This was an interesting little peak. Very aesthetic ridge climb to a very pointy summit. June is best, when the Snow Lake Trail is mostly melted out, but still lots of snow on the peak.
Solo, 10 hours and 15 minutes round-trip. I looked for the register but did not find it.
A friend and I hiked up to Snow Lake with our families and then we left them there as we went up to climb. Gets steep in the woods...glad it was dry. Watched guy get rescued from just below The Tooth. For a Broken arm!!!! Found register placed in 2002, no entries since 2008. Kinda hard to see so I think it gets missed. Totally soaked register. Put it inside a register I brought up so now it is a canister in a cansiter.
Also, lost a 2-way radio near the summit....incase you find it and were curious. Trip report with map here http://www.willhiteweb.com/washington/snow_lake_trail/avalanche_mountain_137.htm
On the way down I got a nasty gash on the elbow that when an inch deep after falling on wet heather that sent my elbow into a branch. Branch particles were still in my wound when I was in the hospital.