Full of Itself on Fuller Mt

2009 TNAB Fuller Mt True Summit

2009 TNAB Fuller Mt Viewpoint

Yukon430sw photos used with permission, please respect all copyrights

Trip report, comments & additional pictures on NWHikers.net ~ special thanks to Moosefish for this week’s write-up

Fuller Mt Information:

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intended route above, actual route below

zeusdaddy fuller mt gps track

Distance & Elevation: 3.6 miles round trip approx 900 ft gain

NOAA Weather Forecast for Fuller Mt: click here

Google Driving Directions from Seattle to Spur 10 Gate Road:

34.7 mi – about 52 mins (Via N Bend Blvd S/Bendigo Blvd S/WA-202428th Ave SE)

I-90 E
1. Head east on I-90 E
25.6 mi
2. Take exit 31 for WA-202 toward N Bend
0.3 mi
3. Turn left at N Bend Blvd S/Bendigo Blvd S/WA-202

Continue to follow Bendigo Blvd S/WA-202
0.8 mi
4. Turn right at W 3rd St
0.1 mi
5. Turn left at Ballarat Ave N
0.5 mi
6. Slight right at SE 108th St/NE 12th St
0.5 mi
7. Slight left at 428th Ave SE
1.8 mi
8. Continue on N Fork Rd SE
1.1 mi
9. Slight left to stay on N Fork Rd SE
1.4 mi
10. Continue on NFD 5700 Rd
2.5 mi
Spur 10 Gate Rd

fuller nb route

2008 Fuller Mt Trip Report

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5 Responses to “Full of Itself on Fuller Mt”

  1. Nordic says on :

    Could someone familiar with Fuller Mt. offer any suggestion as to the most likely trail condition? I am trying to determine which boots to wear and I’ve never been there (heck, I’ve never even heard about it…). Judging by the location, elevation and weather forecast I don’t expect snow (either on the ground or in the air) but rain is likely so is it going to be similar “mud bath” like the last week or not quite so bad?

  2. Magnum says on :

    This is a very short hike. You could do it in running shoes if you don’t mind coming back to the car with damp feet. Most likely to encounter some mud and some wet, shallow snow. I’m just taking trail runners and gaiters.

  3. yukon says on :

    One slick 30′ log crossing to get over Ten Creek. Kind of rocky trail as it wraps around the West/NW side of the mountain. Intermittent muddy areas. Not expecting any snow; perhaps a few patches near the summit.

    Magnum’s trail runners/gaiter combo will work well. I’ll be doing the same.

  4. Nordic says on :

    Thanks! I’ll go with my light-hikers or running shoes then…

  5. Jo says on :

    Here is a link to a detailed GPS route from last night with notations for several unintended detours from Zeusdaddy:
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/scottlykken/3429331667/in/photostream/