The 2006 count is in, and according to the Colorado Mountain Club 1212 people have now officially climbed all 54 of Colorado's peaks over 14,000 feet tall (the 14ers).
Many took decades to do it.
The most common last peak was Culebra, which lies on private land and has only recently been opened (for a fee) to the public again.
After the 14ers, the list gets much smaller.
Only 152 people have climbed the highest 100 peaks.
52 have climbed the highest 200.
17 have climbed the highest 400.
and 14 have climbed all the peaks above 13,000 feet. There are more than 600.