The North Cascades are a section of the Cascade Range of western North America. They span the border between the Canadian province of British Columbia and the U.S. state of Washington and are officially named in the U.S. and Canada as the Cascade Mountains. ~Wikepedia
Mount Torment was my final technical climb on the Washington State Top 200 Peaks list.
Mount Degenhardt was my third and final trip to the Pickets this season after last week.
Mount Fury has been on my radar in recent years. But the remoteness has had me put it on hold until now.
Blue Slam, aka Agnes Mountain and Gunsight Peak, was another remote climb in the Glacier Peak Wilderness.
Mount Challenger West Peak could have been part of our Northern Picket Traverse three years ago.
On this Fourth of July weekend, I went tackling Le Conte Slam via the famous Ptarmigan Traverse.
We couldn't make it over to Fourmile Ridge three years ago. So here we were, three years later!
Big Methow Needle, or The Needles, has been on my list for several years because I couldn't find a partner.
Ten years after setting the goal to hike (at least) once a week, I celebrated the 10th anniversary on Lincoln Peak.
Whitehorse Mountain has been famous for as long as I could remember. So it never made it onto my list.
After yesterday's short trip, today, we visited Catkin Peak and McCall Mountain by Dirtyface Mountain.
On this day, we went up to Chuckanut Mountain North Peak and Raptor Ridge north of Chuckanut Mountain.
This weekend, we followed the 50% chance of rainfall back to Puget Sound and up Chuckanut Mountain.
We braved the bad weather and went up to Galbraith Mountain. We needed a scenery change.
This morning, it took three tries to settle on a hike. Then it was back to Plain to explore Bee Sting Hill.
Yesterday’s late trip didn’t leave much time to explore. So today, we started early on Beaver Hill.