Sahale Peak (officially Sahale Mountain but climbers know it as Sahale Peak) is the sharply pointed peak rising immediately north of Cascade Pass. It is an attractive peak, accessible and relatively simple to climb with remarkable panoramic views. The summit is a sharp rock peak. Sahale is a popular climb, largely because of its relatively easy access compared to other summits around Cascade Pass, and also because of its central location and views.
From the summit, you get a grand view of the Cascade Pass peaks—Johannesburg Mountain, Cascade Peak, the Triplets, Mix-up Peak, Magic Mountain, Pelton Peak, Buckner Mountain, Boston Peak, Forbidden Peak, Eldorado Peak, and Hidden Lake Peak. The many summits in the near and far distance include Snowking Mountain, Mount Logan, Goode Mountain, MacGregor Mountain, Mount Baker, Mount Shuksan, Mount Rainier, Glacier Peak, the Monte Cristo peaks, and an incredible view down the Stehekin River Valley all the way to the northern tip of Lake Chelan.
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