Mt. St. Helens in Winter
The Mount St. Helens graticule is at latitude 46 N, longitude 122 W, and is one of the few places a person could geohash into an active volcano. With mostly mountainous, forested terrain, easily accessible hashpoints are few and far between. The only easy points of access are along Interstate 5, which runs along the western edge, and U.S. Highway 12, which runs east to west across the middle of the graticule.
2019-06-13 46 -122 -- Michael5000 has a walk in the park.
2018-09-27 46 -122 -- Thomcat visits a rural street outside of Lacey.
2015-09-25 46 -122 -- Michael5000 visits a church in Castle Rock.
2012-04-07 47 -121 -- Michael5000 has a long afternoon northeast of here.
| Michael5000 completed the Minesweeper Geohash achievement
- by visiting coordinates in Mt. St. Helens, Washington and all of the surrounding graticules.
2012-01-15 46 -122 -- Michael5000 explores the woods southeast of Winlock.
2010-01-30 46 -122 -- Jiml and Aperfectring head to the woods near Goebel, Oregon.
2009-02-21 46 -122 -- New User reaches a hashpoint adjacent to a horse ranch on the fringe of Tenino.
2008-09-07 46 -122
-- Just North of the crater; not far from the forest road, but no one went.
2008-09-06 46 -122 -- On the lower slopes of Mount Rainier. No one went, and there is no Expedition page.