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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 Peaks320
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
Most Ascended Peaks510
USA Lower 48 Range3 High Points29.5
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
Coppermine Peak12345USA-CA2018-06-09
Matterhorn Peak12279USA-CA2017-07-13
San Gorgonio Mountain11499USA-CA2018-05-29
Peak 1146211462USA-CA2018-06-08
San Gorgonio Mountain-Northwest Slope11400USA-CA2018-05-29
Jepson Peak11205USA-CA2018-05-29
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: 33    Link to Peak List sorted by prominence
I-Index: 11    Link to Peak List sorted by isolation

     
    



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