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Mountaineers Tahoma Peaks

All 8 Groups Together

Showing Jeff Panza's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (30 out of 32, or 93.75%)

RankPeakSection Elev-Ft Range (Level 6) Prom-Ft Ascent Date
1.Unicorn PeakGroup 46971Tatoosh Range20912003-05-23
2.Pinnacle PeakGroup 36562Tatoosh Range5622003-06-29 a
3.Plummer PeakGroup 36370Tatoosh Range4102003-06-29 b
4.Lane PeakGroup 26012Tatoosh Range3322003-06-29 d
5.Wahpenayo PeakGroup 26231Tatoosh Range7912003-06-29 e
6.Chutla PeakGroup 26000Tatoosh Range6002003-06-29 f
7.Eagle PeakGroup 25958Tatoosh Range2382003-06-29 g
8.Tamanos MountainGroup 66790Mount Rainier East Foothills7502004-06-20
9.Pyramid PeakGroup 16937Mount Rainier Massif4972005-05-31
10.Cowlitz ChimneysGroup 77605Mount Rainier East Foothills9652005-06-21 a
11.Cowlitz Chimneys-Central PeakGroup 77421Mount Rainier East Foothills3012005-06-21 b
12.Banshee PeakGroup 77400Mount Rainier East Foothills3602005-06-21 c
13.Mount WowGroup 16040Mount Rainier West Foothills21202005-06-29
14.Dewey PeakGroup 56710Mount Aix Area13902005-08-04 c
15.Crystal MountainGroup 56998Central South Cascade Crest23042006-05-14 a
16.Mount AraratGroup 16010Mount Rainier West Foothills6102006-05-27
17.Manatee MountainGroup 36524Tatoosh Range4042006-06-24 a
18.Goat Island MountainGroup 67288Mount Rainier Massif8882009-07-11 b
19.Governors RidgeGroup 66600Mount Rainier East Foothills12402009-08-01 a
20.Barrier PeakGroup 66521Mount Rainier East Foothills2812009-08-01 b
21.Burroughs MountainGroup 87828Mount Rainier North Foothills3882015-07-08 c
22.Marcus PeakGroup 86962Sourdough Mountains4822015-07-19 c
23.Palisades PeakGroup 87040Sourdough Mountains6002015-07-19 d
24.South Slide MountainGroup 86620Sourdough Mountains6602015-07-19 f
25.Tatoosh PeakGroup 46310Tatoosh Range9502015-07-25 a
26.The CastleGroup 36440Tatoosh Range2002015-07-29
27.Naches PeakGroup 56452Mount Aix Area6922015-08-01 b
28.Dixon MountainGroup 45134Tatoosh Range10942015-08-19
29.Double PeakGroup 76199Mount Rainier East Foothills7592015-08-26
30.Shriner PeakGroup 55834Mount Aix Area7542015-09-01
 Tokaloo RockGroup 17684Mount Rainier West Foothills204 
 Stevens PeakGroup 46560Tatoosh Range760 

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List Description

Earning the Mountaineers Tahoma Peak Pins is somewhat complex. The 32 peaks are divided into 8 groups of 4 each, and to earn the First Pin you must climb at least 3 peaks in any 4 groups, and for the Second Pin you must climb 3 peaks in all 8 groups. So 12 of these peaks are required for the first pin, and 24 for the second. Consult the Mountaineers for which peaks are in which groups.

All these summits are in the southern foothills of Mount Rainier. The Irish Cabin Peaks List focuses on the foothills in the northern side of "The Mountain". Many of the Tahoma peaks are in the Tatoosh Range, a distinct crescent of low but rugged peaks lying due south of Mount Rainier. Completing this list in any form is not the for the causal hiker, but the ascents are generally not serious mountaineering challenges, either. Most of the peaks here are nice alpine scrambles.

 


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