I don't look at the checklists as an accomplishment boast, I think its nice to see what peaks are done in what circumstances because it can help with planning. If anything, we should have a summary of the icons similar to the overall statistics - what are the most popular winter? ski? night? etc. Right now the overall summary stats say Longs is the most favorited, Grays the most climbed first and overall, but what is the most climbed in winter, or the most skied? I don't know, maybe that stuff wouldn't be that useful, just because a peak is climbed a lot in winter doesn't mean its the safest winter peak, but how useful is knowing what peak is the most "first climbed" either? According to LOJ's grid presentation, January is the 4th most popular month to climb Quandary after June, July and August. More people climb it in winter months combined that do so in fall months combined. I guess I just find that sort of stuff interesting, and think it would be cool to see more of.
I guess all I am trying to say is that stats are just fun for peak nerds like me to waste our time looking at
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