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
The Devore Creek Fire in late July kept us from reaching the mountain earlier in the season.
Devils Tongue by the Canadian border was going to be our Labor Day weekend trip this year.
Bearcat Ridge was on the list last summer before the hot weather forced a change in plans.
Over the years, I'd see the mountain during various trips in the North Cascades.
I wanted to make the best use of the last three-day weekend of this year by combining two mountains.
Due to the lack of maintenance, White River Trail past Boulder Creek was beyond brushy.
Johannesburg Mountain was a no-go. But I stuck around on my last day to explore something else.
Second time going through Cascade Pass this season. The weather was eerily similar to the first time.
American Border Peak was on my list of peaks to climb last fall. But the weather wouldn't cooperate.
Unable to generate interest in finding a partner, Big Kangaroo remained on the backburner until now.
This trip was our sixth time starting from Slate Pass. We were all too familiar with the descent approach.
Hozomeen Mountain South Peak is the evil twin of the double-summitted mountain.
Tricouni Peak was going to be our season opener over Memorial Day weekend.
Spider Mountain is one of the four high points along the Ptarmigan Traverse on my bucket list.
McGregor Mountain marked my fourth time going through Stehekin, WA, on the way to a climb.
This double-summited, awe-inspiring structure at the head of Ross Lake looked out of reach.