Located south of Washington Pass and east of Lake Chelan, Reynolds Peak is the highest formation in this part of the Methow Mountains. Many more of Washington’s tallest mountains are situated here on the Chelan-Sawtooth Crest, but they are gentler in nature and can be scrambled on class 2 routes. Reynolds is more complex and steep, earning the ranking of “alpine climb,” although many parties will choose not to use a rope to attain the summit.
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