Bryant Peak

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Bryant Peak is located 5 miles northwest of Snoqualmie Pass within the Alpine Lakes Wilderness, which is administered by Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest. The peak is named for Sidney V. Bryant of the Mountaineers organization who made the first ascent of nearby Kaleetan Peak in 1914. Bryant Peak is situated on the Denny-Chair Peak ridge between The Tooth and Chair Peak. (7/10 mile south of Chair) Bryant is a one day, 8 mile round trip, with about 3500 feet of elevation gain. Approaches can be made from the Denny Creek Trailhead, leaving the trail at Hemlock Pass, passing through meadow to scramble the ridge to the pyramid summit of andesite, or via the north side from the Alpental Valley.

Refer to Fred Beckey's Cascade Alpine Guide, Volume 1, for information on the established climbing routes on Bryant Peak.

Elevation (feet): 5,801
Elevation (meters): 1,768
Continent: North America
Country: United States
Range/Region: Cascade Range
State: Washington
Latitude: 47.451279
Longitude: -121.460853
Difficulty: Scramble
Best months for climbing: Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct
Year first climbed: 1926
First successful climber(s): C.L. Anderson, Walter Best, W.J.Maxwell, Paul Shorrock, Hubert West, Herman P. Wunderling
Nearest major airport: Seattle-Tacoma
Convenient Center: North Bend

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