– Lat/Long: 47.46° N 121.64° W

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Mailbox Peak mountain guide

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Mailbox Peak

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Mailbox Peak

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Mailbox Peak

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Mailbox Peak

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  • Elevation: 1476 m
  • Difficulty: Walk up
  • Best months to climb: April, May, June, July, August, September, October
  • Convenient center: North Bend

Mailbox Peak Climbing Notes

Francisco from UNITED STATES writes:

you are correct. I'm glad I didn't read Greg's comment in 2012, I was a beginner and his advice would have discouraged me.
It was a bit hard hike for me 2 years ago, but not impossible, just took longer to get to the top.
Now I can jog up to the top in about 1hr. Beginner or Pro, this a must hike to do near Seattle.


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