Conceived in the late 1970s, Bulger 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 on the Washington State Top 100 Peaks list.
Our last backpacking trip before the starting of fall.
We had a long first day, so we got very little sleep in between climbs.
Photos from this trip can be found here. Spirit Slam = Hoodoo Peak + Raven Ridge 精神滿貫=覡峯+渡鴉脊 We got to camp by the tarn in late afternoon and managed to fit…
Kodak moment on Oval Peak
This trip turned out to be the most physically exhausting and challenging for the pups.
Craggy Slam was our first backpacking trip ever! But it was one of the significant highlights of the summer. Plus, it was our first Bulger List double-peak adventure. Kodak moment…
Summit dogs on Robinson Mountain
Robinson Mountain brought us out to the Pasayten Wilderness this summer for the first time.
Photos from this trip can be found here. The boys got their exercise yesterday so I could do this climb today. Ever since our failed attempt on Mount Hood I…
A hiker friend I met on Bandera Mountain and I returned three and half months after our initial attempt.
Just when I thought Cascade mountains couldn't get any bigger, I was greeted with jaw-dropping views after arriving in Leroy Creek Basin.
Last month I met a hiker on the way to Bandera Mountain. Then he invited his friend and me to climb Black Peak in NCNP.