Peakbagging Page for Carlos Ross

Personal Climb Logs

The links below take you to dynamically generated lists of Carlos Ross's peakbagging activity.

Social Networking

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Personal Lists

Lists personally created by Carlos Ross. (Search for Lists from other climbers).

  • Personal Lists: Shows all lists created by Carlos Ross. Includes Query Lists created using the Query Tool, and "Pick-and-Choose" Lists created by selecting individual peaks.
    • Search for Lists: Search across all lists hosted on the site, both "main" lists and those created by all climbers.
  • Wish List: A list of unclimbed peaks that are high-priority and/or have immediate climbing plans.

Time-Period Summary Reports

These reports show number of peaks climbed, highest point reached, and other statistics grouped by year or month.

User Created Content

US County High Point Links

Carlos Ross has self-identified as interested in climbing to the high points of counties in the United States.



They call this the Hill Country, so let's find some hills to climb!

Where I come from, nature is feared rather than respected, and land is just a commodity. My grandpa here in the States taught me there was more to nature and the land than that, first through birding and camping.

I started hiking as part of a weight-loss journey in college; while I've always been more of a geography buff and a birder than anything else, I've gotten in a few decent summits through the years, and it's kept me from ever reverting back to the socially-isolated and physically-impaired "indoor person" I once was.

A few personal peak-bagging rules:
No trespassing. No fence-hopping. CALA (closely-as-legally-possible) is kosher so long as you're within a reasonable distance (less than 100m horizontal, less than 2m vertical), otherwise tag as unsuccessful and be honest about it. If it doesn't look like my cup of tea (challenge level, access issues, etc), ignore it, and leave it for someone else. Even urban summits might hide interesting geology or history -- maybe that "junk bump" is the remnant of a salt dome oil strike. Sometimes, it's more than just about the numbers. Look for the story. Be kind to yourself and those around you. Assume best intentions but recognize safety risks.

Rules may be bent *if* there are mitigating circumstances, but remember that it's better to walk away and peakbag another day than risk incarceration or firearms discharge, especially when you're a person of color in the American South.

In short:

You shouldn't have to notch fourteeners and ultras to be a peak-bagger, especially if you live in the lowlands. Play your own game. Have fun. Be cool. Do what you can to raise awareness of the outdoors and nature and everything this world has to offer.

Peakbagging needs ambassadors, not gatekeepers.

Fluent: English, Japanese, Spanish
Learning: French, German, Portuguese
Residual: Chinese (Mandarin), Tagalog

BA Asian Languages (Japanese) - Arizona State University '08


Quick Top 10 Lists/Peaks

Highest Priority Lists
ListPriority% Done
Austin Area Summits (Publicly Accessible)160
Most Complete Lists
List# Done% Done
Austin Area Summits (Publicly Accessible)1860
Florida Peaks with 25 Miles of Isolation746.7
Orlando Area Summits1534.9
Austin Area Summits2421.2
I-35 Summits220
Houston Area Summits218.2
Southeast U.S. Peaks with 50 Miles of Isolation316.7
Florida County High Points1014.9
Hiroshima Area Summits114.3
Arizona County Prominence Peaks213.3
Highest Peaks Climbed
PeakElev-ftLocationAscent Date
Trail Ridge12355USA-CO1994-06-08 c
Brian Head11307USA-UT1995-06-03 e
Sandia Crest10678USA-NM2006-07-23
Point Supreme10405USA-UT1995-06-03 d1
Greenlee County High Point9441USA-AZ1996-06
Mount Lemmon9157USA-AZ2006-09-29 n
Rainbow Point9115USA-UT1994-06-04 e
Radio Ridge9040USA-AZ2006-09-29 l
Pusch Ridge Wilderness High Point9000USA-AZ2006-09-29 m
Bryce Point8320USA-UT1994-06-04 c
Most Prominent Peaks Climbed
PeakProm-ftLocationAscent Date
Mount Lemmon5157USA-AZ2006-09-29 n
Sandia Crest4098USA-NM2006-07-23
Pinal Peak4090USA-AZ2006-09-13
Brian Head3747USA-UT1995-06-03 e
Marys Peak3357USA-OR2007-07-25
Mount Ord2408USA-AZ2007-03-31
Kitt Peak2092USA-AZ1991-08
Misen1755Japan2005-06-04 b
South Mountain1510USA-AZ2006-10-06 c
Greenlee County High Point1361USA-AZ1996-06
Overall Statistics and Ranks  (Updated every 24 hours)
P-Index: 47  (Rank #4924/22456)Link to Peak List sorted by prominence
I-Index: 18  (Rank #2319/22036)Link to Peak List sorted by isolation
E-Index: 20  (Rank #7229/21684)Link to Peak List sorted by elevation
Ascents: 1587  (Rank #141/25977)Count of all logged ascents
Peaks/Points: 514  (Rank #535/25879)Count of distinct peaks/points climbed
Peaks on Lists: 63  (Rank #3722/24543)Count of distinct peaks that are on lists
P100m Peaks: 20  (Rank #7229/24821)Count of peaks with 100m of promienence
      (See Prominence Summary Page for more prominence breakdowns)
Vertical Gain: 37,384 ft  (Rank #1660/6506)Sum of all vertical gain hiked
Distance:  mi  (Rank #5008/25977)Sum of all distance hiked
Trip Reports: 369  (Rank #149/10598)Count of posted trip reports
Days with Ascents: 15  (Rank #6544/23983)Days with a new 100m prominence peak


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