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Summits per year

This graph shows the number of summits I reached each year, within categories of 1000 meters: 2000 means all summits within 2000 to 2999 meters, etc...
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So, especially out of the very big ones I can offer:
8850 Mount Everest
8201 Cho Oyu
7495 Peak Communism
7134 Peak Lenin
7105 Peak Korzhenevskaja
7010 Khan Tengri
6960 Aconcagua
6893 Ojos del Salado
6460 Illimani
6342 Parinacota
6293 Pyramide (Gyama Peaks)
6214 Dzo Jongo East
6210 Borodkin buttress summit
6195 Denali
6148 Peak Razdelnaja
6116 Regoni Mallai Ri
6100 P.6100 Gyama Peaks
6095 Peak Chapaeva North (3x)
6088 Huayna Potosí
6080 Yalung Nong South
6063 Yalung Nong North
6046 Volcán Acamarachi (Pili)
... 21 five thousand meter peaks, and quite a lot of smaller ones...
On the other hand, with increasing year the color moves from yellow/orange towards the greenish colors. There's just not so much time left to drive long distances for a weekend at a 4000 m peak. Even more, things changed the last year(s): Our focus must be on mountains that can be visited with a small child, and most of these mountains are not very high.
Short note for our American friends: I am not willing to translate these data into uncivilized units like feet, yards, miles or whatever. Knowing that one foot equals 0.3048 meters should enable you to scale things for your needs, but I still have some hope that even the U.S. would convert to metric units. Maybe after the tenth spacecraft stupidly lost somewhere...
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