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Blake

Name That Mountain

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Nope... and for the record, neither "Dragon" nor "tail" are in the name of this mountain.

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East of the crest between Liberty Bell and Stehekin...something so obscure no one has seen it...Hock Mt ?

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East of the crest between Liberty Bell and Stehekin...something so obscure no one has seen it...

 

It's actually one of the 100 highest peaks in the state.

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Thats COURTNEY PEAK. An old friend has climbed that face in summer (chossy) and done a couple easy to moderate mixed winter routes as well. She says they were pretty good. Way out the hell in the middle of nowhere near Twisp. Supposedly beautiful summer camping at lakes and some good skiing in the winter, like the alt-Silverstar tour.

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Is that Tupshin, blake?

 

NO! here's a clue, it's named for your grandfather... you get one guess.

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Courtney??

 

Yep. And don't listen to DBerdinka, that north face has not been climbed, especially in winter, and not by a "moderate route."

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