Mt. Triumph is a beautifully isolated area the looks over the Picket Range. The rock is standard for the Cascade Range.
the easiest approach is from the Thornton Creek / Lakes trail head. take HWY 20 east from Marblemount. FR 3745 is just past Thornton Creek. Take the left turn and head up a dirt road for about 7 miles to the trail head.
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NE Ridge Easy 5th PG13 Trad, Alpine
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Mt. Triumph – June 2007, M. BeverlyUp NW ridge, down S ridgeApproach form the Thornton Creek/Lake trailhead. You may want to bring a saw for dead/down trees so that you won’t have to hike the road to the TH just in case. The trail has an obvious start up an old logging road that eventually turns to a single trail.The long arduous hike has shaded canopy and some running water along the way. Foot bridges abound through the marshy sections. Gain the crest overlook for Thornton Lakes. From here you ...[more] Browse More Classics in WA