While views weren’t nearly as grandiose as those on the neighboring higher points to the north, lots solitude was to be had.
For some reason my friend and I never summited this peak despite being only a couple hundred feet shy of the top.
We accessed this tucked away high point by using the same initial approach for Mount Hardy.
Judging from the route descriptions I read online, this looked to be another trip full of type 2 fun.
After yesterday's trip to McLeod Mountain, pup and I car camped near Washington Pass to get in another climb the next day.
Officially kicked off my summer peakbagging endeavors on this Memorial Day weekend.
Second trip up the mountain, and this time we approached via the west ridge by scrambling up west slopes.