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Peak 6333, MT| May, 2019

Summit: 
W7M/CL-154

1.3 mi, +780 feet

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Taylor Benchmark, MT| May, 2019

Summit: 
W7M/BE-181

1.3 mi, +680 feet

This is a good early season summit and is also suitable for bicycle access.

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South Badger Ridge, MT| May, 2019

Summit: 
W7M/BE-182

There are a number of options to access this summit.  It can likely be nearly a drive-up if it is approached from Hwy-278 to the north going south past Road Agent’s Rock.  It may also be accessed from the town of Bannack year-round.  Bannack was originally the territorial capital of Montana and is now a historic ghost-town state park that is well worth visiting.  We accessed the summit by foll

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Proper (legal) access to North Grand Ridge, 27 Jan 2019

Summit: 
W7W/KG-137

North Grand Ridge is an easy summit to activate with a short (3.4 mile RT, ~600' elevation gain).  The summit might be considered part of the "Issaquah Alps" series of summits that include Tiger Mountain, West Tiger Mountain, South Tiger Mountain, Taylor Mountain, and Rattle Snake Mountain.  This report provides details on how to legally access the activation zone (AZ) and summit.

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Ebey Hill, WA | Nov 2018

Summit: 
W7W/SN-169

No access... (or no easy access?)

When I started learning about SOTA in late 2018, it sounded fun to activate a new summit.  I tried for Ebey Hill in Snohomish County.

From Highway 530, I turned right onto Jim Creek Rd and was hoping to drive up Ebey Mountain Road.  Very clear "Do Not Enter - Private Road" sign posted.  Also drove further up Jim Creek Rd, and tried to access from Riley Lake area on East side.  

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Bunker Hill, Oregon | Dec 2019

Summit: 
W7O/NC-038

 

My Automotive GPS did a pretty good job getting me to Bunker Hill. However, I did need to turn around once and do some reconnoitering. To help the next activator here are some specific directions.