This Hundred Peaks Section summit has alluded me all these years. A new HPS peak, a new complete and a new unique – the SOTA trifecta!
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The rebuilt fire lookout and the waning three-quarter moon 23 APRIL 2022 W6/CT-021 Blog post to follow. Stay tuned
The first activation after the area is opened following the closure caused by the devastating Bobcat Fire.
Josephine Peak x2
Metamorphic rock from the Mesozoic. This exposed batholith near the summit of Josephine is Mendenhall gniess with anorthosite dikes. 27 MARCH 2022 W6/CT-25 I initially planned on activating Throop Peak and headed out of Topanga at about 4am. It was pretty foggy in the San Fernando Valley and as I turned to go up HighwayContinue reading “Josephine Peak x2”
I return to Table Mountain after getting kicked off the summit last time.
Mount Lowe, Mount Markham and San Gabriel Peak 27 NOVEMBER 2021 W6/CT-098 I love heading out my driveway in the predawn hours off to another summit adventure. This Saturday morning it was 62ºF in my driveway and by the time I was only a few miles into the deepest part of Topanga Canyon it wasContinue reading “Occidental Peak”
San Gabriel Peak
A fruitful activation with 30 contacts and a bonus: I go to meet Mountain Goat David N6AN on the way down!
Brian WA6JFK and I have a big day on Pacifico Mountain.
In preparation for our second leg of The John Muir Trail next week, I pick a strenuous hike.
Mount Gleason and Summit 6,020′
Back in the LA Basin after our first stint on the John Muir Trail in the Sierra Nevada, I activate two summits on a hot morning to stay in shape.