Climbing and Hiking in the Mountains
|I've been climbing in the Wasington State Cascade mountains
since 1992. My main joy is long, remote wilderness trips and long, moderate
class, that is) rock routes. I've made a few excursions to other mountain
ranges. I've written a few stories about my climbs. I'm also good with
and routes and have written up route descriptions of most climbs that I've
Journals of trips I've done, text and photos formatted
Roost: A nine-day hike through remote canyons in Utah, March 1997.
- Sierra climbing
and traverse: Alpine climbing in the Palisades and a backcountry traverse
of the Yosemite high country, September 1998.
Another nine-day hike through remote canyons in Utah, March 1998.
- Glaier Peak Traverse:
A traverse of Glacier Peak and the Dakobad Range with photos, August 1999.
- Clark Mountain Extravaganza:
A four-day trip including a climb of Clark Mountain and a visit to the Napequa
Valley, July 2000.
- Sequoia and
Kings Canyon traverse: A long alpine traverse along the High Divide,
again: A ten-day hike east of the Escalante, March 2001
- Mono Recess,
Sierras: Eight days exploring the valleys and ridges around the Mono
Recess, October 2001.
- Evolution Region:
Eight days in the Evolution region of Kings Canyon National Park, October
- Northern Yosemite,
Sierras: Eight days
rambling the sub-alpine region along the northern border of Yosemite Park,
- Fall 2006: A September trip in the Beartooth mountains and an October trip in the Sierra, 2006.
- Emigrant Wilderness: 7 days rambling in the sub-alpine region of the Emigrant Wilderness, September 2008.
Information about routes that I've done:
- Route descriptions for climbs
that I've done, mainly in the northwest. Good if you are looking for reference
for a climb that you are planning to do.
- Trip reports and stories: climbing
and sailing. Longer, all text.
There are many pictures of climbing trips in my
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Jul 09 08:17 2010