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.
Getting to base camp with good route finding skills, one can certainly enjoy the views abound without ever leaving camp.
I first saw Buckskin Mountain and Entiat River Valley from Seven Fingered Jack, my first Bulger peak.
Hot weather and the unlikelihood of finding a water source on the ridge had me rethink our plan.
Pup and I hiked the Buck Creek Trail four years ago on the way to climbing Buck Mountain.
Pup and I used rest of this week to explore the area hugely affected by the 2017 Diamond Creek Fire.
This finally happened eight years after our initial attempt! Nice to revisit and cross the mountain off my redo list.
First backpacking trip with the pup this season; Pasayten Wilderness was calling our names!
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.
Climbing Holliway Mountain involved going around Mount Hardy and through Methow River Valley.
After yesterday's trip to McLeod Mountain, pup and I car camped near Washington Pass to climb the next day.
Officially kicked off my summer peakbagging endeavors on this Memorial Day weekend.
My original plan was to climb Mount Rolo one day and Devils Peak the next day before returning to the trailhead...
Middle Fork Pasayten River Valley access restrictions had just been lifted a few days ago.
Pup and I arrived at the Phelps Creek Trailhead late Friday to a lot full of trucks now that the hunting season had begun.
Due to wildfires in the last couple of years, the Entiat River Road had only been accessible to mile 32.
Two things I did differently on this trip and both had both worked out quite well.