2011 Climbing Log

I figured this could be a nice way to keep track of what I climbed, when, with whom, and in what style. I'm also noting any noteworthy training. Making it public can make it easier for friends and prospective partners to see at what level I'm currently climbing and the type of climbing I'm doing.

Ratings & grades are those encountered on the route but may not be the official rating.



Table of Contents




January

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January 1 - Lee Vining Canyon - Ice Climbing - with Vitaliy Musiyenko
  • RT Approach Stats:1.6 mi +828'
  • Right Flow
    • Moe (WI2)(Led) - This was in thin and needed rock pro to finish. I had to do a runout traverse on steep snow slopes over to the tree anchors for Larry to escape. Lots of fresh snow & spindrift made the lead interesting!.
    • Larry (right var.) (WI2, M4)(TR) - Little roof to bypass with thin ice. Some good cracks for stacking tools.
    • Larry (left var.) (WI2, M3+)(TR) - Thin ice! Slab & crack.
 
 
January 8 - Round Top (10,381') - East Ridge (III, cl. 3-4) - with Vitaliy Musiyenko, Scott Berry, Bryan Bell, Shane Rathbun, Aaron Sieczkowski
  • 6.7 mi, +3000 ft gain, cl. 4 - Lots of knife-edged mixed scrambling in crampons
 
 
 
January 9 - Eagle Creek - Ice Climbing - with Vitaliy Musiyenko, Scott Berry, Bryan Bell, Shane Rathbun, Aaron Sieczkowski, David Millar, Joel Bernier, Val Zimmer, Phil Boudreau
  • RT Approach Stats: 3.6 mi +1369'
  • Sunny Falls (Route names are made up until I can find out what they are)
    • Cornered (WI3)(TR) - Mock led & downclimbed.
    • The Pilaster (WI4)(TR) - Climbed twice, once on the side, once staying on the steepest line.
    • Far Left (WI3+)(TR) - Climbed twice, once on the smaller pillar, once starting to the left.
 


January 15 - Yosemite Valley - Rock Climbing - with Jonathan Bye
  • Five Open Books Area
    • Commitment (5.9, 3 pitches)
      • Led P1 (5.8) & P3 (5.9) 
      • Followed P2 (5.7)
  • Sunnyside Bench
    • Jamcrack (5.7, 1st pitch)(Followed)
 


January 16 - Yosemite Valley - Rock Climbing - with Dustin Kahler
  • Manure Pile Buttress
    • After Six (5.8 var, 6 pitches)(Led all pitches) - 1st one was stout!


January 17 - Yosemite Valley - Rock Climbing - with Jonathan Bye & Dustin Kahler
  • Reed's Pinnacle Area
    • Ejesta (5.8, 2 pitches)(with Jonathan)
      • Led P1 (5.8)
      • Followed P2 (5.8) 
    • Center Route (Pitch 1)(5.7)(Led)(with Dustin) - Interesting squeeze chimney.
  • Generator Station
    • Generator Crack (5.10c)(TR) - Tough offwidth! 5.9 squeeze part wasn't too bad. Now to do it again in better style. It took me an hour to get up the thing!


January 22 - Yosemite Valley - Rock Climbing - with Linda
  • Sunnyside Bench- Started after Noon
    • Jamcrack (5.9, 2 Pitches)(Led)
    • Bummer(5.10c, 1st Pitch)(TR)
    • Bummer(5.9, 2nd Pitch)(TR)
    • Lazy Bum(5.10d, 1st Pitch)(TR) - Memorable lieback crux.
    • LazyBum(5.10c, 2nd Pitch)(TR) - Fun finger locks & more liebacking.


January 23 - Yosemite Valley - Rock Climbing- with Linda
  • Church Bowl
    • Bishop's Terrace (5.8, 2 pitches)(Led) - linked as 1 long pitch.
    • Aunt Fanny's Pantry (5.4, 1 pitch)(Led)
    • Pole Position (5.10a)(TR) - Fell twice on slab - off route.
    • Revival (5.10a)(TR) - Fell once at dirty .10+ slab start. Fun .10a finger crack/roof crux!
    • Deja Thorus (5.10a)(TR) - Fun & varied climbing



January 29 -Petit Griffon - Regular Route (II, 5.7)(DNF - Dental emergency (?) at last pitch) - with Vitaliy Musiyenko, Shane Wrathbun, Aaron Sieczkowski
  • 16 mi, 4,300 ft gain, low 5th, +45o snow, +16 hrs climbing- Skis were nice.

 
 

February

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February 5 - Yosemite Valley - Rock Climbing - with Vitaliy Musiyenko
  • Church Bowl
    • Bishop's Terrace (5.8, 2P)(Led) - Did 5.7 OW variation. Alternate start not recommended & not necessary.
    • Churchbowl Chimney (5.6)(Led) - Much worse fall potential than expected. Decking potential for 120'.
    • Churchbowl Terrace (5.10a?)(TR) - Rated 5.8 in the topo, but was harder than 5.9 chimneys I've climbed in the Valley. Strongly flaring, overhanding chimney. It will scuff you up!
    • Bishop's Lieback (5.8)(Led)
    • Black Brown (5.8)(Led) - First half was fun. Could have done without the dirty & semi-runout slabby last part.
 
 
February 6 - Yosemite Valley - Rock Climbing - with Vitaliy Musiyenko
  • Sunnyside Bench
    • Jamcrack (5.7 1st pitch)(Followed) - Vitaliy's first 5.7 Yosemite crack lead.
  • Reeds Pinnacle
    • Regular Route (5.8, 1st 2 pitches)(Led) - Stout, steep, & fun.
    • Bongs Away,Left (5.8)(Led) - Steep long offwidth. I should have had more #3-4 4CUs.
    • Bongs Away,Center (5.10a)(TR) - Sustained OW with fun hand stacks - butterflies & Leavittation. Really exposed.
 
 
February 11-13 - Mt Humphreys (13,986') - Full East Arete (IV, 5.5) (Grade is our winter grade) - with Vitaliy Musiyenko
  • Trip Report
    • Day 1: 5.97 mi, 4630 ft gain, 5 hrs climbing w/ +50 lb packs
    • Day 2: 1.35 mi, 2736 ft gain, 5.5, +50o snow, 12 hrs climbing, bivy @ ca. 13,600'. Mostly simul-climbed & ca. 8 pitches. Led all.
    • Day 3: 9.5 mi, 1030 ft gain, 8140 ft loss, 5.5, 3 pitches, +50o snow, 14 hrs climbing. Led all.

 

 

March

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March 11-13 - Mt Carl Heller (13,211') - East Arete (IV, 5.6) (Grade & rating are our winter experience) - with Vitaliy Musiyenko & Shane Rathbun (on my rope), Kevin Trieu & Max Belyakov (on other rope)
  • Trip Report
    • Day 1: 4.41 mi, 5140 ft gain, 8 hrs climbing w/ +67 lb pack
    • Day 2: 1.17 mi, 2050 ft gain, 5.6, 14 pitches (led 12), 60o snow, 16-17 hrs climbing, bivy @ ca. 13,000'
    • Day 3: 6.95 mi, 1170 ft gain, 8270 ft loss, 5.5, 1 pitch, 45o snow, 16 hrs climbing. Led all.

 

 

April

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April 2 - Yosemite Valley - Rock Climbing - with Eddy Kim, Chris Terry, Ryan Pintar, Jonathan Bye & Erica Namba
  • Pat & Jack Pinnacle
    • Golden Pines (5.8, 2P)(Led) - 2nd pitch had an awkward 5.8 crux! One of the harder .8s I've done so far.
    • Nurdle (5.8)(Led) - A little balancey to start. Fun, steep, varied climbing.
    • Knob Job (5.10b)(TR) - Beautiful 5.8-5.9 hand crack & a tricky .10b finger crack & lieback to knobs.
    • Sherrie's Crack (5.10c)(TR) - Climbed through the crux without any difficulty. Clean and smooth!
 

 April 3 - Yosemite Valley - Rock Climbing - with Eddy Kim, Chris Terry, Ryan Pintar & Erica Namba
  • Manure Pile Buttress
    • C.S. Concerto (5.8, 2P)(Led) - Scary 5.6 & 5.8 face climbing & mantels with long fall consequences! Thin.
    • After Seven (5.8)(Led) - Easy compared to C.S. Concerto. Fun hand crack & interesting face traverse crux.
    • Jump for Joy (5.9R)(TR) - Sustained 5.9 slab. Fun finger crux.
    • Haley's Comet (5.10a)(TR) - Sustained with two interesting cruxes. Very hard .10a. Some think its .10b.

 

April 4 - Yosemite Valley - Rock Climbing - with Chris Terry
  • Swan Slab
    • Swan Slab Squeeze (5.7)(Led) - Easy & fun. Protects 3/4 up w/ TCU in outside seam. BD#6 can be used lower down but might not be very helpful. 7" Big Bro can be used on upper part but not helpful.
    • Grant's Crack (5.9)(Led) - Thin finger crack. Lost feet again at crux but caught fall. Takes nuts well.
  • Manure Pile Buttress
    • After Seven (5.8)(Followed)
  • Generator Station Area
    • Generator Crack (5.10c)(TR) - Downclimbed & ascended top 1/3 of route (5.9 squeeze section) twice, once facing left-side in and the other right-side in. Left-side in is much easier. Then climbed route bottom to top much faster and with less body beating than previous time! (30-40min). Middle section is cruiser now with bottom crux nearly figured out. Main crux might be approaching & passing the projecting flake before the final squeeze.
 

 April 8-10 - Lassen Peak - CHAOS Winter Mountaineering Clinic (Beginner Outing)
  • Participants
    • Albert Magyar, Sam Collier, Eric Heaton, Jeff Regier, Ryan Bergmann, Maureen "Moe" Kunz, Kenneth Davenport, Jared Wood, Maya Rosencrance, Melanie Hahn, Chaitanya Etreya (DNS due to knee issue on approach).
  • Stats
    • Day 1: mi, gain, approaching camp but stopped before road traverse.
    • Day 2: mi, gain. Constructed snow shelters, practiced travel techniques, beacon searches.
    • Day 3: mi, gain. Climbed Lassen Pk and hiked out.
 

 April 30-May 1 - Mt Shasta - CHAOS Winter Mountaineering Clinic (Advanced Outing)
  • Participants
    • Eric Heaton, Greg Pasquali, Jeff Regier, Jared Wood, Melanie Hahn
  • Stats
    • Day 1: mi, gain. Constructed Z-C system & practice hauls. Built snow anchors & tested with belayed/falling climber.
    • Day 2: mi, gain. Climbed Shastinavia Cascade Gulch/Sisson Lake (35o snow) & descended SE Face (40o snow)


 

May

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 May 7 -  Yosemite Valley - Rock Climbing - with Ryan Pintar
  • Glacier Point Apron
    • The Grack, Left (5.7, 2P)
      • Led P2 (5.7), Followed P1 (5.6) - Mediocre climbing. Brushy & dirty.
    • Harry Daley (5.8, 2P)
      • Led P2 (5.7), Followed P1 (5.8) - Fun pin scars & roof crack. 4 star route, not 5.
    • Chouinard Crack (5.8)(Led) - Sweet but short
    • Variation on a Theme (5.10b R)(TR) - Counterintuitive crux
    • The Cow, Right (5.7, 2P)
      • Led P2 (5.7), Followed P1 (5.6) - Flaring corner was burly! Interesting technique required. Fun!
    • The Cow, Center (5.5R, 2nd Pitch)(TR)
    • The Cow, Left (5.9, 2P)(TR)
      • P1 (5.7R)(TR) - Slick granite. Fun climb.
      • P2 (5.9)(TR) - Intense 5.9 undercling & 5.8 lieback. Would be a tough lead!
    • The Grack, Center (5.6, 3P)
      • Led P1 (5.6 var) & P3 (5.6), Followed P2 (5.6) - 45 min total. Beautiful crack.

 May 8 - Yosemite Valley - Aid & Rock Climbing - with Eddy Kim
  • "Electric Boulder"
    • Circuit Breaker (C1)(Led & cleaned)
    • Circuit Breaker (5.11b)(TR) - 1 fall. Super thin finger crack left my tips on fire.
  • Le Conte Boulder
    • Bolt Ladder (C1)(Led) - 135o roof

May 19 - Yosemite Valley -  Rock Climbing - with Chris Terry
  • El Capitan Base
    • Little John, Right (5.8, 3P) - Fun, varied climbing. Face traverse is pretty improbable!
      • P1 (5.8)(Led) - Awkward corner/squeeze chimney. Fun and ends at a nice bolt belay with a great view.
      • P2 (5.8)(Followed) - Dicey unprotectable catwalk and a very improbably 5.8 face traverse that looks worse than it is - if you can find the right spot to traverse!
      • P3 (5.7)(Led) - Super slick rock, super tight crack for liebacking & stemming galore.
    • Little John, Left (5.8)(TR) - Slick & wide, almost OW. Bring your #4 & #5 C4s.
    • La Cosita, Right (5.9)(Led) - Sustained sections of liebacking & jamming with a break midway. Ice falling onto us from El Cap made the first 5.9 section a bit tougher!




May 20 - Yosemite Valley - Rock Climbing - with Chris Terry
  • Five Open Books Area
    • The Surprise (5.10a, 3P) 
      • P1 (5.6)(Led) - Stout, awkward, dirty, & a slightly runout & dirty traverse to finish on an uncomfortable hidden gear belay in the corner.
      • P2 (5.8)(Followed) - Steep, exposed, sustained, & thin 5.8 cracks.
      • P3 (5.10a)(Led) - Sweet clean 5.9+ to 5.10a  crack & 5.10a step across at the surprise. My surprise was breaking a fall off at the surprise, taking my first leader fall. Pro just before the crux was a tad tricky. Bring small stuff & place a bomber backup before you reach the final bit of crack!
 


May 24 - Yosemite Valley - Rock Climbing - with Jared Wood
  • Royal Arches Area
    • Trial by Fire (5.8, 2P)(Led) - Nice slick 5.8 flare followed by a decent & varied 5.6 pitch to linkup with Superslide. A great way to start that route & avoid the lame approach pitch.
    • Superslide (5.9, 3P)(Led) - Skipped P1 with a linkup from Trial by Fire & linked P3 & P4. Middle section was very wet! Luckily the 5.9 crack was dry and fun! Great pro.
    • Peruvian Flake (5.10a)(Led) - Easy to miss, not too aesthetic, but fun & pumpy moves that are well protected. Good 'beginner' .10a to lead.
  • Swan Slab Area
    • Swan Slab Gulley (5.6, 2P)(Led) - Linked P1 & P2 and ran up this as the sun set. The official P2 & P3 aren't too hard but still fun & interesting. Good for a beginning leader.
    • Bay Tree Crack (5.6)(Led) - Linked approach pitch & climbed by headlamp. Weee!
 
 
May 25 - Yosemite Valley - Rock Climbing - with Jared Wood
  • Five and Dime Area
    • Keystone Corner (5.8)(Led) - Varied moves, tricky & sustained.
    • Copper Penney (5.10a)(TR) - Steep & tiring! Less of an OW if you pull on the flake inside.
    • Five and Dime (5.10d)(TR) - Steep & sustained! Very hard fingers to off-fingers to thin hands. Great route!
    • Mockery (5.8)(TR) - Steep clean rock. Sport route.
 

 
May 27 - Devils Tower - Rock Climbing- with Sean Dormer
  • South Face Area
    • The Bowling Alley (5.5)(Led) - Better approach to Durrance than the cl. 4.
    • Durrance Route w/ Direct Finish (5.7/5.8, 3-7P) - Rating originally 5.6, officially 5.7, but now being reported in some guidebooks & sites as 5.8. Pitches can be linked in as few as 3. 6P for direct finish & 7P for standard finish.
      • P1 (Led) - Leaning Column Pitch. Don't knock it off!
      • P2 (Led as P1) - Steep corner. Wide pieces used.
      • P3 (Led as P1) - Cussin' Crack pitch. 2 wide sections. 2 #4 C4s & 1 C5 helpful.  
      • P4 (Followed) - More wide, but easier.
      • P5 (Led as P3) - Chimney/OW/squeeze w/ tricky pro.
      • P6 (Led as P3) - Chimney/OW/squeeze w/ trickier pro, bird crap & mud.
 

 
May 28 - Devils Tower - Rock Climbing - with Sean Dormer
  • Southeast Face/Ramp Area
    • El Cracko Diablo (5.8, 2P)
      • P1 (Led) - Wide & steep. Semi-OW/Squeeze to reach the jams. Hard to get in pro.
      • P2 (Led last half) - Sean backed off just before the bulge crux. Bulge is committing, wide just after. Thin fingers crux is also somehow wide. Changed directions halfway up the wide top.
    • Meadows Finish (5.0, 2P) - My name. Basically the 2 pitches it took us to get to the top. I led the second.
    • Soler (P1) (5.9-, 2P) - 155' that seem to go on forever. Sustained at fingers to hands the hole way! I wish I had time to lead the 2nd pitch.
 

 
May 30 - Flatirons - Rock Climbing - with Sean Dormer
  • First Flatiron
    • East Face Direct (5.6R, 6P)
      • P1 (5.6R)(Led) - 2 bolts & scarce pro! Not too hard though.
      • P2 (5.6R)(Followed) - No bolts & scarce pro! Not too hard though.
      • P3 (5.6)(Led) - A little ways to first pro piece from the belay. Last half eases to 4th class.
      • P4 (5.4)(Followed) - BBQ ledge mostly cl. 3.
      • P5 (5.4)(Led) - Begin the gendarmes.
      • P6 (5.4)(Led) - Lots of gendarmes. Placed little pro & only at the tops to reduce drag. Wind drag was a major issue as my ropes blew horizontal and even higher!
 

 
May 31 - El Dorado Canyon - Rock Climbing - with Sean Dormer
  • Bastille Buttress
    • Bastille Crack (5.7+, 5P)
      • P1 (5.7+)(Led) - Very steep & slick. Mostly freaky due to fall consequence. Don't fall & get in a second piece fast!
      • P2 (5.7)(Led most of, linked w/ P1) - Seemed harder overall. Retreated at flake 15' short of the top due to lack of a #3 (which apparently I did have) and not realizing that left was the way to go. Doh! Sean finished.
      • P3 (5.7)(Led) - Actually about as hard or a bit more so than P1 or P2. Short but stout!
      • P4 (5.6)(Led, linked w/ P3) - Tricky routefinding & steep juggy climbing & stemming.
      • P5 (5.5)(Followed) - Short easy chimney. You can stay on the outside.
 

 
 

June

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June 18 - Borah Peak (12,662') - Southwest (Chicken Out) Ridge (cl. 3, 50o snow) - with Joe Bullough
  • 6.8 mi, 5,212 ft gain, 7 hrs (4 hrs to summit) - Idaho state high point. Winds of about 20-30 mph sustained, temps in the 20s, and a corniced ridge made it feel like winter. Steep snow made Chicken Out Ridge more interesting but it was still pretty easy. We moved at a pretty chill pace.
 
 June 20 - Little Cottonwood Canyon - Rock Climbing - with Alec LaLonde
  • Crescent Crack Buttress
    • Crack in the Woods (5.8)(Led) - Nice but pretty short.
    • Hand Jive (5.9)(Led) - Don't fall after the step across before you get in that first piece! Steep, varied climbing with occasional subtle rests.
    • Mexican Crack (5.10a)(Followed) - I found difficulties to be in reverse of the topo. The start is physical, off-balance, and delicate but can be decently protected. Higher cracks require a few committing thin moves. Hand traverse was not that bad due to good jams, feet, & pro.
  • Bongeater Buttress
    • Bongeater (5.10d)(TR) - Really fun! Wide 5.8 crack turns to wide 5.9-5.10a crack in the corner. The crux is a sequence of transitioning to a hard lieback, to a thin finger jam & wide jam/chickenwing, to a difficult exit from the offwidth onto a smooth, sloping mantel at the top. A chickenhead for the left foot and flexible hips are helpful for the finish.
 
 June 25 - Yosemite Valley - Rock Climbing - with Chris Terry
  • Royal Arches Area
    • Royal Arches (III, 5.7, A0, 16 pitches) - 5hr 40min to climb, 3 hrs to rappel. Used 70m doubles.
      • P1 (5.6)(Led) - Fun chimney! Slick. Trail pack from PAS. Pitch goes pretty fast.
      • P2 (5.5)(Simul-Climb-Followed) - Hiking with a few short harder sections. Take in about 1/2-2/3 rope w/ a mountaineers coil atop P1. Could simul-climb entirely or give a quick belay on the 2 cruxes.
      • P3 (cl.4)(Simul-Climb-Followed) - Hiking
      • P4 (cl.3)(Simul-Climb-Followed) - Hiking
      • P5 (5.7)(Led) - First 10 ft are thin in pin scars and hard to protect (I used a pink tricam in a flaring pocket). Best to spot & belay this short section (15-20 ft) then resume simul-climbing on 3rd class terrain.
      • P6 (5.5)(Led, linked w/ P5) - Getting harder.
      • P7 (5.6)(Followed) - Technically harder than last pitch but much more secure. Good to simul-climb from here to P10 pendulum w/ 1/2-full rope out.
      • P8 (5.6)(Followed, linked w/ P7)
      • P9 (5.6)(Led)
      • P10 (5.4, A0)(Followed) - More of a tension traverse than a pendulum. Easy/safe to lead 5.10b section w/ pendulum line, or lower out by hand from above while traversing left. Traverse has scarce pro & can be wet. Put pro near high point for follower!
      • P11 (5.6)(Led) - If linking w/ P12, DO NOT go to the tree. It is wet & you can't thread the rope under the branches like you might think. Take the short & wide 5.9 crack variation to the left. A #4 C4 could protect it better & make it easier to climb than using a #3.
      • P12 (5.7)(Led, linked w/ P11) - Fun! Do the 5.7 variation! Step over from high up above the 5.9 wide crack variation.
      • P13 (5.5)(Followed) - Good to simul-climb from here to rappel anchors with full rope out. Stay low from the tree for the traverse & find the undercling for pro & solid hands.
      • P14 (5.4)(Followed, linked w/ P13) - Easy but few pro opportunities.
      • P15 (5.3)(Led) - Easy but more friction & few pro opportunities.
      • Rappel Descent
        • R1
        • R2
        • R3
        • R4
        • R5
        • R6
        • R7
 
 June 26 - Yosemite Valley - Rock Climbing - with Chris Terry
  • Five Open Books Area
    • Hanging Teeth (5.8, 1st Pitch)(Followed/Led)
    • Munginella (5.6, 2P)(Led)
      • P1 (5.6) - Fast, solid & easy. Fun! Belay at third tree to do climb in 2 pitches.
      • P2 (5.6) - DO NOT take the inviting crack that cuts right across the slab. Face climb left back into the corner & climb a fun hand traverse crux to lieback before the final finish in the corner.
    • Selaginella (5.8, 4P)(Led) - ca. 4 hrs to climb
      • P1 (5.7) - Sustained jamming & stemming lead to an awkward OW/Squeeze for the final 20 ft. Bring #4 & #5 C4s. Jettison pack at rest below this section. Crux Pitch?
      • P2 (5.7) - Straightforward, though a bit awkward to start. Traverse left around the corner at the piton and run it out to the tree belay.
      • P3 (5.8) - Watch for rope drag! Wide, low angle chimney followed by looping behind & on top of some 'horns'. Protect with a strategy here and flip the rope over the horn before the final 5.8 traverse, protected by a piton w/ extension & backed up with a new bolt. The step across is intimidating but easy compared to P1 & P2 cruxes, but there is little or no pro until the anchor after. Watch out again for rope drag! The step across may be worse for the follower as they would swing far out & onto the anchor.
      • P4 (5.8) - Long, sustained 5.7 & 5.8 jamming, stemming, & liebacking, with some distance between pro. I ran out if medium-sized cams & could have used a 0.75 to protect the final traverse & topout. Crux pitch?
 
 

July

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July 9 - Death Ride - Cycling  - with Joel Wilson
  • Area
    • 123 miles, 15,000 ft of gain, 10 hrs riding & 10.5 hrs total
 
Ju;y 15-18 - Mt Rainier - Liberty Ridge (III-IV, 55o snow/ice)  - with Eric Krumland
  • Area
    • Route (Rating)(Led?) - Notes
 
July 22-25 - Mt Rainier - Ptarmigan Ridge (IV, 55o ice, 5.6/M3)  - with Anastasia Blagoveshchenskaya
  • Area
    • Route (Rating)(Led?) - Notes
 
July 30 - Lovers Leap - Rock Climbing  - with Jared Wood
  • Area
    • Route (Rating)(Led?) - Notes
 
July 31 - Lovers Leap - Rock Climbing  - with Jared Wood
  • Area
    • Route (Rating)(Led?) - Notes
 

August

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August 6 - Bear Creek Spire - North Arete (III, 5.8),  - with donWolf
  • Area
    • Route (Rating)(Led?) - Notes
 
August 7 - Tuolumne Meadows - Rock Climbing  - with donWolf Konecny
  • DAFF Dome
    • West Crack (II, 5.9, 4P)(Led?) - Notes
 
August 11 - Mt Morgan (North) - Nevahbe Ridge (cl. 3-4)  - with Michael Graup
  • Area
    • Route (Rating)(Led?) - +5,000 ft gain
 
August 12-13 - Banner Peak - NE Buttress (II, 5.6)  - with Dan Shorb
  • Area
    • Route (Rating)(Led?) - Notes
 
August 14 - Tuolumne Meadows - Rock Climnbing  - with Japhy Dhungana
  • Area
    • Route (Rating)(Led?) - Notes
 
August 20 - 2011 Sierra Challenge
  • The Thumb
    • South Slopes (cl. 2) - Notes
  • Ed Lane Pk
    • North Ridge (cl. 3) - Notes
 
August 27 - Fairview Dome - Regular Route (III-IV, 5.9, 12P)  - with Ryan Pintar
  • Fairview Dome
    • Regular Route (III-IV, 5.9, 12P)(Led all pitches) - Notes
 
August 28 - Matthes Crest - Full Traverse, S-N (IV, 5.8)  - with Chris Terry
  • Matthes Crest
    • Full Traverse, S-N (IV, 5.8)(Led?) - Notes
 
August 30 - Berkeley - Aid Hooking Practice  - with Partner
  • Area
    • Route (Rating)(Led?) - Notes
 

September

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September 2-3 - Temple Crag - Moon Goddess Arete (IV, 5.8)  - with Chris Terry
  • Area
    • Route (Rating)(Led?) - Notes
 
September 4-5 - Temple Crag - Venusian Blind (IV, 5.7)  - with Chris Terry
  • Area
    • Route (Rating)(Led?) - Notes
 
September 8-11 - Berkeley & San Francisco - Urban Aid & Crack Climbing  - with Eddy Kim & Vitaliy Musiyenko
  • Area
    • Route (Rating)(Led?) - Notes
 
September 17-18 - Lost Arrow Spire - Lost Arrow Spire Tip (II, 5.7, C2, 2P)  - with Eddy Kim
  • Area
    • Route (Rating)(Led?) - Notes
 
Date - Yosemite Valley - Rock Climbing  - with Jared Wood
  • Middle Cathedral Rock
    • Central Pillar of Frenzy (III, 5.9, 5P)(Led all) - Notes
 
Date - Middle Cathedral Rock - East Buttress (IV, 5.9, C0)  - with Jared Wood
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September 29 - Mt Whitney - East Face (III, 5.7, 13P)  - with Vitaliy Musiyenko
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