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Climbers

There are eleven Climbers called Peter.

  • Peter Boardman

    Peter Boardman is a Climber... (extract from the wikipedia article on Peter Boardman)

  • Peter Aufschnaiter

    Peter Aufschnaiter is a Climber... ( from the wikipedia article on Peter Aufschnaiter)

  • Peter Habeler

    Peter Habeler (born July 22, 1942 Peter Habeler (1978). Der einsame Sieg: Mount Everest '78, Goldmann.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Peter Habeler)

  • Peter Lloyd (mountaineer)

    Peter Lloyd CBE (born 26 June 1907, Sheffield, England, died Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia, 11 April 2003), was a mountaineer and engineer, a President of the Alpine Club.... ( from the wikipedia article on Peter Lloyd (mountaineer))

  • Peter Hillary

    Peter Hillary (born 26 December 1954) is the son of the late adventurer Sir Edmund Hillary, one of the first two people to have made it to the top of Mount Everest.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Peter Hillary)

  • Henry Peter Karstens

    Henry Peter Karstens (1878 – November 28, 1955), known as Harry, was the first superintendent of Mount McKinley National Park (now known as Denali National Park), from 1921 to 1928. He was the guide and climbing leader of the first complete ascent of Mount McKinley in 1913, with expedition members Hudson Stuck, Walter Harper, and Robert Tatum.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Henry Peter Karstens)

  • Peter Kinloch

    Peter Alasdair Kinloch, (born 17 July 1981), is a Scottish mountaineer. Peter is known for his motivational speaking and his work aimed at raising awareness in the charity OCD Action.... ( from the wikipedia article on Peter Kinloch)

  • Peter Harding (climber)

    Peter Reginald James Harding (30 December 1924 – 24 October 2007) was a British rock climber who was prominent in the sport during the period following World War II.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Peter Harding (climber))

  • Peter Johnson (skier)

    Peter Johnson (born August 20, 1956, Truckee, California ) is a former World Mogul Skiing Champion, United States Technical Delegate for the International Ski Federation (FIS) and founder of the Pro Mogul Tour (World Pro Mogul Tour).... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Peter Johnson (skier))

  • Peter Svätojánsky

    Peter Svätojánsky (born January 12, 1977) is a Slovakian ski mountaineer and has been member of the SSA national squad since 1999.... ( from the wikipedia article on Peter Svätojánsky)

  • Peter Mulgrew

    Peter David Mulgrew (1927 – 28 November 1979) was a New Zealand mountaineer, yachtsman and businessman. He died in the ill-fated Air New Zealand Flight 901, an Antarctic sightseeing flight which crashed on Mount Erebus, killing all 257 on board.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Peter Mulgrew)

Peter

Gender: usually male

Meaning: A rock and A rock or stone

Origin: Greek and Biblical

Lucky Number: Six

Popularity: Position 31 in 1880, currently decreasing

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