Peaks

 

100

 

 

Pursuers

 

88

 

 

Finishers

 

0

 

 

Climbs, scrambles, and hikes to 100 peaks surrounding Mount Rainier. The majority of these peaks lie within Mount Rainier National Park. The Seattle Branch of the Mountaineers Club gives awards for various levels of completion: hiking 15, 25 peaks, 50 peaks, 76 scrambles, and full completion of all 100 peaks. See more on the Mountaineers site: https://www.mountaineers.org/about/branches-committees/seattle-branch/committees/seattle-climbing-committee/seattle-climbing-website/peak-pins

 

Highest peak

Little Tahoma Peak

11,138 ft / 3,394 m

Most prominent peak

Silver King Peak

2,304 ft / 702 m

Most summited peak

Second Burroughs Mountain

32 summits

Most difficult peak

no info yet

Difficulty breakdown

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Top climbing months

September  25%

August   21%

July   18%

"Went out to scramble Denman Peak, Lane Peak and Wapaneyo, but had to turn around because of the weather worsening before reaching Wapaneyo. Car-to-car 7 hours. Denman Peak was easy, although I made it harder than I had to. Coming from the Plumber side, I started scrambling up on the east side of the ridge, but on the way down I discovered that the west side had an easy walk-up trail. After Denman, I continued to Lane Peak. The trail was still good and easy to find, albeit quite slippery with mud (there were a few muddy, slippery places before Denman already). I made my way to the plateau imm" - Lane Peak, mathiasricken, Sep 16, 2018
"Went out to scramble Denman Peak, Lane Peak and Wapaneyo, but had to turn around because of the weather worsening before reaching Wapaneyo. Car-to-car 7 hours. Denman Peak was easy, although I made it harder than I had to. Coming from the Plumber side, I started scrambling up on the east side of the ridge, but on the way down I discovered that the west side had an easy walk-up trail. After Denman, I continued to Lane Peak. The trail was still good and easy to find, albeit quite slippery with mud (there were a few muddy, slippery places before Denman already). I made my way to the plateau imm" - Denman Peak, mathiasricken, Sep 15, 2018
"Went out to scramble Denman Peak, Lane Peak and Wapaneyo, but had to turn around because of the weather worsening before reaching Wapaneyo. Car-to-car 7 hours. Denman Peak was easy, although I made it harder than I had to. Coming from the Plumber side, I started scrambling up on the east side of the ridge, but on the way down I discovered that the west side had an easy walk-up trail. After Denman, I continued to Lane Peak. The trail was still good and easy to find, albeit quite slippery with mud (there were a few muddy, slippery places before Denman already). I made my way to the plateau imm" - Wahpenayo Peak, mathiasricken, Sep 15, 2018
"Weather was too good to stay inside today. Started hiking at Paradise at 6:18, got to Pebble Creek about an hour later. Not all that much snow left, but crampons were nice this early. Made it to Anvil Rock at 9:45, and then went to Camp Muir. Scrambled to the top of Muir Peak around 11, and on the way down I hit the Sugarloaf and McClure Rock. Was down at the car again at 1:45 PM. Great day! Anvil Rock was easy to get to from the Muir Snowfield at about 9400 feet. The base of it is very sandy and loose, though, but once you're through that, it's easy. Muir Peak is also an easy scramble, the" - Anvil Rock, mathiasricken, Sep 6, 2018
"Scrambled Mount Fremont East Peaks 1 and 2, Mount Fremont, Mount Fremont Middle, Point 6771, went to the Mount Fremont Lookout, and then went to the Mount Fremont West ("Sub Freemont") peak. Wonderful solitude in most of the places. The scramble to Mount Fremont East 2 wasn't bad, but there are a lot of loose rocks, and even some big slabs are loose. Be careful what you pull on. After that, went up to Burroughs 3. Still some snow up there. Not on the trail, but could refill my water bottles." - Third Burroughs Mountain, mathiasricken, Sep 2, 2018