Hawkins Thimble

Class 4

Driving: 2:20 hrs (Trailhead) Great trip report: http://www.nwhikers.net/forums/viewtopic.php?p=1191502 Seems like people scramble up, but downclimb while being belayed. Gear Helmet Harness Rappel device Team gear Rope A couple cams/nuts Slings

Scatter Peaks

Class 3

2:15 hr drive. Looks like a neat remote scramble, maybe some class 5 options to explore, more photos on WTA https://www.wta.org/go-hiking/hikes/scatter-peak https://www.summitpost.org/scatter-peaks/498453 Another report with photos: http://www.nwhikers.net/forums/viewtopic.php?t=8024794

Naches Peak

Class 3

Good trip report: https://www.wta.org/go-hiking/trip-reports/trip_report.2017-07-06.9110930941 Trailhead: https://goo.gl/maps/YeqqEoqHAxwPPiNF8

Gunn Peak

Class 4

Hike and scramble along Highway 2 <br/> Stats 7 miles round trip 4,600 ft elevation gain Peak elevation: 6,240 ft Things to bring At least 3 liters of water Resources Map (CalTopo Online) SummitPost Map of trailhead Map of some trails Trip Reports 2012 with lots of photos and a video 2014 with photos 2014…

North Face Tiffany Mountain - North Tower Ridge Route

5.8, 6 pitches

https://www.mountainproject.com/route/110624568/north-tower-ridge-route Approach options There’s two approach options. It’s like a 4+ hr drive. From the NW 3.5 miles, 2,300 ft gain on the way in (with 1,300 loss too)

Paisano Pinnacle - West Ridge of Paisano + Burgundy Spire North Face


Approach: at head toward Burgundy Col, at 7,650ft traverse down toward the start of the route. Sounds like some a steep gully that can be a little sketchy, start of route can be hard to find. “The start of the route is located at 48.553059,-120.594153 (elevation 7448′), uphill from the large notch on the ridge.” …

Snow Creek Wall - Orbit

5.8+, 7 pitches

Considered PG13, has some runout. Steph has done it 4 times, and even on her 4th time, she says “never seems as trivial as its grade”. Resources / Credit Mountain Project Steph https://www.lemkeclimbs.com/snow-creek-wall-orbit-58.html Getting there 2:10 hour drive from home 2:00 hour hike? 2.5 miles, 2,200 ft gain, Mountain Project says +/- 1.5 hours 8:00…

Box Ridge

Class 2

Not sure what this is, but it looks like it could have routes on it Might be called “Lobox Mountain” and “Mossy Slab” Lobox TR: http://www.nwhikers.net/forums/viewtopic.php?p=1158732 Lobox has 10-25 ft of class 4