Progress Reports

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Record Your Peaks

Record your peaks by submitting the Progress Form each time you hike. Your submissions and those of other hikers are displayed in the progress reports above. Please be patient, as it may take up to an hour for your submission to be processed.

Pick a Nickname

Are you having trouble settling on that perfect nickname? Don't worry, because you can change it at any time. In fact, many of us have been changing our nicknames with the start of each new season. It's all part of the fun!

Track Your Progress

You'll be able to track your progress towards the Single Season 35'R, the Catskill High Peaks - 4 Seasons and the Catskill 420 Grid milestones. There's even a special "33 plus 4" report for aspirants.

Easy Milestone Completion Process

When you've reached a milestone and would like to be recognized and receive a patch, email us. Let us know your mailing address, how many patches you'd like, and your final peak.

Bulk Upload Assistance

If you've been recording your peaks in a spreadsheet and would like assistance in uploading your peaks and dates, email us and we'll help you through the process.

Other Ways to Keep Your Tally

It all starts with the Catskill 3500 Club Tally Sheet. All aspirants need to submit a completed Tally Sheet to become members of the Catskill 3500 Club. Make sure to include lots of detail on your Tally Sheet as this allows the Membership Chairman to craft a personalized member letter for you. You will use this tally sheet for your Winter 35'R application as well.

Our Catskill High Peaks 4 Seasons Sheet is useful if you are pursuing advanced Catskill peak bagging and like working with a paper format. It features a Hikers Anonymous™ innovation — the color-coded, proximity based peak arrangement. You'll find this really convenient as you start to plan and complete longer, multiple peak hikes. When you're pursuing a Single Season Triangle, having a strategy for completing each color-coded section is a key ingredient in reaching your milestone successfully and this arrangement helps you do this. The four column format is specifically geared toward the pursuit of the Catskill High Peaks - 4 Seasons Milestone, but you can use it for other pursuits as well.

The Hikers Anonymous™ Tally Card is the smallest tally sheet of them all. You can use it to record your peaks out in the field. It's the size of a business card and it fits conveniently inside your phone case, wallet or in your car's window visor.

Ha! Tally Cards

Having trouble? Email us and we'll try to assist you through the process.