Edward and I had not done a trip in a while. I originally had all weekend for an overnighter but realized on Saturday morning that I had a birthday party to attend on Saturday afternoon/evening. (Good thing I remembered in time!)
Only having time for a one-day outing, Edward and I agreed on Griffin Mountain... a seldom visited peak southwest of Mount Rainier and High Rock. This mountain is one of the top 200 most prominent peaks in Washington. The views from the summit ridge and summit were spectacular on a blue sky day like today. The sun felt fairly warm for early May but enjoyable all the same. I liked the scrambling and geology of the volcanic rock along the upper ridge. We even took some time to explore the east side of the peak. All in all, it was a good day.
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