Mount Pilchuck

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Stewardship - Mount Pilchuck

Maintenance on the lookout can range from cleaning, painting and repairs depending on needs and weather.

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  • Moderate
  • Mileage: 5.4 mi
  • Elevation Gain: 2,200 ft

Meet at Mt. Pilchuck trail head: 8am

 

Maintenance on the lookout can vary in difficulties from early season snow where scrambling may be needed, climbing on ladders, lifting, pushing, pulling material, swinging a hammer and using power tools. Also scraping, sanding and painting may be done. And being on a mountain top there is always sun, wind, rain, snow, and maybe all in one day.

You must contact earthhumor@comcast.net with your contact information. Phone number, email address, emergency contact, member or non-member of the Mountaineers.

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Mount Pilchuck


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Required Equipment

Required Equipment

The Ten Essentials

Water and food for days working. Work cloths, work gloves, eye protection, hard hat or helment ( some helments will be provided). Ski poles may be handy for the hike.

 

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