Mt Pugh

  • August 25, 2012 · 7:00 AM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This event is not a hike.  It's an off-trail scramble on steep terrain (dirt and rock) with some sections of exposure where a fall could result in serious injury or worse.

Participants must have alpine scrambling experience and frequently hike difficult trails such as Mailbox Peak, Mt Si, and Granite Mountain.

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To signup, follow these 4 steps:

1) Read our meetup group's About page

2) Click this link to read the description for a Class 2 scramble: Climbing Washington's Mountains

3) RSVP to join the "Wait List"

4) Answer the 2 RSVP questions

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Elevation gain: 5,500 feet

Distance: 11 miles roundtrip

Pace: Moderate (approximately 1,000 feet of elevation gain per hour)

Duration: 6 to 9 hours roundtrip

Permit: NW Forest Pass

Maximum participants: 6

Dogs: Not allowed.

Gear: Headlamp, sturdy boots, water, and lunch

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  • Brian

    While Pugh barely qualifies as an alpine scramble, it's an exceptional peak which requires a great deal of physical exertion to summit. It took us 5 hours to summit and 3.5 hours to descend. Total elevation gain was 5,600 feet. Comfortable temps and minimal bugs made for an even more enjoyable day.

    August 26, 2012

  • Brian

    Todd, I emailed you my cell # and the park and ride location.

    August 24, 2012

    • Todd

      got it. See you in the morning

      August 24, 2012

  • David F

    Hi Brian, have you had good results in the past posting strenuous climbs on Meet Up? I have thought of putting climbs on the calendar but have been concerned about people’s preparedness for a hike like Pugh or Three Fingers.

    August 22, 2012

    • Brian

      Via meetup, I've had success with finding qualified scrambling partners. Not every member knows the meaning of 'alpine scramble' which is why I created and use my 4-step signup process.

      August 23, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    All I can say is...Good Luck!

    August 22, 2012

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