Washington State Top 100 Peaks (T100)
Washington State’s first hundred highest peaks (T100). Every high point holds 400 feet or higher of clean prominence as the Washington State Top 200 Peaks (T200). The list also includes 93 of the Bulger List peaks.
Tricouni Peak was going to be our season opener over Memorial Day weekend.
Mount Olympus didn't enter my mind until this summer, but it's quite famous among mountaineers.
Spider Mountain is one of the four high points along the Ptarmigan Traverse on my bucket list.
Spire Point stands right off the famous Ptarmigan Traverse. But most people would overlook it for Dome Peak.
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.
Kololo Peaks are part of an extensive mountain range south of Glacier Peak that straddles four glaciers.
Gilbert Peak was my objective two years ago until I drove up to the seven-mile road closure sign.
Pup and I have been chasing after big mountains nonstop since Memorial Day weekend.
Like Genius, my effort to include the peak in two other trips was also to no avail.
Last-minute plan change led to tackling possibly the last big mountain of the season.
McLeod Fire in mid August forced the closure of many roads and trails near Mazama.
Corteo Peak hadn't always been on the radar despite having taken notice from various mountaintops over the years.
Now and then it's a real treat to climb a peak like this where the entire route was visible.
Fisher Peak looming above Fisher Creek Basin
Highway 20 felt very much like a ghost town on my drive to Easy Pass Trailhead.
Pup and I were supposed to climb the mountain same weekend we climbed the Napeequa peaks.