Hall Peak is located in the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest about 24 miles east of Granite Falls, WA, along the scenic Mountain Loop Highway. It is situated about a mile northwest of Big Four Mountain, and is very visible from the Big Four picnic area, but likely overlooked because of its proximity to the attention-grabbing north face of Big Four. The peak is named for mining prospector George Hall, and there were mining claims high up on the peak. The rock is phyllitic slate and argillite.
Prominence: 964 feet.
Refer to Fred Beckey's "Cascade Alpine Guide, Volume 2" for information on climbing routes.
|Best months for climbing:||Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct|
|Year first climbed:||July 5, 1927|
|First successful climber(s):||Art Winder|
|Nearest major airport:||Seattle-Tacoma|
|Convenient Center:||Granite Falls|
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