Guye has many technical 5th class routes, but we'll take the easy way up. Guye is often climbed in conjunction with its large neighbor, Snoqualmie Mountain. This is a technically easy "scramble" peak in the Snoqualmie Pass area off of I-90 east of Seattle. It offers some fine vistas and little in the way of technical difficulty. Ice axe and crampons may be needed in the early season. If you are staying in the area, it can be combined with Kaleetan, Hibox, Chair, or some of the many other easier nearby scramble peaks.

Other Information
Driving Distance from Portland 230 miles
Driving Time from Portland 3 hours
Expected Duration Car to car in one day
Relevant Books Scrambles in Washington by Peggy Goldman Cascade Alpine Guide: Columbia River to Stevens Pass by Fred Beckey
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