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Ridgeline Vista near Alaska Mountain, PCT Section-J, WA State
This shaded trailside vista was taken on the Pacific Crest Trail at the toe of the East Ridge of Alaska Mountain, where the trail crosses over the ridge. The day prior, we hiked from the Snoqualmie Pass Trailhead, across the Kendall Katwalk to Ridge Lake where we camped overnight. The weather was completely socked in with no views, and no 360 opportunities. Fortunately, we awoke to sunny skies with spectacular clouds. We then hiked another 1.5 miles north to the toe of the east ridge of Alaska Mountain for a possible summit scramble. It seemed too steep and sketchy, so we bagged that plan. I then set up my tripod and took this 360. This unique location affords a dramatic view to both sides of the ridgeline. One can see both the glacier-covered massif of Mt. Rainier to the south and the rounded summit of Mt. Thomson and the sharp pyramid of Huckleberry Mountain to the north. This section of the PCT is considered one of the most spectacular due to the rugged mountain terrain.
Copyright: Bill Edwards
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Taken: 05/08/2022
Geüpload: 06/08/2022
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Tags: alpine lakes wilderness; hike; hiking; mountains; pacific crest trail; pct; section-j; trail; trails; washington cascades; washington state; wilderness
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