Kangaroo Temple on Kangaroo Ridge / 袋鼠峯上的袋鼠寺

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Kangaroo Temple was my third and possibly last rock-climbing trip in the Seattle Mountaineers Basic Alpine Climbing Course.

Kodak moment on Kangaroo Temple

See more trip photos here.

Kangaroo Temple at a Glance

Access: Washington Pass hairpin turn
Round Trip: 5 miles
Elevation Range: 5160′-7572′
Gear: helmet, rope, rock
GPS Track: available
Dog-Friendly: no


The weather was gorgeous the entire day. We had an excellent crew, including two climb leaders and four men from my small instructional group.

This climb was also my favorite one of this year. My all-time favorite was still Ingalls Peak as it was my first rock climb in Teanaway.

I look forward to more good climbing weather next summer.

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