Hawkins Mountain

Hawkins Mountain is a prominent peak accessible from both the Salmon La Sac and Teanaway drainages with great views to the east and west

Driving Directions

About 5 mi past Salmon La Sac, then right on Camp Creek road (probably not marked).  Up about .4 mi then on the right, just before the road ends at some maintained cabins.  There is a nice trailhead camping on the site of an old burned down cabin.

Ascent Route

Follow the Big Boulder Creek trail south (USGS shows the first part as an old road ). At about 3,600 ft the trail turns southeast. Go about that same distance until the trail crosses the major southwest flowing creek.   Cross the creek and leave the trail.  Ascend ridge to Point 5202 and continue up to the summit. 

From the top, either descend the same route, or follow the west ridge to the saddle at 6,000 ft and drop t down the west side to the old 4X4 road.  Follow its switchbacks down the valley.

  • Difficulty: Technical 3, Strenuous 3
  • Length: 7.0 mi
  • Elevation Gain: 3,700 ft
  • 7,160 ft
Map
  • Green Trails Mt Stuart No. 209
  • USGS Davis Peak
Activities

Upcoming Activities

Winter Scramble - Hawkins Mountain

Scrambling Trip
Sun is expected for Saturday so we should get good views.
Difficulty: Technical 3, Strenuous 3
Sat, Oct 31, 2020
Prerequisites
3 participants
Registration closed Oct 29
Seattle Branch
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