10 Highest Peaks in Washington Project

The Goal was simple. Run around and attempt to ski lines on the Ten Highest Peaks in Washington state. It sounded like I had my work in store but I would have 4 months to pull it off. 3 days later I got a phone call asking if I wanted to go to South America for the spring touring season; make that 2 months to pull it off. So here they are. 1. Mount Rainier ---------14,411 via the Emmons Glacier, August 1st, 2011 2. Mount Adams----------12,276 via the Avalanche Glacier Headwall on July 24th, 2011 3. Little Tahoma----------11,138 via the South Face direct on May 24th, 2011 4. Mount Baker ----------10,781 via the Coleman Demming route on May 9 2012 5. Glacier Peak-----------10,520 via the Chocolate Glacier Headwall, May 17th/20th, 2011 H 6. Bonanza Peak-----------9,511 via the Mary Green Headwall on April 17th, 2011 H 7. Mount. Stuart-----------9,415 via the Ulrich Couloir, April 21st/22nd, 2011 H 8. Mount. Fernow---------9,249 via the Infernow Couloir on April 15th, 2011 H 9. Goode Mountain-------9,200 via the South Face, April 28th Thru May 3rd, 2011 H 10. Mount Shuksan--------9,131 via the White Salmon Glacier on May 9, 2011 Each H at the end represents Jason Hummels version of the adventure. All of these adventures were covered in a documentary by Crest Pictures Called Freerider which can be watched in its entirety by clicking this link.

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