Seattle Branch 50 Peaks in Mount Rainier National Park

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Seattle Branch 50 Peaks in Mount Rainier National Park

A peak pin and badge for climbing 50 peaks in Mount Rainier National Park.

About the Award

Climb any 50 of these peaks to earn the Seattle Branch 50 Peaks in Mount Rainier National Park, a badge for your profile and a pin to wear. Most are scrambles, but a some of the peaks require glacier travel and/or rock climbing expertise.

  • Andrew Benchmark (6,716 ft)
  • Antler Peak (7,017 ft)
  • Anvil Rock (9,584 ft)
  • Arthur Peak (5,465 ft)
  • August Peak (4,680 ft)
  • Aurora Peak (6,094 ft)
  • Bald Rock (5,409)
  • Banshee Peak (7,400 ft)
  • Barrier Peak (6,521 ft)
  • Bearhead Mountain (6,089 ft)
  • Bearhead Mountain,
    East Peak (6,041 ft)
  • Berry Peak (5,120 ft)
  • Boundary Peak (6,760 ft)
  • Brown Peak (6,322 ft)
  • Buell Peak (5,756 ft)
  • Burroughs Mountain (7,828 ft)
  • Castle Peak (6,120 ft)
  • Chinook Peak (6,904 ft)
  • Chutla Peak (6,000 ft)
  • Copper Mountain (6,280 ft)
  • Cowlitz Chimneys (7,605 ft)
  • Cowlitz Chimneys,
    Central Peak (7,421 ft)
  • Cowlitz Rocks (7,450 ft)
  • Crescent Mountain (6,715 ft)
  • Crystal Mountain (6,998 ft)
  • Crystal Peak (6,595 ft)
  • Dege Peak (7,006 ft)
  • Denman Peak (6,006 ft)
  • Dewey Peak (6,710 ft)
  • Dixon Mountain (5,134 ft)
  • Double Peak (6,199 ft)
  • Eagle Peak (5,958 ft)
  • Echo Rock (7,870 ft)
  • Fay Peak (6,492 ft)
  • First Burroughs Mountain
    (7,160 ft)
  • First Mother Mountain
    (6,480 ft)
  • Florence Peak (5,508 ft)
  • Goat Island Mountain
    (7,288 ft)
  • Gobblers Knob (5,485 ft)
  • Gove Peak (5,310 ft)
  • Governors (Ridge ft)
  • Hessong Rock (6,385 ft)
  • Howard Peak (5,683 ft)
  • Iron Mountain (6,283 ft)
  • Lane Peak (6,012 ft)
  • Little Tahoma (1,113 ft)
  • Manatee Mountain (6,524 ft)
  • Marcus Peak (6,962 ft)
  • Martin Peak (4,880 ft)
  • McNeeley Peak (6,786 ft)
  • Meany Crest (7,080 ft)
  • Mineral Mountain (6,500 ft)
  • Mount Ararat (6,010 ft)
  • Mount Fremont (7,317 ft)
  • ount Pleasant (6,454 ft)
  • Mount Ruth (8,690 ft)
  • Mount Wow (6,040 ft)
  • Naches Peak (6,452 ft)
  • Norse Peak (6,856 ft)
  • Observation Rock (8,364 ft)
  • Old Baldy Mountain (5,796 ft)
  • Old Desolate (7,137 ft)
  • Palisades Peak (7,040 ft)
  • Paul Peak (4,800 ft)
  • Pigeon Peak (4,280 ft)
  • Pinnacle Peak (6,562 ft)
  • Pitcher Mountain (5,941 ft)
  • Plummer Peak (6,370 ft)
  • Pyramid Peak (6,937 ft)
  • Redstone Peak (5,680 ft)
  • Satulick Mountain (5,577 ft)
  • Scarface (6,108 ft)
  • Second Burroughs Mountain
    (7,402 ft)
  • Second Mother Mountain
    (6,375 ft)
  • Seymour Peak (6,337 ft)
  • Shriner Peak (5,834 ft)
  • Skyscraper Mountain (7,078 ft)
  • Sluiskin Mountain,
    The Chief (7,026 ft)
  • Sluiskin Mountain,
    The Squaw (6,960 ft)
  • South Slide Mountain (6,620 ft)
  • Steamboat Prow (9,720 ft)
  • Stevens Peak (6,560 ft)
  • Sweet Peak (4,560 ft)
  • Tahtlum Peak (6,567 ft)
  • Tamanos Mountain (6,790 ft)
  • Tatoosh Peak (6,310 ft)
  • The Castle (6,440 ft)
  • Third Mother Mountain
    (5,804 ft)
  • Three Way Peak (6,796 ft)
  • Tirzah Peak (5,208 ft)
  • Tokaloo Rock (7,684 ft)
  • Tolmie Peak (5,920 ft)
  • Tumtum Peak (4,678 ft)
  • Tyee Peak (6,000 ft)
  • Unicorn Peak (6,971 ft)
  • Virginia Peak (4,880 ft)
  • Wahpenayo Peak (6,231 ft)
  • Wallace Peak (5,760 ft)
  • Whitman Crest (9,323 ft)
  • Yakima Peak (6,226 ft)

View this list on peakbagger.com

How to Obtain

Climb or scramble all of the peaks while a current member of The Mountaineers. The climbs must be made in accordance with the Climbing Code. The climbs can be private trips and with non-Mountaineers team members.

Contact

Contact the Seattle Branch Climbing Committee Chair.