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Southeast face of Tyndall (2016-09-24). Photo by Cameron McNall.
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Mt. Williamson as seen from peak of Tyndall (2016-09-23). Photo by Cameron McNall.
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Chute of Mt. Williamson (2016-09-24). Photo by Cameron McNall.
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Summit of Mt. Williamson (2016-09-24). Photo by Cameron McNall.
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South face of Mt. Russell (2016-09-26). Photo by Cameron McNall.
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I am an architect, avid distance-swimmer and dedicated yogi living in Los Angeles. I usually do long solo hikes in the Sierra, and peak bagging is new to me. I started backpacking in Boy Scouts, solo-walked Hadrian's Wall when I was 15 and the Tour du Mont Blanc at 18. I have always carried a light pack but in recent years have adopted ultralight backpacking "UL" techniques with a pack base-weight that varies between 9 to 11 pounds. My trailname is Backstroke and my blog is http://www.trailnamebackstroke.com. I have completed most of the requirements to lead "I" rated Sierra Club outings.

 

Quick Top 10 Lists/Peaks

Most Complete Lists
List# Done% Complete
San Bernardino Nine Peak Challenge444.4
California 14,000-foot Peaks436.4
Sierra Peaks Section Emblem Peaks426.7
Martin Luther King's "I have a dream" Peaks112.5
Peaks with most Unsuccessful Attempts312
High Points of Counties Crossed by the Pacific Crest Trail511.1
California Peaks with 25 Miles of Isolation410.8
USA Lower 48 Range3 High Points29.5
California 13,500-foot Peaks59.3
5000 foot Prominence CoHPs - 48 States48.7
Highest Peaks Climbed
PeakElev-ftLocationAscent Date
Mount Whitney14498USA-CA2014-10-08
Mount Williamson14373USA-CA2016-09-24
Mount Langley14026USA-CA2016-10-09
Mount Tyndall14019USA-CA2016-09-23
Mount Goddard13568USA-CA2018-06-24
Mount Goddard-West Peak13560USA-CA2018-07-30
Coppermine Peak12345USA-CA2018-06-09
Matterhorn Peak12279USA-CA2017-07-13
San Gorgonio Mountain11499USA-CA2018-05-29
Peak 1146211462USA-CA2018-06-08
Most Prominent Peaks Climbed
PeakProm-ftLocationAscent Date
Mount Whitney10078USA-CA2014-10-08
Monte Cinto8878France2016-06-19
San Jacinto Peak8319USA-CA2018-06-01
San Gorgonio Mountain8294USA-CA2018-05-29
Mount San Antonio6224USA-CA2018-05-13
Clark Mountain4232USA-CA2016-05-01
Monte Renoso3901France2016-06-11
Monte d'Oro3156France2016-06-13
Monte Incudine2772France2016-06-09
Last Chance Mountain2376USA-CA2016-04-03
P-Index: 34    Link to Peak List sorted by prominence
I-Index: 11    Link to Peak List sorted by isolation
E-Index: 24    Link to Peak List sorted by elevation

     
    



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