Hiked with my Mountaineers SIG group for training & belay/knot practice.
Cold & rainy few hours in the parking lot up top. But the gray jays were around; one even alit on my finger momentarily until it realized I was not giving food.
Was hoping to see the camp robbers again this year but they were not around :(
Hiked this with my daughter as we were visiting my parents who live in Sequim. This was my first peak in the Olympic forest. A nice easy hike. Would have been nice to have fewer clouds but still had decent views.
Was going to do Mount Townsend but the trailhead was snowed in so we settled for Walker.
Drive up on the way back from hikes in the Olympics.
Couldn't see more than 50' from the viewpoint. Camp Robber bird kept us busy though. The trail is in great shape and easy to follow. I will need to return here on a clear day.
Nice rest stop on the way up 101.
Nice views and hiking.
It's highly discouraging after a steep hike to get to the summit only to find a parking lot full of cars and tons of people who just drove to the top. I would never hike this trail again. Not that it's a bad trail, but if I were to go to Walker again I'd just drive.
Drove up after wrestling through wildfire blowdowns on the Duckabush trail all day, so, half credit...
Easy with beautiful views.
A quick hike up.
Went to Mount Walker on the way to Port Angeles. Two viewpoints to the north and south.
This was our back up plan for the weekend.
Probably did this one 2006. The road was open but I took the trail.
Road was gated. Hit compacted snow and ice on the trail around 1,000' below the summit. Little slick, good views at both viewpoints. We bagged and tagged every highpoint we could find...
We had done Mt. Wow earlier in the day and picked this one up before we headed up to the trailhead for Mt. Stone. Some really nice views from up there.
Someday, sometime. Never saw much in the way of views on this one.