Summitted with Ryan C.. Good weather. WA CoGPP 30/39
Easy hike and was interesting to go past an old camp site I used to use with my friends back in 2000's. Still there and was a stack of pallets just like we used to bring up. Seems like someone is still using it. Near the summit make sure to find the slope with ferns otherwise the bushwhacking is very dense brush. Good luck it is a great hike and some wonderful views.
I did this with the forefathers of county prom bagging, Roper and Klenke. After John Kirk discovered that Larch Mtn, which I had done previously, was not the COGPP for Clark County we had to come back to get Green to clean this one up. We did it from the SW, mostly on roads but with a bit of schwhacking.
This was the third of three CoGPPs reached in a single-day that involved a lot of driving and road-hiking. Hiking along the logging road until near the summit was enjoyable. Then came the final 0.1 miles, which was perhaps the thickest bushwhack I had ever experienced. While at the summit area, I found a slope of bracken that led to/from the summit area and greatly dissipated the amount of bushwhacking needed. The southern viewpoint at ~1950' was worth the hike, on it own!