Nice page with good descriptions on this mountain which is somewhat higher than Mt. Goode.
Washington has 10 9ers not related to volcanoes, and now all but one of them has been submitted to SP. I believe I remember that Paul has climbed the last one, Mt. Logan (9,087'), so I'm hoping he'll work on it soon. -Bob
I have not climbed Logan yet. Saw it plenty last weekend from the Klawatti-Primus-Austera area. Logan is a big mountain.
Great job, Paul. You beat me to this one. :-)
Damn, Paul! How many mountains have you climbed? :-)
Great page as usual.
Alan, the last I knew Paul had climbed I believe 68 of Washington's 100 highest peaks (just for starters), so he's got a lot more to go! -Bob
70 now after doing Primus and Klawatti last weekend. Could have been 71 if the last 100 feet of Austera hadn't been too icy dicey.
What an impressive peak. Looks like it was overdue for a listing here.
Great job as always Paul! But I have a question - you said this was the last time you would quote me on the drive up the Chiwawa River. Aren't you going to submit Chiwawa Mountain?
Yeah, maybe I'll write up a new approach description for that one. Or maybe I'll shamelessly quote you again. The latter involves so many less neuron transactions.
Well, from everything else I can observe, you seem to have a huge surplus of neuro-transmitters, but you're certainly more than welcome to keep quoting.
Another excellent submission from the "SP 1200-point man of mystery". ;-)
Excellent page. Very useful information.
Thinking about a Maude/Seven Fingered Jack/Fernow 3-day weekend this summer. Glad to see this page is up on SP now. Nice job. Hope I get to do this one now.
As always, thanks for the info on the approaches. Very helpful.
I am thinking of climbing fernow this summer what route do you suggest and what kind of gear. Otherwise escellent page.