Monday, November 11, 2013

Fagin's Hike of the Week- Mt Washington

Updated 11-11-2013
Hike off of I-90 west of Snoq Pass. No snowshoes are needed now but that will change soon.No snow on trail on Monday 11-11.
Mt. Rainier from the top with Lenticular clouds

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Looking north with Mt. Baker in distance
Mt. Rainier
View towards the north
Driving Directions: From Seattle drive east on I-90 to exit 38. Turn right (south) o turn right again into Olallie State Park/Twin Falls into lot. Need Discover Pass.

Trail Stats: Walk trail from west end of parking top and then come to John Wayne Pioneer Trail  and go right (west). Walk a short distance less than 1/8 of a mile and find unmarked trail on left. Then follow this trail. Then at about 3 miles come to an unsigned junction and turn left.  Continue to top at 4340 feet as 9.1 miles roundtrip and 3100 foot gain.

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Disclaimer: There are many factors which you should consider in deciding whether to proceed with an outing, including the visible weather at the trailhead, the strength and experience of the party, snow and avalanche conditions, route conditions, etc. You are the final decision maker whether to proceed. West Coast Weather, LLC dba Washington Online Weather cannot be held liable for loss or injury arising from your decision to proceed, and expressly disclaims all liability related thereto. Redmond, Washington USA. Also, please bring map-compass and GPS to help with trail directions as our directions are our best estimate.

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