Post Tagged with: "Alpine Wilderness"

Bandera Trail Report

Bandera Trail Report

Trail Report from Bandera Mtn. May 28, 2012 View Larger Map Location:  Bandera Mtn., Alpine Lake Wilderness Region:  Snoqualmie Pass — Snoqualmie Pass Agency:  Mt. Baker – Snoqualmie National Forest, Snoqualmie Ranger District This trail report covers the following trails: Ira Spring trail # 1038 Getting there: From Seattle take I-90 east to Exit 45*.  Take a left onto Forest Service […]

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Mt. Rainier

McClellan Butte S240

Clellan Butte S24O July 8-9, 2010 Last weekend I decided I was going hiking after work one day this week. I also decided it was time to finish this hike. A few years back I had broken my wrist at Seward Park racing my road bike and while recovering I made an attempt to summit McClellan Butte. After much snow […]

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Lake Lillian S24O

Lake Lillian S24O

So this Saturday I went for my first S24O.  I decided on Lake Lillian since it’s easily accessible and not too long of a hike (worried I’d aggravate my hurt foot).  I packed more gear than I needed since I didn’t know what to expect at the elevation I was going to.  I wanted to be able to fall back […]

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Going Sub 24 Today

A quick stop for some Chipotle and then it’s off to the woods. Going on my first S24O (sub 24 hour overnight) of the year. Check back soon for photos and trip report. Scatman

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My goals for 2010 and beyond

My original plan for 2010 was as my Superfeet video said, a solo 24 hour mountain bike race, a 100 mile mountain bike race, various other mountain bike races, hikes, and circumnavigating Mt. Hood by MTB.  Due to major cut backs I’ve had to switch gears.  I’ll get a few mtb races in but not the solo or 100 mile […]

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Granite Mountain

This past winter I climbed Granite Mountain for the second time.  It was a beautiful day as you can see from these videos. Enjoy!

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Stevens to Snoqualmie Pass 2005

Even though this is an old trail report I wanted it here on my post as a reference for you the reader. I started on a Friday night around 6:30 pm, Labor Day Weekend.  My first goal was to reach Trap Pass, 13 miles in to my hike.  I arrived at Trap Pass around 10:30 PM and was asleep by […]

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Necklace Valley Hike

Necklace Valley Hike

I’ve been to Necklace Valley twice now.  This hike was number #2.  The first time I went I attempted to climb the head wall at the top of the valley but without crampons or an ice axe I was destined to hurt myself so I made the decision to turn back.  My goal was just to reach the top. Top […]

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