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TRIP LOGS:

See the 2020 Trip Log for details on what we've been up to so far this year.

See the 2019 Trip Log for 2019

See the 2018 Trip Log for 2018.

See the 2017 Trip Log for 2017.

See the 2016 Trip Log for 2016.

See the 2015 Trip Log for 2015.

See the 2014 Trip Log for 2014.

See the 2013 Trip Log for 2013.

See the 2012 Trip Log for 2012.

See the 2011 Trip Log for 2011.

See the 2010 Trip Log for 2010.

See the 2009 Trip Log for 2009.

See also the 2008 Trip Log for 2008.

WISH LIST:

See the 2020 Wish List for the mountains, rocks, slot canyons, hikes, and rivers I hope to accomplish in 2020.  Partners are alwasy welcome.

See the Wish List-Mountains and Rocks for summit climbs I hope to accomplish.

See the Wish List-Slot Canyons for canyoneering routes I hope to accomplish.

See the Wish List-Non-Summit Crags and Climbs for other climbs that I hope to accomplish.

See the Wish List-Hikes (Mostly Long Distance) for hikes I hope to accomplish.

See the Wish List-Other Destinations for other places I hope to visit.

APPROXIMATES:


TYPENUMBER FIRSTLAST
Summits Climbed (includes all repeats)2540Grandeur Peak (Utah): June 14 1980Oil Spring Mountain (Colorado): October 13 2020
Summits Climbed (not including repeats)1187Grandeur Peak (Utah): June 14 1980Oil Spring Mountain (Colorado): October 13 2020
Winter Ascents309Mt. Olympus (Utah): December 26 1989Bald Knob (Colorado): March 1 2020
Technical Canyons274Subway [bottom up all the way to Russell Gulch] (Utah): September 5 1987Ribbon Canyon (Colorado) October 11 2020
Rock Towers/Technical Buttes52Balanced Rock Tower (Utah): October 14 19954509 (Utah): October 27 2019
Overseas Summits 175Popocatépetl (Mexico): December 18 1992Agadir Oufella
(Morocco):  January 6 2020


COUNTRIES VISITED, THE MAJORITY OF WHICH I HAVE CLIMBED PEAKS IN:


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PHILOSOPHY:

Yes; I've climbed a lot of mountains, but my wife and kids are still my greatest accomplishment. They will always be #1 in my life.

MY THOUGHTS:


Most of the time, the "Classics" are classics only because they are well known and easy to get to. For every classic peak or route, there is one just as good, that sees far fewer visitors. Some of the "less known classics" (there are many, many more):


Some Utah "Less Known Classics":


Reids Peak

Gem Canyon 1

Gem Canyon 2

The Cathedral

Clearwater Canyon

Adobe Mesa

Priord Peak

Blue Mountain

Split Mountain-South

Split Mountain

Henrys Fork Peak

Elephant Butte


Some Colorado "Less Known Classics":


Lone Cone

Buckwater Draw

Buckwater Draw-South

Eagles Nest

Cross Mountain

Outlaw Peak

Outlaw Arch Canyon

Sand Mountain


NOTE:


I do not mind answering questions or giving advice as to any of the mountains I have climbed, so if you are looking for more information, feel free to email me. Also, I do not mind helping new members with their pages. I am not an expert, but if you need any help with your pages, I will be happy to do so.
Partner Details: I'm always looking for partners for adventures. Feel free to PM or email me any time.

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