A dramatic sunset marked the return of a hike to Green Mountain in Washington State that was eleven years in the making. Trevor Anderson shares the details of this wonderful adventure
In 2003 frequent winter and spring storms brought the Suiattle River in Washington State to flood levels. This flooding washed out significant sections of the road and blocked vehicular access to several trails departing from the road. Unexpectedly, the road would lie in a state of disrepair for 11 years, until after much work in recent years culminated with the road’s reopening on October 25, 2014. Because of the often inclement weather in late October and November in the mountainous areas of the Pacific Northwest I figured that …
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