Manly Peak May 7, 1995

Hayford Peak, Mt. Stirling September 23-24, 1995

Grapevine Peak, Mt. Palmer January 13-14, 1996

Eagle Mountain #2, Brown Mountain, Smith Mountain February 17-19, 1996

Sombrero Peak February 24, 1996

Old Dad Mountain November 2, 1996

Stewart Point, Eagle Mountain #2, December 7-8, 1996

Stepladder Mountain, Chemehuevi Peak January 11-12, 1997

Whipple Mountain, Turtle Mountain, Granite Mountain #2 January 18-20, 1997

Tucki Mountain, Canyon Point February 15-16, 1997

McCullough Mountain, Spirit Mountain February 22-23, 1997

Piper Peak, Magruder Mountain June 14-15, 1997

Queen Mountain, Lost Horse Mountain, Eagle Mountain #1 October 24-25, 1997

Old Woman Mountain 2X, Granite Mountain #1 January 29 to February 3, 1998

Private Trip to "Lost Thing Mountain" and a Las Vegas Visit March 26-31, 1998

Private Trip to Sherman Peak, Moho Mountain May 23-24, 1998

Pleasant Point 3X October 17, 1998

Death Valley Buttes, Coffin Peak, Nopah, and Avawatz Mountain March 12-14, 1999

Bodie Mountain, Potato Peak June 5, 1999

Bridge Mountain, Clark Mountain 4X May 5-6, 2001

New York Butte 2X, Pleasant Point 4X September 15, 2001

Muddy Peak, Muddy Mountains Highpoint February 23, 2002

Mitchell Peak 2X, Edgar Peak 2X November 2, 2002

Rosa Point 2X, Indianhead 2X February 26-27, 2005

Pahrump Point 2X, Stewart Point 3X October 29-30, 2005

All text is written from these actual activities, and all photos are taken on the actual activity, unless otherwise stated. Some simplification is necessary for the purposes of readability. Due to the time of authorship, some phrases may be written in the present tense. All references are accurate as to the stated time and date of the activity.

DISCLAIMER: In most cases, you should be a well-equipped and highly experienced hiker, climber, or wilderness skier to undertake, duplicate, or repeat these activities. Hazards and great danger, with potential loss, injury, and even death, are implicit in all wilderness travel, and also other forms of travel. Search, rescue and evacuation costs are generally the sole responsibility of the recipient.

My archival page, for older trip reports with photos, is currently under construction.