Alpine Scramble - Fish Eagle 7095

Fish Eagle 7095

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6:30 AM at Issaquah P&R
Fish Eagle Peak (also known as Solomon Peak) is the unofficial name for point 7095 at the head of Scatter Creek in the Alpine Lakes Wilderness. It commands a central position between the Stuart Range to the south, and the Mt. Daniel area to the northwest. Technically easy (mostly Class 2), the main challenge in climbing this peak will consist of the many different stream crossings, some of which can be very challenging depending upon conditions. The Scatter Creek trail, which gives access to the peak, is also a very steep and rocky trail which shows almost no maintenance. For a nice scramble in a beautiful area that doesn't see much traffic, Fish Eagle is a good option.(Description from Per Fritz's recent trip report, helmets are required. Also we may have to ford a stream or two, so crocs or old shoes for stream crossing are recommended.
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