My Hobbies(叶海翔)




Hiking and Climbing

Treasure Peak and Mount Abbot (right) reflected in Ruby Lake

Trip Reports or Photo Albums - International summits

Trip Reports or Photo Albums - USA 14ers and famous summits

Trip Reports or Photo Albums - California summits and technical climbs

I have done a lot of day-hikes in California mountains, some of the best photos are in my picture album. Other peaks I have summitted: Mount Dana (13053ft), Excelsior Mountain (12446ft), North Peak (12242ft), Freel Peak (10886ft), Mount Hoffman (10855ft), Mount Rose (10776ft), Round Top (10380ft), Kaiser Peak (10320ft), Pyramid Peak (9985ft), Mount Price (9975ft), Mount Tallac (9739ft)), Ralston Peak (9239ft), Castle Peak (9109ft), Sierra Buttes (8591ft), Flagpole Peak (8363ft) in Sierra Nevada; Sheep Mountain (12497ft) and Campito Mountain (11543ft) in White Mountains; Lassen Peak (10457ft) in Cascade Range; Mount Eddy (9037ft) in Klamath Mountains; Junipero Sera Peak (5857ft), Cone Peak (5155ft), Ventana Double Cone (4856ft) in Santa Lucia Range; Cobb Mountain (4721ft) in Mayacamas Mountains; locally (San Francisco Bay Area) I often hike up Mount St. Helena (4343ft), Mount Diablo (3849ft), Mount Diablo's North Peak (3557ft), Mount Tamalpais (2571ft), Sonoma Mountain (2463ft), Montara Mountain's North Peak (1898ft).


Capoeira class at UC BerkeleyI started taking a capoeira class at Capoeira Mandinga school in Berkeley, CA in summer 1999. Capoeira (ka-poo-Eh-ra) is a Brazilian martial art / dance originated from African slaves. My teacher is Mestre Marcelo Pereira from S�o Paulo, Brazil.

Mestre Marcelo in roda Xango (left), Malandro in roda UC Berkeley class roda 1
Mestre demonstrating Xango, Malandro in roda again UC Berkeley class roda 2
Gemma (right) in roda Beringela (right) in roda UC Berkeley class roda 3
Practicing take-downs

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