Conceived in the late 1970s, the (unofficial) list comprising Washington State’s 100 highest summits has slowly gained popularity over the years. Seven peaks from the list do not meet the 400-foot prominence criteria as on the Washington State Top 100 Peaks list.
Mesahchie Peak and Katsuk Peak at a Glance Access: Easy Pass TrailheadRound Trip: TBDElevation Range: 3680′-8795′Gear: helmetGPS Track: availableDog-Friendly: no pets Summit delight on Mesahchie Peak See more trip photos here. Summit joy on Katsuk Peak See…
Photos from this trip can be found here. Our Chilliwacks trip curtailed due to poor weather conditions. And with two more days left to spare, I turned to North Cascade for Bulger…
Opening climb of the season with great weather!
Besides Prusik Peak, my objective for this trip was to climb the two Bulger peaks.
Photos from this trip can be found here.
Eldorado was on my list of peaks to climb, but I didn’t think I’d get to it this season.
Dumbell Slam = Dumbell Mountain + Greenwood Mountain
Blackcap, Osceola, Carru, Lago panoramic view See more trip photos here. The Lowdown on Lago Slam Lago Slam = Osceola Peak + Mount Carru + Mount Lago拉戈滿貫=奥西奥拉峯+卡鲁山+拉戈山 Access: Buckskin Ridge Trailhead…
Photos from this trip can be found here. Entiat Slam = Mount Maude + South Spectacle Butte 恩蒂亞特滿貫=莫德山+南奇觀孤峯 Access: Phelps Creek Trailhead Gear: helmet