Camp Muir & Anvil Rock

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Winter Scramble - Camp Muir & Anvil Rock

Priority is for Kitsap Scramble Course students who have completed all classes and field trips for the course. Registration opens to any other qualified person two weeks prior to the trip.

  • Snow Scramble, Winter Scramble
  • Challenging
  • Mileage: 10.0 mi
  • Elevation Gain: 4,600 ft
  • High Point Elevation: 10,000 ft
  • Pace: Sweating

We'll meet at Longmire before the gate opens and wait for the gate to open. We will hike/climb to Camp Muir on day 1 and camp there for the night. In the morning (Saturday), we'll hike down and go to Anvil Rock and then proceed back to the cars at Paradise. Details to come via email in the week prior to the trip. Park entrance fees are applicable.

This can be a hard slog for some or an enjoyable long walk for others. It really depends on your own conditioning and attitude. Let's make it an enjoyable long walk!

A NOTE ON CONDITIONING - You need to be in good shape for this. That does not mean that you go to the gym a lot! That means that you are actively and regularly putting on a pack with weight and hiking several miles. That is the only way to really get in good shape for these kinds of activities. I expect you to, and the team depends on you to, be in good shape, capable of doing this trip. Please be ready. This is not an elitist thing. It is a safety matter.

Winter trips are always a roll of the dice. Conditions can vary and change the plans last minute. we're hoping for good conditions and weather that make for a great day! In any case, this is a long day. A good size lunch and a few snacks will be needed. Also, it is likely that there will not be water available on the route. You will need to carry all your water for the day. I recommend 4 liters.

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Camp Muir & Anvil Rock


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