Your peakery Annual Report documents your year in the mountains. It’s a comprehensive summary including all of your claimed peaks and summit logs from 2011.
To view your report, go to the Reports tab on your profile and click the link. Then we’ll send the report to your email address.
Top 5 new things on peakery
We’ve optimized peakery for larger screens with bigger photos and maps. Now browsing peaks is better than ever. We also added a slideshow for peak page photos to let you flip through photos faster.
2. Enhanced your profile
Your peakery profile is your home when not in the mountains. Your mountain shrine. Given its importance, we’ve been constantly improving it. Some notable changes:
- see all your claimed peaks in List, Map, and Photo views (click the Peaks claimed stat)
- a new photo page showing all photos you’ve added (click the Photos stat)
- see unique peaks claimed vs. total claims
- see your Most claimed peak
- Peak List filters to see All, Claimed, and Unclaimed peaks for each list
- see comments from summit logs in the Comments tab
- new Reports tab with your peakery 2011 Annual Report
3. Map of claimed vs. unclaimed
A simple yet powerful enhancement to the peakery Map view. Now when you go to Find Peaks and click the Map view, all of your claimed peaks will show up with green markers. Also at the bottom of the map you can now see photos of some of the peaks you’ve claimed.Use these new features to discover unclaimed peaks and easily get a sense of how thoroughly you’ve explored a region. Find out the closest unclaimed peak to your home… and then get out there and claim it!
4. Over 10,000 corrections
peakery aims to create the largest, most accurate collection of the world’s mountains. Thanks to the combined efforts of all peakery members, over 10,000 data fixes have been made since our last update.
With over 325,000 peaks on the site, we still need your help! If you see an error or missing piece of info, please click the ‘See an error? Report it here’ or the ‘help improve info’ links on any peak page. Also, if you want to add a missing peak, click the Add peak link in Find Peaks.
5. Now with 49 Peak Lists
Some of the new lists:
Other new stuff:
- Added this blog featuring the latest updates from base camp.
- Added prominence and alternate names fields for peaks. You can add this info to any peak that’s missing it.
- Revised ranking stats on Leaders page to be based on peaks claimed not total claims
- News: added All filter; summit claims now show excerpts of users’ trip reports.
- List view: shows multiple peak lists per peak; search improvements (accents etc.).
- Added some territories to the world directory
- Speedier search and faster database.
- An Easter egg on the homepage.