Mount Pilchuck


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 with your contact information. Phone number, email address, emergency contact, member or non-member of the Mountaineers.


participants will earn:


Mount Pilchuck

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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