Auburn State Recreation Area Trails December 27, 2003

Eldorado Trail 2X and the Cosumnes River Preserve November 18-19, 2003

Yosemite Valley Fall November 11, 2003

CA 88 Fall Colors and Freel Peak 11X October 25, 2003

La Porte Road and Pilot Peak October 18, 2003

U.S. 395 Fall Colors and Sonora Peak 5X October 11, 2003

Colorado Fall Colors Road Trip September 27 to October 2, 2003

Needle Peak 4X and Granite Chief 6X September 14, 2003

Tryon Peak September 8, 2003

Pacific Valley Four Peak August 30, 2003

Haskell Peak 4X and Sierra Buttes 7X August 17, 2003

Mt. Tallac 12X and Ellis Peak 4X August 12, 2003

Donner Peak, Mt. Judah, and Phipps Peak 4X July 17-18, 2003

Raymond Peak 4X July 13, 2003

Round Top 16X June 22, 2003

Mt. Rose 10X and the Thomas Creek Trail June 18, 2003

Pacific Northwest Loop June 3-5, 2003

Ralston Peak 21X May 31, 2003

Mosquito Ridge Road Hikes May 26, 2003

Lake Clementine Trail May 18, 2003

Pilot Knob (south) May 10-11, 2003

Mt. Diablo State Park Three Peak April 19, 2003

Peter Grubb Hut and Carson Pass Ski Tours March 30-31, 2003

Point Lobos 2X March 21, 2003

Stevens Trail 15X March 9, 2003

Pyramid Lake and Mono Lake March 4-5, 2003

Fiske 8X March 1, 2003

San Francisco Urban Hike February 26, 2003

Cold Canyon and Blue Ridge Loop February 9, 2003

Mt. Wittenberg 3X and Mt. St. Helena 19X January 16-17, 2003

All text is written from these actual activities, and all photos and videos 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.