The intent of this page is to provide a parent location for all of the many rank-based elevation lists (Top 100 lists, etc.) that are on summitpost or will appear on summitpost in the future.

This page will not be a collector page for state highpoints or country highpoints or any SP page that is not presented as a list ranking the peaks on the list. In addition, the geographic boundaries defining a list must be clearly defined if it is to be included here. For a list to be included, it must have a standard by which the ranking is established (e.g., a minimum prominence threshold).

This parent page is arranged like this:
A section for intrastate U.S. state elevation lists (e.g., Washington Top 100)
A section for interstate U.S. elevation lists (Contiguous U.S. 14'ers)
A section for non-U.S. intracountry elevation lists (i.e., lists for other countries).
A section for intercountry elevation lists (i.e., lists containing peaks from more than one country)

--Paul Klenke

Intrastate Elevation Lists (USA)

Interstate Elevation Lists (USA)

Non-U.S. Intracountry Elevation Lists (Britain, Canada, Vietnam, etc.)

Intercountry Elevation Lists (Europe, Asia, etc.)

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Sarah Simon

Sarah Simon - Mar 2, 2011 10:22 pm - Hasn't voted

Colorado 13ers


You may want to attach this list page to your elevations list hub: http://www.summitpost.org/colorado-13ers/185947

Safe climbing,



Klenke - Mar 3, 2011 9:32 pm - Hasn't voted

Re: Colorado 13ers

I guess I should decide once and for all whether to keep or delete the "Elevation Lists" page. It's too hard to define what exactly an elevation list page entails (what types of lists it should include). -Paul

Sarah Simon

Sarah Simon - Mar 2, 2011 10:24 pm - Hasn't voted

Colorado County Highpoints

Maybe this one is of interest, too: http://www.summitpost.org/colorado-county-highpoints/532245



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