Key to exploring these challenging peaks is this classic climber's guide to the Olympics. Here are detailed route descriptions for the hard basalt lava peaks of Constance and The Brothers, the high-angle faces of The Needles and Sawtooth Ridge, the hard sandstone and vast glaciers of Mt. Olympus, and hundreds of other mountains large and small. The text also provides general information on the mountains and all access routes, plus winter travel information, ski and snowshoe routes, and high alpine traverses.Olympic Mountain Rescue (Society). INTRODUCTION. The Olympic Mountains occupy the center of the Olympic Peninsula, which is bounded on the south by the lowlands of the Chehalis valley, on the east by Hood Canal, on the north by theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Climber's Guide to the Olympic Mountains|
|Author||:||Olympic Mountain Rescue (Society)|
|Publisher||:||The Mountaineers Books - 1988|