Teanaway Ridge Traverse

Great hike/scramble in the Teanaway region. Though the forecast was okaish, weather in Seattle early morning was great. But there was huge amount of fog by the time we reached Cle Elum and it was chilly. But weather was much better in the Teanaway region where we started hiking. First we summited Earl’s peak, then crossed the ridge and scrambled to Bean’s peak. From there we walked pass the Volcanic neck and reached Devils’s head (6666 ft elevation). From there we took the Beverely creek trail to reach the trailhead.

Except the last part, the route was filled with variety. Ridge walk with steep sloped on both sides, steep descent, scramble, hike, all along with beautiful fall colored larches amidst dirt, granite (green, black, grey colored) mountains. Though it was chilly on the summits, we were glad it didn’t rain and there was very less winds. It was a great day out.

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Nikhil Navali

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