Interstate 90 (I-90) is the longest interstate highway in the United States at 3,020.54 miles (4,861.09 km). Its western terminus is in Seattle and its eastern terminus is in Boston. ~Wikipedia
Alaska Mountain was another place deep in the Alpine Lakes Wilderness accessible via the Pacific Crest Trail.
We made an overnight trip to Deep Lake after spending the first part of the day on Chelan Butte.
Dandy Peak was today's backup plan. We were also in the area two years ago on Dandy Mountain.
Today the pups and I went up to South Cle Elum Ridge East. We visited the west end back in April.
I opted for somewhere new, and dry, after going up to Nasikelt Peak and Lumiere Ridge the day before.
As we drove through Snoqualmie Pass, I decided to ditch plan A and then go up to Rampart Ridge.
After yesterday's trip out east, today, we went up to Fools Day Peak in Salmon La Sac for sunshine.
The recruit made his snow scramble debut on Humerus Hill and Jolly Mountain after three months.
Cleman Mountain was perfect for social distancing. There was no one here but the three of us.
I couldn't find a new place to visit on this rainy day. So we made another trip out to Potholes Coulee.
We tried going up to Little Peak three weeks ago before the ice on the road became a problem.
Today we took another short trip up to Manastash 1 of Manastash Ridge via Westberg Trail.
We spent another day out east to Taunton Benchmark on Saddle Mountains near Othello, Washington.
The last-minute plan to Whiskey Dick Wildlife Area put us on the trail at 2 PM. A super late start!
After a visit to the San Juan Islands, we went east to Steamboat Rock, hoping for the afternoon sunshine.
In addition to the main summit, we added Long View Peak and Clay Pit Peak to get in some exercise.