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Junaid

Assistant Organizer

Location:

Lynnwood, WA

Member since:

June 9, 2011

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Have you heard of, or are familiar with “Trail Etiquette”?

I think so.

With “1” being no experience and “10” being a well-seasoned hiker, how would you rate your skill level on a scale from 1 to 10? (Being a marathon runner or weight lifter doesn’t mean that you are necessarily ready for moderate or strenuous hikes)

7.5, not speed-wise but more in terms of varied terrain experience.

If you do not know your skill level, would you be willing to come on one of our "New Member" hikes up Rattlesnake Ledge and discuss your abilities with an organizer then? If you are well aware of your skill level, please answer “Not Applicable”

Not Applicable

What is the favorite, most difficult hike you’ve done in WA State? If you have no experience, please answer “Not Applicable”

Most difficult : Putvin Trail and then climbed Mt. Stone. Favorites , North to South: Ptarmigan Ridge, Park Butte, Sahale Arm, Gothic Basin, Mystic Lake/Curtis Ridge, Spray Park/Ptarmigan Ridge, Burroughs Mtn., Snowgrass Flats/Goat Lake, Adams Highline, Bird Creek Meadows, Siouxon Creek, Dog Mountain, Table Mountain, Multnomah-Wahkeena loop, Barrett Spur, McNeil Point, Silver Falls, Jefferson Park, Obsidian/Sunshine Loop, Chambers Lakes

Is there a trail you have been wanting to do and would love to conquer with other members of The Seattle Hiking Group? If you do not have one, please answer “None”

Spider Gap, Yellow Aster Butte, Mt. Dickerman, Nooksack Cirque

Introduction

I moved to Seattle from Portland a few years ago. I have done a lot of hiking in Oregon and SW Washington. I want to explore all the new trails this area has to offer. I like to go slow, enjoy the views, and take photos.


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