The Cascade Range or Cascades is a major mountain range of western North America, extending from southern British Columbia through Washington and Oregon to Northern California. It includes both non-volcanic mountains, such as the North Cascades, and the notable volcanoes known as the High Cascades. ~Wikipedia
The last time I was here, I had to bike eight miles to access the Downey Creek Trailhead.
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.
This area is a bustling hub over the Fourth of July. So we came in this weekend to avoid the masses.
While many scrambles involve some road walk or trail hike or both, Bald Eagle Peak had neither.
As the weather outlook worsened, we had to forego Saturday due to the high possibility of rain and snow.
Now that the Stevens Pass area was a ghost town, it was an even better time to visit.
This time we came back with a raft twice the capacity to put the pursuit to rest once and for all.
After yesterday's strenuous outing, I found this new and relaxing hike east of the crest.
Goat Mountain in Salmon La Sac has been on the back burner for many years.
While looking for a new hike that didn't require snow gear, I realized we could go to Mission Ridge.
The pup and I visited Cascade Mountain's northern neighbor for a view do-over.