Bob Burd's California Travels

Last Updated: Sat Feb 6 16:47:15 2016

While I still favor the Sierra Nevada, I can no longer claim to only stray now and then. I'm running out of the higher peaks in the Sierra, so I end up rambling about other parts of California as well as nearby states. If you're interested in a particular peak, they are listed in chronological order below, but not all peak names appear if you try to do a search. There is an alphabetized list below that has all of the peaks listed, just select the letter of interest. Almost all of my hiking/scrambling/climbing involves dayhikes of varying durations, some more than 20hrs in length. This is all part of a somewhat haphazard effort to show that any peak in California can be dayhiked given enough determination. That, and I happen to like hiking - a lot. :-)
Latest Comment: 02/02/16 15:56:05 - #1086 (#1085)
Wow, Gordon MacLeod is still hiking peaks in 2011 at age 87... Bob, do you know the meaning of Gordon's solid circle, and Barbara Lilley's hollow circle in all the registers?
Gordon's habit is to draw a solid circle before the names of each member of a party. He often signed in for other members. Barbara usually signed her own name - I think her circles are just her quick version of Gordon's more careful fill.

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Sierra Challenges: 2001 - '02 - '03 - '04 - '05 - '06 - '07 - '08 - '09 - '10 - '11 - '12 - '13 - '14 - '15
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A - B - C - D - E - F - G - H - I - J - K - L - M - N - O - P - Q - R - S - T - U - V - W - Y - Z Search for a peak by county: CA - NV - AZ - OR - WA - UT - CO - HI or by prominence: CA or by range: CA

 
2005 Sierra Peaks (39)
  • 11/12 
  • Moses - Peak 10,113ft - North Maggie
  • 11/11 
  • Homers Nose
  • 10/10 
  • Recess Peak - Volcanic Knob
  • 10/9 
  • Silver - Sharktooth - Cockscomb
  • 10/8 
  • Seven Gables
  • 10/7 
  • Mt. Izaak Walton
  • 9/11 
  • Mt. Goddard
  • 9/9 
  • Hooper Peak
  • 8/14 
  • Junction Peak - Diamond Mesa
  • 8/13 
  • Kearsarge Pinnacles
  • 8/12 
  • Balcony - Disappointment - Middle Palisade
  • 8/11 
  • Temple Crag
  • 8/10 
  • Isosceles Peak - Columbine Peak
  • 8/9 
  • Clyde Spires East - Clyde Spires West - Crumbly Spire
  • 8/8 
  • Mt. Mendel
  • 8/7 
  • Mt. Emerson
  • 8/6 
  • Merriam Peak - Royce Peak
  • 8/5 
  • Mt. Hilgard - Pip-squeak Spire
  • 8/4 
  • Mt. Hoffmann - Tuolumne Peak
  • 8/3 
  • Gray Peak
  • 7/7 
  • Huntington - Peak 12,226ft - Crocker
  • 7/5 
  • Crystal Crag
  • 7/3 
  • Herlihy Peak - Pyramid Peak
  • 6/19 
  • Bald Eagle - Piute Lookout - Sorrell
  • 6/18 
  • Angora - Coyote West - 2 others
  • 6/17 
  • Rockhouse Peak - Taylor Dome
  • 5/15 
  • Diamond Peak
  • 5/14 
  • Mt. Dade - Pip-squeak Spire
  • 5/13 
  • Red Lake - Stevens - 2 others
  • 4/18 
  • Upper Pinnacle
  • 4/17 
  • Diving Board
  • 4/16 
  • Cathedral Rocks
  • 4/15 
  • Sierra Point - Grizzly - Broderick
  • 2/27 
  • Skinner Peak - Pinyon Peak
  • 2/26 
  • Bohna Peak - Sunday Peak
  • 2/25 
  • Pilot Knob - Mayan Peak
  • 1/16 
  • Tehachapi - Double - Black
  • 1/15 
  • Chuckwalla - Cross - Butterbredt
  • 1/14 
  • Russell - Deception - 2 others