Tamanos Mountain (6790 ft) is a rocky pyramid rising to the west above Owyhigh Lakes In northeast Rainier National park. It is a popular scramble via its southeast ridge. This climb begins with a well worn hiking trail to a high saddle, then climbs through flowery subalpine meadows and huckleberry fields, and is punctuated with a scramble along the ridge to the summit. It offers a fairly easy ascent with some non-technical climbing, and impressive views of the northeast side of Mount Rainiers glaciers and Little Tahoma Peak.
I will be doing another climb on Sunday and you can consider applying for that also.
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