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Mountaineers Olympia Scramble Peaks

All 12 Groups Together

Showing Dan Lauren's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (46 out of 48, or 95.83%)

RankPeakSection Elev-Ft
(Opt)
Range (Level 6) Prom-Ft
(Opt)
Ascent Date
1.Buckhorn MountainGroup 056988Constance-Buckhorn Group10282001-10-19
2.Cat PeakGroup 125950Bailey Range8502004-08-01
3.Stephen PeakGroup 126418Bailey Range6782004-08-02
4.Mount FerryGroup 076195Bailey Range4352004-08-03
5.Mount SkokomishGroup 016434Duckabush-Hamma Hamma Group11942005-07-20
5.Mount HendersonGroup 116003Duckabush-Hamma Hamma Group3232005-07-20
7.BaldyGroup 066827Deception-Gray Wolf5872005-08-27
7.Tyler PeakGroup 066364Deception-Gray Wolf4842005-08-27
9.Copper MountainGroup 015425Hamma Hamma-Cushman Group13852006-02-26
10.Moonlight DomeGroup 104156 9412006-05-29
11.Gibson PeakGroup 104418 2582006-08-13
12.Mount BrethertonGroup 025960Duckabush-Hamma Hamma Group12402006-09-03
13.Mount PershingGroup 026154Hamma Hamma-Cushman Group11142007-05-12
14.Mount HoquiamGroup 034909 3092007-06-18
15.Mount NortonGroup 096319Anderson Massif6392007-08-05
16.Mount DanaGroup 076209Bailey Range15292007-08-06
16.Mount WilderGroup 095939Bailey Range9792007-08-06
18.Mount BarnesGroup 095987Bailey Range4272007-08-07
19.Mount ChildsGroup 126193Bailey Range5532007-08-08
19.Ludden PeakGroup 125854Bailey Range7142007-08-08
21.Mount ScottGroup 075913Bailey Range11532007-08-09
22.SundialGroup 067240Deception-Gray Wolf1202007-09-15
23.Muncaster MountainGroup 085910Rustler Creek Group10302009-05-09
24.Mount ClaywoodGroup 046836Cameron Group12762009-08-07
24.Wellesley PeakGroup 046758Cameron Group9982009-08-07
24.Mount FrommeGroup 046705Cameron Group3052009-08-07
27.Mount CameronGroup 107190Cameron Group10302009-08-08
28.Chimney PeakGroup 086917Anderson Massif10372010-06-12
28.Bicentennial PeakGroup 086760Anderson Massif7602010-06-12
30.Jefferson PeakGroup 025720Hamma Hamma-Cushman Group7602010-08-20
31.Diamond MountainGroup 116822Anderson Massif11822011-07-22
32.Mount SteelGroup 016233Skohomish-Lacrosse Group9132011-07-24
33.Mount HopperGroup 016114Duckabush-Hamma Hamma Group10342011-07-25
34.Cloudy PeakGroup 056974Constance-Buckhorn Group3342011-08-06
35.Mount GladysGroup 115600Duckabush-Hamma Hamma Group6802011-08-12
36.Mount TeboGroup 034654 7742011-08-20
37.April PeakGroup 056355Constance-Buckhorn Group4352012-05-26
38.Crystal PeakGroup 086896Anderson Massif9362012-09-02
39.Mount NoyesGroup 096173Queets-Quinault Group4532012-09-03
40.Mount OlsonGroup 035289Skohomish-Lacrosse Group8892012-10-06
41.White MountainGroup 046400Skohomish-Lacrosse Group6002013-06-01
42.Martin PeakGroup 067638Deception-Gray Wolf2382014-09-05
43.The BrothersGroup 026842Duckabush-Hamma Hamma Group27222014-09-07
44.Mount ChurchGroup 034780 11802014-09-14
45.Mount FitzhenryGroup 076100Bailey Range5502015-05-01
46.Point HarrahGroup 057080Constance-Buckhorn Group5202015-07-02
 Mount ZindorfGroup 105539Queets-Quinault Group619 
 Pelton PeakGroup 115301Hoh-Queets Foothills581 

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List Description

The rules for the Olympia Scramble Peak Pins are somewhat complex. The 48 peaks above are divided into 12 groups of 4 peaks each. To get the First Pin, you must climb 3 peaks in any 4 groups; the Second Pin is for 3 peaks in any 8 groups, and the Third Pin is for 3 peaks in all 12 groups. The groups are not shown on this page--they are roughly geographical, but not always. Check with the Mountaineers club for the peak to group mappings.

All these peaks are scrambles that generally do not require ropes or protection to climb. But there are still some major objectives on this list--the Olympic Mountains are a deep wilderness of dense vegetation and steep rock and most peaks require advanced mountain-travel skills for a successful climb.

 


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