Pacific Crest Trail. A long-distance hiking and equestrian trail closely aligned with the highest portion of the Sierra Nevada and Cascade mountain ranges. ~Wikipedia
Alaska Mountain was another place deep in the Alpine Lakes Wilderness accessible via the Pacific Crest Trail.
Dandy Peak was today's backup plan. We were also in the area two years ago on Dandy Mountain.
Nasikelt Peak and Lumiere Ridge were perfect for finding solitude among the list of must-haves.
I'd driven through the hairpin turn on Highway 2 numerous times but never turned onto the road by Tunnel Creek.
Pup and I took advantage of another day of gorgeous weekend weather by visiting this new destination past Kendall Katwalk.
For some reason my friend and I never summited this peak despite being only a couple hundred feet shy of the top.
Climbing Holliway Mountain involved going around Mount Hardy and through Methow River Valley.
After waiting a couple of summers I finally got the opportunity to go revisit the mountain.
Due to the damage from Goode Fire, North Cascades National Park officials had closed off access to Park Creek Trail.
I used this trip as an opportunity to check out crevasse conditions on Little Tahoma before the trip.
Most relaxing and straightforward approach to camp this year on the Pacific Crest Trail (PCT).
I finally checked off Azurite Peak after I tried combining it with Mount Ballard two years ago
I pulled off at the wrong exit and ended up hiking over Summit West ski area.