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A list of people who have completed various other lists. Please let me know if any part of this is incomplete or if you have other information on dates or times to complete. I realize that there is some controversy around lists, such as which peaks are actually on the 11,000ers? Is Warren? Tusk? Maybe even Amery? I’m leaving that alone and going with the published list of 11,000ers for now.

The 11,000ers (54 and / or the 58 list)

  1. Don Forest – Finished in 1979 on Lunette Peak
  2. Rick Collier – Finished in 1994, and climbed the 4 extras later. First to finish self-propelled
  3. Bill Corbett – Finished in 2002 on Twins Tower
  4. Forbes MacDonald – Finished in 2003 on Mt. Alberta
  5. Roman Pachovsky – Finished in 2003 on Mt. Alberta (together with Forbes)
  6. Nancy Hansen – Finished in 2003 on Mt. Forbes. First female finisher. Second fastest time in 7.5 years
  7. Jason Thompson – Finished in 2005 on Mt. Alexandra, then finished the 4 extras in 2016 on Mt. Murchison.
  8. Colin Jones – Finished in 2007, and finished the 4 extras in 2017
  9. Andy Evans – Finished in 2010
  10. Robin Sandau – Finished in 2011
  11. Nathan Bernadet (58) – Finished in 2013 on Recondite Peak, then finished the extras in 2015. All solo and self-propelled after decommission of Sullivan FSR.
  12. Helen Sovdat (58) – Finished in 2018
  13. Dean Lister (58) – Finished in 2018 on Tusk Peak. Longest time span in 39 years.
  14. Robb Schnell (58) – Finished in 2018 on Tsar Mountain
  15. Mark Klassen – Finished in 2018 on Recondite Peak. First to guide all 11,000ers
  16. Ben Nearingburg – Finished in 2018 on Tsar Mountain, all self-propelled after decommission of Sullivan FSR. Fastest time in 5.5 years
  17. Steven Song (58) – Finished in 2020 on Lyell 4. Youngest finisher at 27 years old.
  18. Roy Stadlwieser (56) – Finished on Jul 22 2021.

The Rocky Mountains of Canada – South (586 peaks**!!)

  • Rick Collier (September 01 2010)

The 1st Edition (102 peaks) Kane List

  • Steve Tober​ (6 years)
  • Robert Pavesio (4 years)

The 2nd Edition (156 peaks) Kane List

  1. Alan Kane
  2. Roberto Pavesio
  3. Ken and Carol Agar (2004).
  4. Michael Depodesta (September 2004 – 4 years to complete)
  5. Ed Bourgaize (August 09 2005)
  6. Alda Sigvaldason (August 18 2006)
  7. Rick Collier (October 5, 2006)
  8. Sim Galloway (September 03, 2007)
  9. Kris Thorsteinsson  (September 15 2007)
  10. Tom Manasek
  11. Sonny Bou (August 06 2007 – 14 years to complete)
  12. Vern Dewit (September 03 2010 – 10 years to complete)
  13. Marta Wojnarowska (October 02 2010 – 7 years to complete)
  14. Raf Kazmierczak (July 27 2014)
  15. Demetri Galaxidas (September 01 2014)
  16. Dave Salahub (September 10 2017)
  17. Diane Casurella (July 28 2019)
  18. Bert Blankenstein (August 02 2020)
  19. Alan Keller (Sept 12 2020)

The 3rd Edition (175 peaks) Kane List

  1. Alan Kane (2015)
  2. Sim Galloway (2015)
  3. Mike Rogers (2019)
  4. Ken Agar (2019)
  5. Elizabeth Imhof (2019)
  6. Grant Meyers (August, 2020)
  7. Colin Jones (October, 2020)

The 1st Edition Nugara List

  1. Andrew Nugara
  2. Alda Sigvaldason (September 14 2009)
  3. Rick Collier (July 25 2011)

The 3rd Edition Nugara List

  1. Andrew Nugara
  2. Alda Sigvaldason (August 13 2021)
  3. Marta Wojnarowska (September 7 2021)

The Continental Divide South List (147 peaks)

  1. Rick Collier

** Actually there are two lists for this guide. The guide book that was published in 1973 has 572 peaks in it and was completed by Rick Collier on September 18 2005. The later (and most popular) version published in 1979 added 14 more peaks (pretty obscure ones) and more descriptions. Rick completed this list on September 01 2010.