Index to Peak Lists on the Andes Website
Within the separate peak lists detailed below we have listed every major summit over 5000m in the Andes, a total of nearly 1000 mountains. There are also links thru to many information pages with brief details and a photo of over 250 of the mountains of the Andes. However if you want to get full details on how to go about climbing these peaks we're afraid you'll have to spend some money and buy our guidebook! most recently updated in 2020. It does contain over 350 pages of information and gives descriptions of how to climb over 300 peaks.
- We have a list of peaks on this website in alphabetical order
- NEW - Andean Seven Summits - Climb the Seven Summits while staying on one continent! - The highest peaks in the seven Andean nations.
- The 6000m peaks of the Andes The definitive list of the 6000m peaks in the Andes which was published in 'The Andes' by John Biggar - text only but with links to further information files and photos of the one hundred 6000m peaks.
- For 6000m peaks with between 200m and 400m prominence see our Subsidiary 6000m peaks page.
- 5000m peaks page 1 has peaks from 5780m to 5999m, numbers 101 to 200
- 5000m peaks page 2 has peaks from 5630m to 5780m, numbers 201-300
- 5000m peaks page 3 has peaks from 5500m to 5630m, numbers 301-395
- 5000m peaks page 4 has peaks from 5399m to 5498m high
- 5000m peaks page 5 has peaks from 5293m to 5398m high
- 5000m peaks page 6 has peaks from 5183m to 5291m high
- 5000m peaks page 7 has peaks from 5075m to 5183m high
- 5000m peaks page 8 has peaks from 5000m to 5075m high
- For the 5800m-5999m peaks with over 200m prominence see our Subsidiary 5800m peaks page
- For the 5000m-5799m peaks with between 300m and 400m prominence see our Subsidiary 5000m peaks page.
- The peaks of the Patagonian Andes The definitive list of the high peaks in the Patagonian Andes is now being revised - text only but with links to photos and further information on many of the peaks.
The photo above is of Edward Earl who lived in Washington state, USA. I never met him but we corresponded for the last few years of his life by email, trying to sort out some of the heights of Andean peaks. Sadly Edward died in an accident whilst crossing a river in Alaska in June 2015. He was a great help to me in putting together more accurate peak lists for the Andes. The results of this collaboration were a big help to the 4th and 5th editions of my Andes Guidebook and some of Edwards work can also be seen in the many pages on this part of the website.