198 Peak Lists from around the world

Take on the age-old challenge of summiting every peak on a Peak List, a collection of mountains usually defined by criteria such as elevation, prominence, and region. Tackling any of the 198 Peak Lists on peakery is a unique, multi-chapter adventure that will test your mettle and expose you to a full gamut of conditions and difficulties. Always use caution when pursuing any of these lists; some have yet to be completed by anyone!

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Asia

Indonesia peak lists

Japan peak lists

  • Japan 100 Famous Mountains 100 peaks • 68 pursuers

    The most well-known peak challenge in Japan, published by Kyūya Fukada in the 1964 book Nihon Hyakumeizan. Selection based on 3 subjective criteria: grace, history, and individuality.

  • Japan 200 Famous Mountains 100 peaks • 9 pursuers

    When you've climbed Japan's 100 Famous Mountains, what's next? Japan's 200 Famous Mountains (Nihyakumeizan) of course! Includes 200 peaks (the original 100 plus 100 more) selected based on grace, history, and individuality. Note peakery only includes the 2nd set of 100 peaks here. Created in 1984 by the Fukada Club, a fan club for Kyūya Fukada. Thanks to peakery member Yoshihito Niimura for help with this challenge.

  • Japan 300 Famous Mountains 58 peaks • 5 pursuers

    [work in progress] An even bigger challenge in Japan's mountains for the truly obsessed, Japan's 300 Famous Mountains (日本三百名山 or Nihon Sanbyaku-meizan) includes 300 peaks (the original 100 Famous plus 200 more). Note peakery only includes the 3rd set of 100 peaks here. Also note it includes 101 mountains because Warusawa-dake is included in the Japan 200 Mountains but not in 300 Mountains (just to make it more confusing!). Created by the Japanese Alpine Club (日本山岳会) in 1978 as an extension of the Japan 100 Famous Mountains challenge. Thanks to peakery member Yoshihito Niimura for help with this challenge.

  • Japan 3000m Peaks Challenge 18 peaks • 58 pursuers

    Explore the highest peaks of Japan! Includes all peaks at least 3000 m high with at least 100 m prominence.

Nepal peak lists

China peak lists

Philippines peak lists

Europe

United Kingdom peak lists

  • Scottish 4000 Footers 9 peaks • 65 pursuers • 1 finisher

    All peaks in Scotland at least 4000 ft high with at least 100 ft prominence. The very tip of the Munro iceberg, this challenge is the gateway drug to years of Munro adventures. The Scottish 4000 footers lie in 2 compact regions, one near Fort William and the other in Cairngorms National Park. A hiking/hill-running challenge, not involving mountains in permanent snow. Challenge created and maintained by peakery member Mark Trengove.

  • Scottish 1000m Peaks Challenge 130 peaks • 77 pursuers

    Climb the highest peaks in Scotland! Includes all Scottish mountains at least 1000 m high with at least 100m prominence. Also known as ‘The Archies’ after The Archie Foundation, a Scottish charity supporting sick children in the Highlands and Islands. In aid of this charity in 2015, the first continuous round of these hills was undertaken as a hill-running challenge. This is a hiking/hill-running challenge, not involving mountains in permanent snow. Created and maintained by peakery member Mark Trengove, see more here: https://sites.google.com/site/europeaklist/Home/united-kingdom/scotland

  • Scottish Munros 282 peaks • 79 pursuers

    The challenge that started it all. Includes mountains in Scotland at least 3,000 ft / 914.4 m high that satisfy the subjective measure of being "separate" mountains. Possibly the oldest peak challenge in existence, it was originally compiled by Sir Hugh Munro in 1891 and since then has occasionally been modified by the Scottish Mountaineering Club (SMC). Height and prominence values taken from the latest data in the Database of British Hills (http://www.hills-database.co.uk/). Special thanks to peakery member Mark Trengove for help with this challenge.

  • Scottish Corbetts 215 peaks • 13 pursuers

    Includes peaks in Scotland between 2,500 and 3,000 ft high with at least 500 ft prominence. Originally compiled in the 1920s by John Rooke Corbett.

  • Scottish Donalds 89 peaks • 7 pursuers

    Includes all hills in Scotland south of the Highland Fault Line at least 2,000 ft high and satisfying a complicated and esoteric formula (see at http://www.smc.org.uk/Hillwalking/HillKeyFacts.php). A hill-walking challenge not involving hills in permanent snow. Originally created in 1935 by Percy Donald and maintained by the Scottish Mountaineering Club (SMC). Maintained on peakery by member Mark Trengove.

  • Scottish Grahams 224 peaks • 7 pursuers

    Includes the hills of Scotland between 2,000 and 2,499 ft high with at least 150 m prominence. Created and maintained by Alan Dawson and named after Fiona Torbet (née Graham) who had created a similar challenge around the same time.

  • English 3000ers 6 peaks • 39 pursuers • 3 finishers

    The 6 peaks in England that are at least 3,000 ft high with at least 30 m of prominence. All lie in the English Lake District in Cumbria. A sister peak challenge to the Welsh 3000ers. Thanks to peakery member Mark Trengove for help with this challenge.

  • English Marilyns 178 peaks • 57 pursuers

    Includes all peaks and hilltops with at least 150 m prominence in England. Now with 178 peaks, this peak challenge has been updated over the years since created by Alan Dawson in his 1992 book "The Relative Hills of Britain".

  • Welsh 3000ers 15 peaks • 55 pursuers • 3 finishers

    The 15 peaks in Wales at least 3000 ft (914 m) high with at least 30 m prominence. They lie within three compact ranges that are close enough to reach all 15 summits within 24 hours, a challenge known as the Welsh 3000ers Challenge.

  • Welsh Marilyns 158 peaks • 73 pursuers • 1 finisher

    Includes all mountains and hills with at least 150 m prominence in Wales. Now with 158 peaks, this peak challenge has been updated over the years since created by Alan Dawson in his 1992 book "The Relative Hills of Britain". Thanks to peakery member Mark Trengove for maintaining on peakery.

  • High Hills of Northern Ireland Challenge 32 peaks • 10 pursuers

    Climb the highest hills in Northern Ireland! Includes all peaks at least 500 m high with at least 100 m prominence in Northern Ireland. All hills are easily accessible from Belfast. A hiking/hill-running challenge, not involving mountains in permanent snow. Created and maintained by peakery member Mark Trengove. See more at https://sites.google.com/site/europeaklist/Home/united-kingdom/northern-ireland

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Spain peak lists

Slovenia peak lists

Faroe Islands peak lists

  • Faroe Islands P400 Challenge 32 peaks • 1 pursuer

    Enjoy stunning sea views from the summits of the most prominent peaks of the dramatic Faroe Islands. Includes the 32 peaks in the Faroe Islands with at least 400 m prominence. A tough hiking/winter ski-touring/rock climbing challenge on peaks not in permanent snow. Created by peakery member Mark Trengove from data compiled by Andy Tomkins.

France peak lists

Greece peak lists

Ireland peak lists

Isle of Man peak lists

Italy peak lists

Netherlands peak lists

Oceania

New Zealand peak lists

Australia peak lists

South America

Argentina peak lists

Bolivia peak lists

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