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Mountaineers Everett Peaks

All 3 Groups Together

RankPeak Elev-M
(Avg)
Range (Level 6) Prom-M
(Avg)
1.Whitehorse Mountain2091Three Fingers-Whitehorse671
2.Big Four Mountain1884Monte Cristo AreaNull
3.Jumbo Mountain1786Three Fingers-Whitehorse561
4.Liberty Mountain1737Three Fingers-Whitehorse658
5.Mount Stickney1615Ragged Ridge536
6.Mount PersisNullIndex-Tolt AreaNull
6.Silver Tip PeakNullMonte Cristo AreaNull
6.Baring MountainNullWild SkyNull
6.Merchant PeakNullWild SkyNull
6.Mount IndexNullIndex-Tolt AreaNull
6.Del Campo PeakNullMonte Cristo AreaNull
6.Gunn PeakNullWild SkyNull
6.Vesper PeakNullMonte Cristo AreaNull
6.Spire MountainNullWild SkyNull
6.Sloan PeakNullMonte Cristo AreaNull
6.Mount PughNullPugh-BlackNull
6.Cadet PeakNullMonte Cristo AreaNull
6.Columbia PeakNullMonte Cristo AreaNull
6.Mount ChavalNullBuckindy-Snowking AreaNull
6.White Chuck MountainNullWhite Chuck AreaNull
6.Three FingersNullThree Fingers-WhitehorseNull

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List Description

The Mountaineers Club's Everett Peak Pin is awarded to those who have climbed 18 of the 21 peaks on this list, with the additional requirement that the 18 peaks be composed of six each from three sub-lists of seven peaks each. The three sub-lists are the Monte Cristo Group (same as Range above), the Index Group (Index-Tolt, Wild Sky, and Ragged Ridge Ranges above), and the Darrington Group (Chaval, Jumbo, Liberty, Pugh, Three Fingers, White Chuck, and Whitehorse).

This is a challenging list any way you look at it, with almost all summits requiring at least a scramble to reach the summit. The terrain in the Cascades east of Everett, Washington is very rugged and dramatic, with deep forested valleys rising abruptly to glacier-clad summits. Don't let the low elevations here fool you--6000 to 7000 foot peaks here are often more challenging than summits twice that high in the Rockies.

 


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