Last backpacking trip to wrap up the climbing season, which had been a great one.
Every high point on this Washington Top 100 peakbagging list strictly adheres to the top 400-foot prominence rule.
Cashmere marked the end of my five-year-long pursuit of the 100 highest peak of Washington.
Over the last few years it had become somewhat of a tradition to do a bigger trip over Fourth of July weekend.
By climbing these two peaks earlier in the season, we had the advantage of better snow coverage over the cruxes.
The 16-mile approach into Thunder Basin felt extra long when views were scarce.
I had completely underestimated the scale of Pasayten Wilderness on our first visit to the area three years ago.
Photos from this trip can be found here. Devore Slam = Tupshin Peak + Devore Peak + Flora Mountain 德沃雷滿貫=塔普遜峯+德沃雷峯+佛羅拉山 Logistics Overview Overview > Day 1 > Day 2 > Day 3 > Day…
Photos from this trip can be found here. One month ago partner and I climbed Primus and Austera Peaks. It felt really good to get the two farthest peaks on…
Last year Kenny and I attempted Mox Peaks, but turned around after spending one night at Ouzel Lake due to bad weather.