Diamond Peak and Sheephead Corral

Oregon Butte, Washington

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Start by leaving misery behind—that’s Mount Misery, which looms over the trailhead to the east. For the stockmen who drove their cattle and sheep to the lofty hinterlands of southeastern Washington back in the early twentieth century, more than a few miserable moments often waited. To commemorate their efforts, or perhaps commiserate over them, they left the name “Misery” upon a spring and a prominent 6366-foot peak, third-highest summit (and an easy scramble from the trailhead) in Washington’s Blues.

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"Start by leaving misery behind—that’s Mount Misery, which looms over the trailhead to the east. For the stockmen who drove their cattle and sheep to the lofty hinterlands of southeastern Washington back in the early twentieth century, more than a few miserable moments often waited. To commemorate their efforts, or perhaps commiserate over them, they left the name “Misery” upon a spring and a prominent 6366-foot peak, third-highest summit (and an easy scramble from the trailhead) in Washington’s Blues."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Oregon Butte
Distance: 5.8
Skill Level: Moderate
Season: June-November
Accessibility: Dog-friendly
Local Contacts: Umatilla National Forest

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Jun 2018