A United States National Park located in Washington State featuring the rugged mountain peaks of the North Cascades Range and the most expansive glacial system in the contiguous United States. ~Wikipedia
Mount Torment was my final technical climb on the Washington State Top 200 Peaks list.
Mount Degenhardt was my third and final trip to the Pickets this season after last week.
Mount Fury has been on my radar in recent years. But the remoteness has had me put it on hold until now.
Mount Challenger West Peak could have been part of our Northern Picket Traverse three years ago.
Mad Eagle Peak by Mount Redoubt was the last big mountain to reach my personal goal for the season.
Devils Tongue by the Canadian border was going to be our Labor Day weekend trip this year.
Johannesburg Mountain was a no-go. But I stuck around on my last day to explore something else.
Tricouni Peak was going to be our season opener over Memorial Day weekend.
As the weather outlook worsened, we had to forego Saturday due to the high possibility of rain and snow.
Climbers sometimes referred to this obscure high point as Hellfire Peak.
Corteo Peak hadn't always been on the radar despite having taken notice from various mountaintops over the years.
Fisher Peak looming above Fisher Creek Basin
Highway 20 felt very much like a ghost town on my drive to Easy Pass Trailhead.
Getting to base camp with good route finding skills, one can certainly enjoy the views abound without ever leaving camp.
Ever since my trip to Snowfield Peak three years ago, I had been itching to come back for some of the other peaks in the area.
I first took notice of Oakes Peak from the summit of Damnation Peak, first high point I climbed between Goodall and Bacon Creek drainages.
Bacon Creek Road (NF-1060) was clear of obstacles and with a dusting of snow beyond the first mile.