An exhausting very remote climb of Fortress and Chiwawa mountains in Washington's Central Cascades
Robinson mountain looks like an easy day out for a Bulger. But watch out for the elevation gain. Makes the 12 miles feel like 20.
Enchantment peak is a long slog. The scrambling is easier then others in the area, but still a challenge. The hike in is worth the trip though
Mount Stuart's Cascadian couloir was not my first choice for climbing the peak. But it turned out to be a worthwhile endevour
The West Fork Buttermilk "trail" is a challenge in itself. The climb of Star, Courtney, and Oval peaks is the only reason to use it.
North Gardner and Gardner mountain are appealing since they sit in the top 50 Bulger peaks. But the approach is long and the scrambling short
Hoodoo Peak is one of the "easy" Bulger peaks. But the views are mind blowing and worth the walk for any avid hiker
For a Bulger peak you are only going to find a few that are this easy. This one is difficult because you will have trouble finding the time to drive there
The worm flows route on Mt St Helens is the standard winter approach. Easy to follow but steep.
Climbing the Emmons the first time was spectacular. Climbing it solo was better