Sun, Sep 24|
September Scramble - Ingalls Peak
You're ready to take on our monthly scramble day. - Ingalls South Peak
Time & Location
Sep 24, 7:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Ingalls Peak, Ingalls Peak, Washington 98826, USA
About the event
What is scrambling?
Scrambling is hiking taken to the next level. It's something old climbers and hikers that are climbing-curious do. It combines what you know from hiking with skills taken from mountaineering for off-trail travel over snow and rocks. Reaching the summit is the ultimate objective. Generally scrambling is considered strenuous and physically demanding, often using route-finding skills and the use of your hands to keep balance as you “scramble” over rocks. Unlike mountaineering or rock climbing it does not require glacial travel. This means no technical gear such as rope, protection, or belay skills are needed.
Where: Ingalls South Peak
Elevation gain: 3600'
Distance: 11 miles
Travel Time: approx 9 hours
You must attend the September 21 Scramble Planning Night to be able to attend this scramble. Make sure to RSVP.
Please ensure that you are aware of the difference between hiking and scrambling, and feel physically prepared
- Bring all hiking basics, food, water
- Be prepared to sweat and to traverse off-trail and steep terrain
- Meet at Gearhouse and head for a full day adventure