawea-Matterhorn Ridge2018-07-07 
P & C  Worst of the Worst: The Tri Cities ListN.A.-USA-WA FRL11981.82Middle Badger Mountain2012-03-03 

About Personal Lists

Registered users of Peakbagger.com can create their own lists. The site hosts hundreds of well-known and popular lists on the Peak Lists page, but many users will want to create a collections of peaks that speaks to their climbing interests or goals.

There are two kinds of Personal List a user can create:

  • Query List: Create one on this page. These lists are the results of a query against the Peakbagger.com peak database, and include peaks based on strict criteria, such as elevation, location, prominence, and other metrics. To create one, you can use the query tool to input your criteria, run the query, tweak the criteria until you get results you are happy with, and then save the results as a list.
  • Pick-and-Choose List: Create one on this page. These lists are created by selecting peaks from the Peakbagger.com database. There are no limitations on which peaks you can choose--these lists can be a grab-bag of whatever random peaks you want to group together. To create one, set up the name and other information on the List Edit page, set that list to be your "active" list, and then navigate to peak pages on the site. On each peak page there is a button in the upper right corner what will allow you to add that peak to your active list. Click for More Info

The table on this page shows both kinds of lists. The "Query Edit" button for a list is only present for Query Lists, and will allow you to change the query criteria that generated that list. The "List Edit" link allows you to change the List title, description, columns, and other properties of the list, and will work for both kinds of lists.

Wish List: Your "Wish List" is a special kind of Pick-and-Choose List. When selecting peaks to add to it, you can only add peaks you have not yet climbed. And once you climb a peak on your Wish List, it is automatically removed from your Wish List. The Wish List also lets others know your upcoming plans, and is used for map shading. It is a good idea to give your Wish List a name that reflects it special status, for example, "John Smith's Wish List".

To make a Pick-and-Choose list your Wish List, click the "List Edit" link for a list, and check the Wish List checkbox on the page. This will set that list to be your Wish List. If you have a current wish list, it will not be deleted, it will remain as a regular Pick-and-Choose list.




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