Peaks

 

100

 

 

Pursuers

 

124

 

 

Finishers

 

0

 

 

Designed for peakbaggers in the greater Seattle area, the Home Court 100 includes 100 peaks with at least 500 ft prominence in an accessible region that mostly lies in the Alpine Lakes Wilderness east of Seattle. The rough boundaries of the Home Court 100 are Seattle to the west, US Highway 2 to the north, Deception Creek and Cle Elum River to the east, and I-90 to the south. Created by Jeff Howbert in the early 90s.

 

Highest peak

Mount Daniel

7,965 ft / 2,427 m

Most prominent peak

Mount Daniel

3,480 ft / 1,060 m

Most summited peak

Granite Mountain

85 summits

Most difficult peak

Red Mountain

Class 2

Difficulty breakdown

Class 1/2 1 peak

Top climbing months

July   19%

September  15%

August   14%

"Trip report from 12-year old Terrence from WTA: Hi, we are the '' Mountain Goats" and today we climbed Hibox Peak. At the beginning of the hike you start on the Rachel lake trail and it is pretty flat. Soon you get into Box Canyon and you can see where Hibox peak is, up on the ridge to your right. After 2.3 miles you leave the Rachel Lake trail and head up the Hibox peak trail. The trail is SUPER steep and is never flat, but the views just keep getting better. Almost all of the elevation gain of this hike is after you reach the Rachel Lake trail. The weather became cloudy and the views we" - Hibox Mountain, BryHong8, Sep 8, 2018
"Awesome hike. Beautiful day with 360 degree views of the Cascades. Tons of Blue Berries. Hiked up the ridge on the final ascent and on the normal trail on the descent. Definitely a great workout." - Granite Mountain, joeerickson, Sep 4, 2018
"Wonderful Labor Day hike up Kaleetan Peak! Seen this pointy peak from many different perspectives and expected it to be steeper than it was. Never felt too exposed, great little scramble!" - Kaleetan Peak, Happyjoecappy, Sep 3, 2018
"I did a scramble with the Mountaineers up to Kaleetan Peak. Of the three possible routes, we took one called the "white ledges", which ascends late from the scree-strewn valley above Upper Melakwa Lake. The other two are the "outhouse route", which goes from Melakwa Lake NW up to the ridge, and the "gully route", which goes up to about 5000 ft and then turns west up a steep gully. The White Ledges route goes almost up to Melakwa Pass, then west and around to the south a bit, before ascending up to the ridge on a series of narrow white ledges on a very steep slope. It was a cool scramble. " - Kaleetan Peak, markgarrett, Aug 27, 2018
"Went up P3 then traversed the ridge over to Mount Defiance. Took the old Mason Creek Trial down for a fun challenge. Would have added Web Mountain/West Defiance but it looked to sketch for the 2 dogs with us." - Mount Defiance, Happyjoecappy, Aug 25, 2018