Pend Oreille County High Point Trip Report
Gypsy Peak (7,320 ft+)
Date: June 9, 1994
Author: John Roper
USGS Gypsy Peak. DeLorme: p119/A7. S19/30-T40N-R45E.
This is the "highest peak in eastern Washington," east of the Columbia-Okanogan Rivers,
and located in the farthest NE corner of the state. It's the best looking peak
in this part of our state. Drive east out of Metaline Falls past Sullivan Lake
on FS Roads 22, 2220, 2212, and Spur 200 to a pass between Leola and Gypsy Creek.
Follow the Cromwell Ridge Trail 1 mile, then head x-c a long 2 miles to the summit.
The 7309' WC (witness corner) is just shy of the summit.