How I was Introduced
Growing up I never did much outdoor stuff (ok pretty much zero). When I was about 22
years old I met Vereen and Brenda who invited me to go on a hike
at Red Rock. We started hanging out hiking, roller blading or
just goofing off. The more I hiked the more I liked it. That's
about as simple as it gets. From there I did more and more of
it on my own and started meeting more people with the same
GPS coordinates may not be exact. This is
information I gathered myself during the trips. The coordinates
are generally accurate to within 50 feet or so, usually less
than 30 feet. I try to get as accurate a reading as
possible on my
GPS before logging the waypoint. I try to
be as accurate as possible but some errors are bound to happen
because, well things happen.
Elevation data is not given for every waypoint. I give the
elevations for points that might give a overall picture of the
hike. The start of the hike, a low or high point and maybe
a couple other spots. The elevations listed here are only approximate.
I generally use the elevation the GPS had when the way point was
created. GPS elevation data is not perfect. If no
elevation data was available or the number appears to be way
off, I look at it on maps on the computer at home and make an
Most hikes are not interesting enough to post here on the web
site. So I am only going to post those I feel deserve a spot on
the web site. If the hike was long or unusual in some way it
might get listed here. Some hikes may not deserve to be listed
here but may end up here because I just plain felt like adding
it. Feel free to check out the
Hiking Trip Reports Page. You will find maps, GPS
coordinates, notes and pictures for the hikes listed.
The trip reports will be a combination of the days events and a
route description. If you find a hike you have been
wanting to take you may find route information here valuable.
Any external links related to this activity or any other topic
will be listed on the External Links page.
Feel free to check it out.