Do you? Do you get out? Do you get after it? Week in, week out... month after month, year after year, till it spans decades?
Just curious. No need to answer though!
I did get out, but most of my stuff was non-technical in case you don't consider that climbing. Most of getting out this year involved being with the kids, so most wasn't hard-core (although climbing 3rd-4th class or winter mountaineering with kids can be a different kind of hard core). I did get a few nice technical routes in though.
The trip log is below:
http://www.summitpost.org/custom-object ... p-log.html
Anyway, so far this year I've hiked or climbed on 131 days so far this year and have climbed 84 peaks this year to date. Fortunately, I haven't gone on vacation yet and leave next week where we'll be climbing several more peaks.
My record for a year is 101 peaks in a year (2005) and I hope I might break it this year, but don't think I'll quite make it since it's already December and I still have 17 to go. While on vacation if I can talk the family into climbing sun-up to sun-down every day, I may make it, but I think they are interested in doing other stuff as well.
Also, my seven year old son has climbed 57 mountains so far this year, some of them including 4th class peaks and winter ascents with -30F (-36C) windchills. 57 in one year is definately his record. Our five daughter set her record as well, but I haven't broke it out year by year yet.