Hiking, Canyoneering, and Mountain Biking - CO/UT
Posted by blueshade on Dec 19, 2009
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City or Place: CO/UT
Skill Level: Intermediate, Advanced
Categories: Biking, Hiking, Mountaineering, Rock Climbing, Other
Partner Status: Want Partners
I live in Grand Junction, CO, but play all over the place, especially in Utah.
I'm down for a wide range of activities, including peak bagging, canyoneering, climbing, mountain biking, road biking, paddling, and more.
I have an odd work schedule, so it can sometimes be hard to plan things.
10 days, 31 peaks (mostly 13ers, 2 14ers) in the San Juans (incl. Wham Ridge and Jagged)
3 of the 4 traverses (Crestone, Maroon, El Diente-Wilson)
Rainier, Baker, Hood, Shasta
Grand Teton - Owen-Spalding (and Exum in July 2013)
Capitol Peak - Knife Ridge
Pyramid, Sneffels, Uncompahgre, US Grant, Pilot Knob
Mt. Conness - North Ridge and North Peak
Whintey - Mountainers Route
Devils Tower (July 2013)
Wind River Range - Pingora and Wolfs Head (July 2013)
As of June 2013, I've done routes in Escalante, Robbers Roost, North Wash, San Rafael Swell, Zion, and Cedar Mesa, and Arizona and Death Valley.
Including canyons such as:
Lower PINTAC, Egypt 4, Big Tony, Poe/Cricket, Choprock, Pandoras Box, The Squeeze, Imlay, Psycho D, Alcatraz, East Baker, Chambers, Slideanide, Hogs 1-4, Neon and many more...
Very good downclimber and pothole escaper. Can climb and/or lead at 5.9/5.10. Very confident scrambler at C3-low C5 (and have soloed routes at 5.4-5.6, more due summer 2013).
Little Bear/Blanca Traverse!!!
Lone Eagle, Snowmass, Chicago Basin 14ers, 3rd Flatiron, and anything else that sounds interesting
SOS and/or Bishop
Capable company welcome
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