one hike a week circa 2010
Second hundred highest peaks of Washington with 400 feet or greater of clean prominence.
Compared with its west fork counterpart, East Fork Buttermilk Trail (#420) felt much like a walk in the park.
West Fork Buttermilk Creek Valley was the first area in Lake Chelan-Sawtooth Wilderness we had visited
Coincidentally, the late afternoon start time was the same as our first trip six years ago when pups and I climbed Gardner Mountains.
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.
Pup and I got a restful night at the South Creek Campground after yesterday’s outing.
It had been a great summer with ever so gorgeous weather.
After witnessing the beauty of the Picket Range from Luna Peak earlier this season, I couldn’t wait to see more from another perspective.
I had completely underestimated the scale of Pasayten Wilderness on our first visit to the area three years ago.
Pup and I car camped Friday night in the pullout parking off Highway 20 to get an early start.
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