Don't know much about this this hike. It will be my first time up to Wauna Point but it looks like a fun little hike. The views on top should be good and from the looks of it we'll even have some nice weather. 68 degrees and partially sunny if predictions can be trusted.
Distance: 9.4 miles
Altitude gain: 3,380 feet
Bring: Ten essentials, lunch, snacks, water, non cotton clothing, sturdy boots.
Snow situation: Odds are that we'll hit some snow towards the top but based on what we found at a slightly higher elevation at the Benson Plateau a couple of weeks ago it might not amount to much. I plan to bring micro spikes but it's not at all a requirement for other members. The hike is in and out so if we do get in to gnarly conditions we can cut the hike short and turn around early. My aim will be to keep the hike moderate as opposed to difficult but I can't fully be trusted with my difficulty ratings.
PARTICIPATE AT YOUR OWN RISK; Northwest Wilderness Group organizers are volunteers. We come prepared to lead you on a trail or off trail hike but assume no liability for your safety getting to or from the trailhead or on the hike. In case of accident, illness, or other incapacity, hikers must pay for their own medical and/or evacuation expenses, whether or not the hiker has specifically authorized them.