Washington State second hundred highest peaks (T200). The ranked high points have 400 feet or higher of clean prominence.
Pup and I were supposed to climb the mountain same weekend we climbed the Napeequa peaks.
Getting to base camp with good route finding skills, one can certainly enjoy the views abound without ever leaving camp.
I first took notice of the beautifully glaciated Entiat River Valley atop my first of the Washington highest peaks.
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.
We accessed this tucked away high point by using the same initial approach for Mount Hardy.
After yesterday's trip to McLeod Mountain, pup and I car camped near Washington Pass to get in another climb the next day.
Officially kicked off my summer peakbagging endeavors on this Memorial Day weekend.