Anderson Pass, Olympic National Park, Aug 12, 2008 - Aug 15, 2008 page 19 / 43
We climbed 700 feet above the pass to find a small tarn. We decided to camp nearby. Unfortunately, there were not many good campsites in the area. We found one very small one above the tarn, among the trees. Another better site existed, but it was occupied by four young fellows who had climbed Anderson earlier that day. Eventually, we decided to camp on the edge of a snowfield. Tom and Chris would sleep on a very flat rock they found, and Libby and I would sleep on the snow. From our camp, we could see Mt. Anderson to the north, and Mt. LaCrosse and White Mountain to the south.