6,044 ft / 1,842 m


2,120 ft / 646 m


1 summit

Top climbing months

June   100%

"A terrific hike with views that are worth the forest slog. The easiest route is from Forest Service road 37, which splits off from road 59 at about 2.8 miles. Note that Peggy Goldman's 2nd edition of the Washington Scrambles book incorrectly tells you to turn left onto this road (it’s a right). You can go another mile or so down this road before it dead ends on a large root wad and a small land slide near Goat Creek. We got in with a low-clearance hatchback (barely), but wouldn’t want to do it if it had rained recently. There’s a bit of a washout a few hundred yards before the end that you" - TynanRammGranberg, Jun 23, 2015



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