Snoqualmie Mountain (winter)


Winter Scramble - Snoqualmie Mountain (winter)

Snoqualmie Mtn (winter)

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  • Winter Scramble
  • Mileage: 7.0 mi
  • Elevation Gain: 3,200 ft
7:00 AM at Issaquah Transit Center Park and Ride

Meet inside the Issquah Transit Center parking garage on the first floor in the Northeast corner at 7:00 AM
Call me on my cell phone at 425-442-6411 if you are running late and want us to wait for you.

Please note that this is quite a strenuous trip, especially if there is much soft snow.

- Snowshoes with agressive points on the bottom such as MSR.
- Avalanche Becon - Required.
- Avalanche shovel and/or probe. We should have 4 of each for the group. Please bring one or both if you can
- No crampons are needed.

We will park at the Summit West Ski Area, then walk under the freeway and 200 yards up the road toward Alpental just past the Salahie Ski Hill.
From there we will proceed up the hill, counter-clockwise around the back of Guye Peak and up to Cave Ridge between Guye and Snoqualmie.
If avalanche conditions are OK, we will then proceed up the south ridge of Snoqualmie.
We will return the same way.


Snoqualmie Mountain (winter)

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