That WAS great fun and I hope we continue to do it twice yearly. Thanks much to all the activators, especially those who endured adverse weather.
I operated from the sun-soaked summit of W2/EH-001 with my 44ft doublet supported by a 33ft pole, with an excellent take-off toward EU. Noise level was incredibly low. A KX3 w ATU was feeding the doublet.
I ended up working 20 distinct EU summits and 12 NA summits. As predicted, 17M was definitely the "happening" band here. The tally of s2s qso's ended up as:
FWIW, I listened for every single spot until I pulled the plug at 1645Z. Regrets to Saku OH2NOS - I just had no copy. I think I heard DM7N well but he had too big a pileup going at the time and I never ran into him again.
I worked: CT1DBS, DL4ROB, EA2IF, EB2GKK, EA8/M0FMF, F5LKW, F5UKL, G0MFR, M1EYP, 2E0YYY, M0HCU, GW4AZS, GW0WPO, GW2HFR, MW0IDX, GW4OIG, HB9BCB, HB9AFI, HB9DQM, HB9FVF, HB9BIN, OE9HRV, S52FT, VE6IXD, W3CDW, N2GBR, W4PH, K2JB, KI4SVM, N6JZT, W6PNG, K6HPX, NJ7V, WA7JTM, AC0PR
About 6 miles (10km) of hiking with 1500ft of elevation gain to access the summit.
Thanks again & 73,