Conrad W.


San Diego, CA
Hometown: Salt Lake City

Member since:

July 17, 2011

What training do you have in Canyoneering?

3-day Basic and Advanced Canyoneering Training and a Wilderness First Responder Certification. I have also taken a natural anchors concepts class with REI and I have my SPRAT and IRATA rope access certifications.

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

Kings Canyon National Park (Crown Creek First Descent, Blue Canyon First Descent, Lower Jump 2x, 10 Mile Creek), Zion National Park (Imlay via Sneak x3, Full Imlay x1, Englestead, Keyhole x3 (1 Night Descent), Pinecreek x3, Mystery x2, Subway x2, Water Canyon, Das Boot x3, Middle Echo, Behunin, Heaps, Kolob, Telephunin, Lower Refrigerator), San Gabriel Mountains (Lower Eaton x5, Great Falls of the Fox, Falling Leaf, Little Santa Anita Canyon, Rubio x2, Bailey, Lytle Creek), Arches National Park (Granary, Pool Arch, Camel Toe, Undercover, MMI, Repeat Jr., Big Horn, U-Turn, Tear Drop, Not Tear Drop), Death Valley (Bad Canyon, Deimos x2, Purgatory, Hades), Kern River (Seven Tea Cups x5), Globe Arizona (Christopher Creek, Waterslides, Salome Jug), Las Vegas (Cherry Canyon, Icecube, Death Pit, Devil's Drain x2, Tortoise Tears)


An avid canyoneer, rock climber, hiker, and diver. If I could just do fun stuff all the time, I would probably list caving and white water rafting too. Heck might as well throw a mountain bike in since that's also fun! Why can't I do everything?

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