Fletch wrote:What are the most climbed mountains in the world (over 15,000 feet)?
Bruno_Tibet wrote:Over 15,000 feet? Do you mean mountains climbed by more than 7,500 persons? And how do you account for one-legged people?
nartreb wrote:Got a prominence criterion? Otherwise it's some nameless bump on the main street of La Rinoconada, Peru (5100 meters), which some large fraction of the town's 30,000 people pass over daily, or something similar in a larger, lower city - I can't find population figures for Wenzhuan, Tibet (5,019m) but I'm guessing it's larger than 30,000.
lowlands wrote:As soon as I saw the title, I thought Mt. Fuji.
Pico Espejo, Venezuela.
I mean in terms of mountains over 15,000 feet with the highest number of ascents it has to be up there.
Having climbed Mt. Fuji I'm sure that would be correct
I was told that Mt Fuji is number one and Mt Hood in Oregon is number two most climbed mountain in the world.
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