June 9, 2011
I think so.
7.5, not speed-wise but more in terms of varied terrain experience.
Most difficult : Putvin Trail and then climbed Mt. Stone. Favorites , North to South: Ptarmigan Ridge, Park Butte, Sahale Arm, Gothic Basin, Mystic Lake/Curtis Ridge, Spray Park/Ptarmigan Ridge, Burroughs Mtn., Snowgrass Flats/Goat Lake, Adams Highline, Bird Creek Meadows, Siouxon Creek, Dog Mountain, Table Mountain, Multnomah-Wahkeena loop, Barrett Spur, McNeil Point, Silver Falls, Jefferson Park, Obsidian/Sunshine Loop, Chambers Lakes
Spider Gap, Yellow Aster Butte, Mt. Dickerman, Nooksack Cirque
I moved to Seattle from Portland a few years ago. I have done a lot of hiking in Oregon and SW Washington. I want to explore all the new trails this area has to offer. I like to go slow, enjoy the views, and take photos.