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dberdinka

[TR] Trisolace Peak - Northeast Spur 7/6/2016

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Trip: Trisolace Peak - Northeast Spur

 

Date: 7/6/2016

 

Trip Report:

I wandered off to the southern end of the Twin Sisters Range and scrambled up a nice ridgeline on Trisolace Peak. There was a lot of bushwacking and boulder hopping enroute. A great place to have an adventure.

 

 

 

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Geez Darin, you keep finding new adventures for us unimaginative ones! I went straight to my photos, Beckey books, and maps to figure out where in the heck Trisolace Peak even was. Thanks for sniffing out a cool looking route in a spectacular neck of the woods. It is on the list for sure!

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this is definitely not terrible. looks like a fine adventure. so awesome that that piece of land was waiting for just you.

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Very cool. Thanks for shedding some light on what looks like an awesome and relatively unknown area.

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Not fully ignored is the elbow lake trail. I log it out every year for the forest service and brush it every other year. Last year we logged it twice as a mid season windstorm dropped more trees. An amazing pocket of the universe back there. Nice adventure.

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Yeah, boy! You are quite the pioneer.

 

The best bouldering in WA is up there, too, Someone should fall a tree to improve the second creek crossing going in, IMHO. It gets sketchy at high water, having taken a swim trying to get my dog back across.

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