Nearly three weeks into the fall and I’m still cathing up on summer trip photos.
Pup and I arrived at the Phelps Creek Trailhead late Friday to a lot full of trucks now that the hunting season had begun.
Five years had passed since we first visited Sawtooth Slam peaks. The mixed use Crater Creek Trail was especially popular among biking enthusiasts.
Several parties mentioned in their reports that this peak had since been added to their "do not repeat" (DNR) list.
Five miles in from the Cedar Creek Trailhead, we crossed a good size stream at 4,500′.
Pup and I car camped at the empty White Pine Creek Trailhead Fright night.
Another late morning start, Road 4052/4054 junction was empty but decorated with some beer cans.
Last backpacking trip to wrap up the climbing season, which had been a great one.
Amazing many of these obscure peaks in Inner Mountain Highway area have taken us on roads or trails I never knew existed.
After years of staring at this mountain from various summits south of Middle Fork Snoqualmie River, it finally happened.