Sunshine, high-elevation, no crowds, beautiful scenery, and a short distance make Tiffany Mountain an exceptional outing. The open grasslands on the lonely east side of the Cascades offer easy travel to tall peaks, and this round dome is a fine example.
The trail winds up the gentle side of the mountain, but from the summit you can look down at the steep ridges on the northwest side of the mountain. The ridges cradle little lakes and are covered in pines and western larches.
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