Everett Alpine Scrambling Rock Field Trip

Field trip: Alpine Scrambling Course

Everett Alpine Scrambling Rock Field Trip - Sam Hill (Leavenworth)

Everett Alpine Scrambling Rock Field Trip

  • For Beginners (Getting Started Series)

Discussed in lecture

This rock field trip is part of the Everett Alpine Scrambling Course. Objectives include minimizing risk during off trail travel on rock, learning "Leave No Trace" principles, continuing to develop competency with map and compass, and gaining skill and strength traveling on slabs and bouldering. Participants will be practicing several basic knots with a 7 mm rope and using the rope for emergency descent over rock. ONLY STUDENTS ENROLLED in the Everett Alpine Scrambling Course are eligible for this field trip.

If you are not enrolled in the Everett course, you must seek permission from your course leadership and the Everett Course to attend.

Route/Place

Sam Hill (Leavenworth)



  • Green Trails Alpine Lakes East (Stuart Range) No. 208SX

    Alpine Lakes Wilderness (ALPS)

    Green Trails Leavenworth No. 178

    USGS Leavenworth
  • See full route/place details.
Roster
Required Equipment

Required Equipment

All gear and equipment required for the Everett Alpine Scrambling Course except ice axe.

Trip Reports
Tags: