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Ian M.


Los Angeles, CA

Member since:

May 16, 2014

What training do you have in Canyoneering?

Learned from highly experienced canyoneering team in SLC that I have mountaineered around the world with. Have had an annual canyoneering trip to Utah with them for the past 18 years and have now branched out into serious Class C canyons which is a whole 'nuther sport.

What experience do you have in Canyoneering? (list canyons)

LOCAL: Lower Jump Canyon, Big Creek Canyon, Pittman Canyon, Middle Fork of Lytle. TICINO, SWITZERLAND: Soladino Superiore & Inferiore, Lodrino Superiore, Iragna Superiore, Intermedio & Inferiore, Cresciano Superiore & Inferiore. LOMBARDIA, ITALY: Bodengo 2 & 3. PACIFIC NORTHWEST: Thornton Creek, South Fork Snoqualmie, Cypress Creek. ZION x 15 years (with multiple descents of Behunin, Das Boot, Echo, Fat Man's Misery, Icebox, Kolob, Mystery, Orderville, Pine Creek, Spry), CEDAR MESA (The Black Hole, Cheesebox, Fry), ESCALANTE (Neon, Egypt 2 w/ 320' rappel, Calf Creek Falls), SAN RAFAEL SWELL (Quandary, Knotted Rope).


Live in Manhattan Beach. Primary interest in road bike cycling and high altitude mountaineering but like to get wet in canyons at least 3 - 4 long weekends a year. Also a pretty avid photographer and usually bring a DSLR along in the canyons.

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