Welcome to the complete table of summits in High Asia over 5,800 metres high and separated by 950 metres of re-ascent.

The table is the work of Eberhard Jurgalski and Jonathan de Ferranti, with assistance from Arian Smit, Josef Hála and Janne Corax. It is in Excel format.

The most recent update was posted on 14 June 2015 following new information about Hagshu in the Indian Himalaya.

The contents of this table are copyright ©2008 by Eberhard Jurgalski and Jonathan de Ferranti, and may not be reprinted without express written consent.

The table covers High Asia only. Andean summits can be found on John Biggar's Andes site. The only summits over 5,800m/950m in other locations are:
6,194m Denali, in Alaska
5,959m Mount Logan, in North West Canada
5,895m Kilimanjaro, in Africa

The columns are as follows:-
C: Height ASL
D: Relative Height (Prominence)
E,F: Latitude and Longitude
G: Prominence saddle
H: Whether or not the summit been climbed (y/n)

Go to Table