These are the ten highest non-volcanic Washington peaks. The five Washington peaks higher than these (including Little Tahoma) are volcanoes.
Bill Saur first mentioned these facts to me on a climb of Mount Stuart in 1991. We decided to give them a try. This decision led Bill and I and various companions on a long-term exploration of the Washington North Cascades.
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General InformationPeakbagger.com: Paul's Mountaineers Cascade Classic Peak Pin
Peakbagger.com: Paul's Mountaineers Everett Classic Eight
- Beckey, Fred, Cascade Alpine Guide: Climbing and High Routes, Vol. 1, Columbia River to Stevens Pass, Third Edition, The Mountaineers, 2000.
- Beckey, Fred, Cascade Alpine Guide: Climbing and High Routes, Vol. 2, Stevens Pass to Rainy Pass, Second Edition, The Mountaineers, 1989.
- Beckey, Fred, Cascade Alpine Guide: Climbing and High Routes, Vol. 3, Rainy Pass to Fraser River, Second Edition, The Mountaineers, 1995.
- Nelson, Jim and Peter Potterfield, Selected Climbs in the Cascades, The Mountaineers, 1993.
- Nelson, Jim and Peter Potterfield, Selected Climbs in the Cascades, Volume II, The Mountaineers, 2000.