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Washington Bulger List - Multiple Ascents Grid

Showing all of Grant Myers's ascent dates (max 10 rounds) (Overall: 91 out of 100, or 91%)

RankPeak Elev-Ft  Prom-Ft TotalRound 1
97.Abernathy Peak83218011 1987-09-27 
89.Amphitheater Mountain83587581 1988-09-04 
66.Argonaut Peak84537331 2000-09-17 
91.Austera Peak83344141 2001-07-10 
77.Azurite Peak840018801 1988-10-02 
62.Big Craggy Peak847030701 1987-07-04 
95.Big Snagtooth83305701 1991-07-19 
17.Black Peak897034501 1983-07-24 
80.Blackcap Mountain83973971 1994-09-18 
6.Bonanza Peak951137111 2009-07-02 
23.Boston Peak8894854  
50.Buck Mountain852818881 1988-10-10 
38.Cannon Mountain86388381 1990-09-15 
47.Cardinal Peak859020701 1987-07-25 
58.Cashmere Mountain850115811 1987-08-16 
43.Cathedral Peak86019891 1988-09-04 
65.Chiwawa Mountain845912191 1989-08-12 
42.Clark Mountain860215221 1988-08-07 
33.Colchuck Peak87056651 1990-09-14 
19.Copper Peak89644841 1990-07-08 
94.Cosho Peak83324921 1997-07-20 
81.Courtney Peak83926721 1993-10-15 
56.Dark Peak8504264  
88.Devore Peak836017221 2002-09-22 
21.Dome Peak892030401 1994-07-24 
68.Dorado Needle8440800  
26.Dragontail Peak884017601 1990-09-14 
73.Dumbell Mountain842112611 1989-08-13 
25.Eldorado Peak886821881 1986-07-09 
72.Emerald Peak84227421 1989-07-17 
51.Enchantment Peak85204801 1990-09-13 
99.Flora Mountain832018001 2011-07-24 a 
27.Forbidden Peak881510551 1985-07-20 
30.Fortress Mountain876016801 1987-09-13 
22.Gardner Mountain88986981 1990-06-25 
5.Glacier Peak10,52074981 1985-08-23 
85.Golden Horn836611261 1987-09-06 
9.Goode Mountain92003808  
74.Greenwood Mountain84156551 1989-08-13 
63.Hoodoo Peak84644241 1990-10-06 
60.Horseshoe Peak848080  
14.Jack Mountain906642111 1990-08-03 
36.Katsuk Peak86804401 1991-07-11 
44.Kimtah Peak860010401 1997-07-20 
59.Klawatti Peak84856851 1986-07-08 
84.Lake Mountain83718111 1994-09-18 
68.Little Annapurna84402801 1984-08 
3.Little Tahoma11,1388181 1996-07-14 
63.Lost Peak846416241 1991-08-12 
77.Luahna Peak84007201 1994-08-28 
83.Martin Peak83758551 1989-06-24 
54.Martin Peak85112111  
87.McClellan Peak836412441 1990-09-14 
28.Mesahchie Peak879522351 1991-07-11 
46.Monument Peak859210721 1994-09-19 
2.Mount Adams12,27681161 1981-06 
4.Mount Baker10,78188121 1980-07 b 
68.Mount Bigelow84407601 1989-06-23 
11.Mount Buckner911430341 1986-07-22 
45.Mount Carru85959551 1988-06-28 
39.Mount Custer863012301 2005-08-06 
8.Mount Fernow924928111 1990-07-07 
96.Mount Formidable83251885  
31.Mount Lago874532681 1988-06-28 
13.Mount Logan908714871 1988-08-13 
15.Mount Maude90408821 1987-07-11 
60.Mount Rahm84802801 2000-07-18 
1.Mount Rainier14,41113,2461 1988-07-17 
18.Mount Redoubt896916491 1986-08-13 
92.Mount Saint Helens833345731 1988-05-01 
10.Mount Shuksan913144111 1980-07 a 
16.Mount Spickard897947791 2000-07-19 
7.Mount Stuart941553541 1984-06-15 
56.Mox Peaks85049041 1986-08-14 
75.Mox Peaks-Northwest Peak84075271 1986-08-15 
20.North Gardner Mountain895639961 1990-06-25 
48.Osceola Peak858711471 1988-06-28 
28.Oval Peak879527311 1988-07-11 
77.Pinnacle Mountain840017201 1989-07-16 
55.Primus Peak85088281 2001-07-10 
40.Ptarmigan Peak86148941 1991-08-11 
49.Raven Ridge-Libby Peak85551551 1987-08-29 
35.Remmel Mountain868543651 1988-09-03 
53.Reynolds Peak851220321 1989-06-11 
32.Robinson Mountain872616861 1988-06-19 
36.Sahale Peak8680801 1980-07 
76.Saska Peak84046441 1989-07-17 
12.Seven Fingered Jack91003801 1986-06-29 
41.Sherpa Peak86054051 1994-07-10 
24.Silver Star Mountain887624361 1984-06 
68.Sinister Peak8440840  
90.Snowfield Peak834729071 1988-07-31 
81.Spectacle Buttes839210721 1989-10-01 
34.Star Peak869011701 1988-07-10 
51.Storm King8520600  
97.Switchback Mountain83214411 1989-06-24 
67.Tower Mountain844428841 1987-09-06 
99.Tupshin Peak832010801 2002-09-21 
85.West Craggy83667261 1990-07-03 
92.Windy Peak833317721 1994-06-19 

Main Peak List: Click here to see the standard peak listing, showning more informational columns and just the first ascent date.

Front Runners List: Click here to see list completion progress by climbers that log their climbs using

Compare Climbers: Click here to compare ascents of up to 5 climbers working on this list.

About the Multiple Ascent Grid:

  • This table grid shows all peaks on a given list, and all ascents done by Grant Myers, up to 10 ascents per peak.
  • While many peakbaggers do not like to repeat ascents, some will try to do multiple "laps" or "rounds" of a favorite list, often one close to home.
  • The header for each ascent column shows, in parentheses, the total number of peaks climbed in each "round", and clicking the header link will sort your ascents for that round.
  • Due to space limitations, this listing has just the basic peak info, so up to ten date columns can be shown. Please use the main peak list (linked above) for more basic info and functionality.
  • Some climbers will log two ascents of the same peak on the same day--for example, when doing an out-and-back ridge run with other ascents sandwiched between two of the same peak. Some might not consider these to be two separate ascents for the purposes of doing multiple rounds. Clicking on the "Count a peak only once per day" link in the header will collapse multiple ascents of a peak on a single day into just one ascent for this grid list.

List Description

The Bulgers were a very informal group of climbers who set out to climb the 100 highest peaks in Washington State. This list was never "official", but it has achieved a certain legitimacy among Cascade climbers and it is the usual way to the Washingtion Top 100.

This site also has a list of the strictly defined Washington Top 100, ranking only peaks that have a clean prominence of over 400 feet. These lists are very similar, but do have some differences. While the Bulger list generally uses a 400-foot prominence cutoff, for volcanoes they use an 800-foot threshold, and for other well-known summits with less than 400 feet of prominence they make exceptions.

The differences are (thanks to Jeff Howbert for figuring all this out):

  • The Bulgers drop Liberty Cap, Sherman, Colfax, and Lincoln becasue they are volcanic subpeaks with less than 800 feet of prominence.
  • They also drop Mount Ballard, not realizing that it had a higher unsurveryed point to the north.
  • They add Seven Fingered Jack, Sahale, Dark, Rahm, Horseshoe, Little Annapurna, and Blackcap Mountain, all of which have less than 400 feet of strict prominence.
  • Having dropped five peaks and added seven, they also miss out on the bottom two of the strict 400-foot list, Luna and Castle.

Any way you look at it, this is a very difficult list to complete. Many of these peaks require serious mountaineering skill, including difficult rock-climbing ability. Consensus is that the highest of the Mox Peaks (Southeast Twin Spire) is the hardest to climb, but many of the other summits feature some combination of long approaches, bushwhacking, crevassed glaciers, steep rock pitches, and overall adventure.

The first to complete the Bulger list was Russ Kroeker in 1980.



     Summit Routes: Washington's Highest Peaks
     Official Roster of Bulger Completers

Selected Guidebook(s) for this List

       Summit Routes: Washington's 100 Highest Peaks (Stephenson, Bongiovanni)
       Washington's Highest Mountains: Basic Alpine and Glacier Routes (Goldman)

Caution: These books feature many of the peaks on this list, but may not have information on all of them.


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