Snoqualmie Pass Climbs

WAC Chief Six Pin

Snoqualmie Pass has fantastic outdoor opportunities using the beautiful WAC Guye Cabin as a base camp. Some such as Granite and Silver have trails to the top, while others such as The Tooth and The Chair require technical gear.

To be awarded the WAC Chief Six Pin; Guye, The Chair, The Tooth, and Snoqualmie Mountain must be climbed, along with any two of Keleeten, Kendall, Lundin, Denny, Silver, or Red Mountain.

The WAC climbing class often does spring ascents of The Tooth, Lundin, Snoqualmie, and Kendall each May.

The 20 Snoqualmie Peaks as listed in the December 15, 1947 “Mountaineer”. The Mountaineers had it divided into a “first 10” and “second 10”.

The Chair                     6,238’

Denny Mountain            5,520’

Guye Peak                     5,168’

Kaleetan Peak               6,259’

Kendall Peak                 5,784’

Red Mountain               5,890’

Silver Peak                   5,615’

Snoqulamie Mountain    6,278’

Mount Thompson          6,554’

The Tooth                    5,604’

Alta Mountain              6,156’

Bryant Peak                  5,801’

Chickamin Peak             7,000’

Granite Mountain         5,629’

Hibox Mountain            6,560’

Huckleberry Mountain  6,320’

Lundin Peak                  6,057’

Mount Roosevelt           5,835’

Rampart Ridge              5,870’

Tinkham Peak               5,395’

Of course there are other peaks in the area that are not included in this list such as McClellan’s Butte, Abiel Peak, Caroline Peak, Preacher Mountain, and Alaska Mountain. These are worthy destinations also.