This peak is just south of Santiam Pass in Central Oregon. The peak can be easily done in one day and offers multiple climbing routes from 5.1 to 5.10.
|Best months for climbing:||Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct|
|Year first climbed:||1923|
|First successful climber(s):||Ervin Mcneal, Phil Philbrook, Armin Fuhrer, Wilbur Watkins, Leo Harryman, Ronald Sellers|
|Nearest major airport:||Portland|
Thanks to Stefan Feller for adding this peak.
NOTE: Trip reports were previously called "Summit Logs" - same feature, new name
There are 6 trip reports for Mount Washington.
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- Log #11894 - by Marcey Rhyne on Sep 24, 2004This is a rather easy hike, but like myself and others I know who have climbed it, we ended up cutting through about an hour of bushes without a few of the mountain. Once in view, the climbers trail...
- Log #11895 - by William J Chylik III on Mar 02, 2004Well this was our second winter climb of the infamous Mount Washington. For those of you not familiar Mount Washington is famous for having the "worse weather" in the World, and the highest...
- Log #11896 - by
Chris Gilsdorf on Nov 26, 2001I know, I cheated, I took the road up! It was a party cloudy day with beautiful 45-degree weather on top. I got a pretty annoying headache from the altitude. In summer of 2002 I plan to climb via...
- Log #11897 - by Heather Meri Stewart on Nov 08, 2001Make sure you wear hiking boots. The first time I went up I had to go down on the cog railway because my feet were in such bad shape.
- Log #11898 - by jesse pitt on Sep 05, 2001Finally summited on the second attempt this summer. Lots of fun climbing and a good workout on the approach. Watch out for cardboard box shootin' locals at the campground.
- Log #11899 - by
Stefan Feller on Sep 29, 1999North Ridge Drive the Big Lake road from Santiam Pass to the Patjens Lake trailhead. Hike Patjens Lake trail along Big Lake until the trail immediately leaves the shoreline. When the trail...