Hiking

Check out Peakery for all of the peaks I have climbed.

Ogul Peaks of Lake Tahoe, California/Nevada (there are 63 Ogul Peaks): 

  1. Granite Chief (9,006′) June 30, 2018
  2. Needle Peak (8,971′) June 30, 2018
  3. Lyon Peak (8,891′) June 30, 2018
  4. Pyramid Peak (9,983′) July 4, 2018
  5. Round Top Peak (10,380′) July 28, 2018
  6. Freel Peak (10,886′) September 2, 2018
  7. Mount Tallac (9,738′) September 23, 2018
  8. Castle Peak (9,103′) November 10, 2018
  9. Basin Peak (9,019′) November 10, 2018
  10. Mount Rose (10,776′) November 17, 2018; trail running/hiking
  11. Ralston Peak (9,235′) April 27, 2019; snowshoeing

Other Peaks Around Lake Tahoe, California/Nevada: 

  1. Martis Peak (8,746′) April 28, 2018 – my first peak ever
  2. Elephants Back (9,585′) March 16, 2019; snowshoeing
  3. Mount Baldy (Nevada) (9,272′) April 20, 2019; snowshoeing

14ers:

  1. Mount Langley (14,026′); x2 Sequoia NP/Inyo National Forest, California
  2. Mount Whitney (14,505′); X3; Sequoia NP/Inyo National Forest, California

Peaks in Southern California 

  1. Ryan Mountain (5,456′)
  2. Mount San Antonio (Mount Baldy) (10,064′); x5
  3. West Baldy (9,988′)
  4. San Bernardino Mountain (10,649′); x3
  5. Mount Wilson (5,712′)
  6. San Jacinto Peak (10,834′); x5
  7. Cucamonga Peak (8,859′); x2
  8. San Gorgonio Mountain (11,503′); x5
  9. Tahquitz Peak (8,846′); x2
  10. Mount Baden-Powell (9,399′); x2
  11. Mount Lee (the Hollywood Sign) (1,690′)
  12. Murray Hill (2,201′); x2
  13. Cahuilla Peak (1,522′); x2
  14. Timber Mountain (8,303′); x2
  15. Thunder Mountain (8,587′)
  16. Telegraph Peak (8,985′)
  17. Ontario Peak (8,693′)
  18. Mount Islip (8,250′)
  19. Mount Burnham (8,997′)
  20. Mount Hawkins (8,850′)
  21. Jepson Peak (11,205’)
  22. Little Charlton Peak (10,696’)
  23. Charlton Peak (10,806’)
  24. Alto Diablo Peak (10,563’)
  25. Shields Peak (10,680’)
  26. Anderson Peak (10,840’)
  27. San Bernardino East Peak (10,691’)
  28. Sugarloaf Mountain (9,952′)

Other peaks: 

  1. North Chalone Peak (3,304′); May 20, 2018; Pinnacles National Park, California
  2. South Chalone Peak (3,269′); May 20, 2018; Pinnacles National Park, California
  3. Hill 88 (960′); June 23, 2018; Marin Headlands, Golden Gate National Recreation Area, California
  4. Cinder Cone (6,907′); August 17, 2018; Lassen National Park, California
  5. Prospect Peak (8,338′); August 18, 2018; Lassen National Park, California
  6. Lassen Peak (10,462′); August 19, 2018; Lassen National Park, California
  7. The Watchman (8,013′); October 23, 2018; Crater Lake National Park, Oregon
  8. Half Dome (8,839′); August 10, 2019; Yosemite National Park, California

U.S. Highpoints:

  1. Tennessee: Clingmans Dome (6,643′), July 2016
  2. California: Mount Whitney (14,505′), October 2019

Backpacking trips: 

  • Butterfield Trail, Arkansas (~15 miles) overnight trip in October 2015
  • LBJ National Grasslands, Texas (~15 miles) overnight trip in March 2016
  • Butterfield Trail, Arkansas (~15 miles) overnight trip in March 2017
  • Lost Coast Trail, California (~29 miles) 2-night trip in July 2018
  • Cucamonga Peak, California (21 miles) overnight trip, May 23-24, 2020
  • 9 Peaks Traverse, San Gorgonio Wilderness, California (28 miles 8,271 feet of elevation gain); up Vivian Creek Trail and down Momyer Trail, overnight trip, June 27-28, 2020
  • Mount Langley, California (28 miles 5,640 feet of elevation gain); up New Army Pass, summited, camped at Soldier Lake, Siberian Pass to the PCT and back to Horseshoe Meadow, overnight trip, July 3-4, 2020
  • Mount Whitney, California; camped at Trail Camp, July 25-26, 2020

Camping Trips:

  • Pinnacles National Park; hiked nearly all of the park (May 18-20, 2018)
  • Lassen Volcanic National Park; hiked the Cinder Cone (6,907′), Prospect Peak (8,338′), and Lassen Peak (10,462′); (August 17-19, 2018)
  • Samuel P. Taylor State Park/Point Reyes National Seashore; hiked Tomales Point Trail, the Golden Gate Bridge, and visited Alcatraz Island (March 13-15, 2019)

National Parks Visited:

  1. Yellowstone National Park (2009, 2017)
  2. Grand Teton National Park (2009, 2017)
  3. Great Smoky Mountains National Park (2016)
  4. Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve (2017)
  5. Olympic National Park (2017)
  6. Glacier National Park (2017)
  7. National Mall and Memorial Parks (District of Columbia) (2017)
  8. Pinnacles National Park (2018)
  9. Channel Islands National Park (2018)
  10. Rocky Mountain National Park (2018)
  11. Lassen Volcanic National Park (2018)
  12. Redwoods National and State Parks (2018)
  13. Crater Lake National Park (2018)
  14. Point Reyes National Seashore (2019)
  15. Golden Gate National Recreation Area – Alcatraz Island and GGB (2019)
  16. Joshua Tree National Park (2019, 2020)
  17. Yosemite National Park (2019)
  18. Sequoia National Park (2018, 2019, 2020)