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Mountaineers Teanaway Peaks

Showing Ken Jones's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (10 out of 10, or 100%)

RankPeak Elev-Ft Range (Level 6) Prom-Ft Ascent Date
1.Three Brothers7303Teanaway Area17431994-05-21 a
2.Hawkins Mountain7160Teanaway Area15201997-05-24
3.Earl Peak7036Teanaway Area9561996-08-22
4.Bills Peak6917Teanaway Area10771993-09-26 a
5.Esmeralda Peak6765Teanaway Area7651996-07-17
6.Bean Peak6743Teanaway Area4231993-09-26 c
7.Jolly Mountain6443Teanaway Area9631996-05-09
8.Miller Peak6402Teanaway Area7221996-05-04
9.Thorp Mountain5854Kachess Ridge8541994-07-03
10.Mount Baldy5107Kachess Ridge3871995-02-05 b

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List Description

The Teanaway area lies south of the majestic Stuart Range, west of US-97, and north of I-90. It is on the "dry side" of the Cascades and easily accesible from Seatte, so it makes a good destination when rain threatens planned trips on the wetter west side of the range. These peaks are mostly scrambles and offer pleasant views of the Mount Stuart, Mount Rainier, and other higher peaks of the Cascade Crest to the west.

 


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