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Mt Fremont - 2 October 2014

Summit: 
W7W/RS-005

Mt Fremont – W7W/RS-005 – 2 October 2014

Mt Fremont is accessed from the Sunrise Visitor Center, elevation 6400 ft,  in Mt Rainier National Park.  My GPS tracks reveal that I walked 5.0 miles RT and gained approx 900 ft.

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14 September 2014 - Tahtlum Peak

Summit: 
W7W/MC-023

14 September 2014   Tahtlum Peak   W7W/MC-023

Directions are from the Seattle Mountaineers book-  Guide to 100 Hikes at Mt Rainier National Park:

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Bandera Mtn 28 October, 2013

Summit: 
W7W/KG-073

28 October, 2013    Bandera Mtn    W7W/KG-073

Our original hiking destination for this day was going to be 7000 ft Norse Peak, an 8 pointer, near Crystal Mtn Ski Resort, a bit north and east of Mt Rainier National Park.  The Mt Rainier WX report predicted 30-40 MPH winds at Paradise and Camp Muir in the National Park.  We took off for our backup hiking destination:  Bandera Mtn.

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Goat Peak 13 Oct, 2013

Summit: 
W7W/MC-026

Goat Peak - W7W/MC-026 – 13 October, 2013

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SOTA Activation of Silver King Mtn - AKA Crystal Mtn

Summit: 
W7W/RS-010

I Was 34 Years Old Again - SOTA Activation of Silver King Mtn - W7W/RS-010

 

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Gobblers Knob July 28, 2013

Summit: 
W7W/RS-050

Sunday, July 28, 2013 myself, Pat WT7N, her bro Mike, and Chuck AC7QN hiked to Gobblers Knob- which is located in Mt Rainier National Park, WA State.  There’s two ways to get to Gobblers Knob.  We chose the shorter route that approaches from the west via Forest Rd 59 instead of the longer Westside Road route.

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Rattlesnake Mtn June 10, 2013

Summit: 
W7W/KG-113

Rattlesnake Mtn is part of King County's "Big Backyard" series of  hikes.  There is a trail head at the northwest end of the mountain at Snoqualmie Point and at the southeast end at Rattlesnake Lake.  Walking from TH to TH is about 11 miles.  We took the RS Lake route which is 4.3 miles and gains ~2500 ft to the summit.