Neat page Dean. Thanks for the contribution.
A great page on a peak in an area that has not been sufficiently represented on SP!
Another (Red Mtn. was inspired by you and Bob) great idea for us :) - definitely would like to do a trip or two there (NE WA) this upcoming (not fast enough!!!) summer. Thank you for posting!
Nice page, Dean! And, the fact that there are caribou and grizzlies make it more interesting and alluring.
No shit! Ya beat me to it (it was slated for next year for me).
I look forward to your trip report or summit log report (and some pics of course) when you do this one.
I just happened to go here to check on the WA County Highpoints group. I saw you've accidentally used "Abercrombie Peak" in several places. It is Abercrombie Mountain. Also, in the Overview you've got prominence misspelled.
Another great page Dean!
I liked your idea about the county highpoints but alas, some of them aren't mountains nor very exciting. Most of the ones in Washington / Oregon are worthwhile objectives in and of themselves but some are just high spots in ranch or farm country. The county highpointing site has a U.S. map which you can click on and bring up each state and its counties. I have linked to that on my Abercrombie page so hopefully that might satisfy anyone who'd like to know more.
I appreciate your comments and the vote. Let me wish you a Happy New Year.
Very nice page!
Fine page on the tallest err second tallest in NE Washington. I did not know there were Grizzlies in Wa. nor did I know that the Selkirk Caribou herd extended into Wa. Once they are gone i think its difficult to get them back. In the 1960's and 1990's some Newfoundland woodland Caribou were realeased on the Ktaadn Tableland but I think they all died , particularly from bears. The last native ones were shot around 1900
Thank you for the vote and comments. Believe it or not, it wasn't until this year that I was aware that there were caribou in this state. I was aware of the grizzlies but thought more of them were in the Okanagon portion (central north) part. This part of washington is so much different from what I have been used to (Cascades). The grizzlies add a certain amount of excitement to the hiking, that is for sure. Happy New Year to you and yours.
Thanks for putting together this really neat page about a little-known summit. I also like the idea of putting together a group of county high point pages.
Very interesting. thanks for posting.
Dean, there are a lot of great mountain pages on SP, but the information and how you present it on this page indicated to me a strong sense of passion and how much you must have enjoyed Abercrombie. That give the page a really unique and nice touch.
I am impressed and fascinated with all the info and pictures. Very nice job!
Well done. A very nice page indeed.
Nice job. Cheers William
This is really good
All the right info is here. Great job.