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[TR] Tatoosh Range- Castle Saddle 3/20/2006

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Climb: Tatoosh Range-Castle Saddle


Date of Climb: 3/20/2006


Trip Report:

I had a one day off from work, but I wasn't feeling motivated and didn't have partners lined up so I went for an easy snowshoe hike in MRNP. Started hiking from Narada falls parking lot at about 9:30am and quickly arrived at Reflection Lakes. Trail was nicely packed. Great weather, but some clouds from the east were rolling in pretty quick. I was debating whether to hike up Mazama Ridge or go up to Castle Saddle. I saw a trail leading up that towards the ridge so I headed up there. Great trail all the way pretty much. Nice snow up in the bowls beneath Pinnacle and Castle. Little bit of ice on Castle Peak not much though. All and all a nice day out. Back at the car by 12:30. Pictures in gallery.


Gear Notes:

Snowshoes, shoulda had my skis


Approach Notes:

Packed trail almost all the way to Castle Saddle

Edited by AlpinistAndrew

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