Mt. Adams from Mt Rainier, fifty miles away. Photo...
This gorgeous volcano, at the north end of White Salmon Valley, is Washington's second highest peak.
It was known to the Native Americans as Klickitat.
The summit is easily reached by the "South Spur".
Approaches will be described with the route descriptions.
For more complete information refer to "CASCADE ALPINE GUIDE-Columbia River to Stevens Pass" by Fred Beckey.
Weather station 14.0 miles from here
5 Total Routes
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WI2-3 Steep Snow WA
: Southwest Cascades
: Mount Adams
The Adams Glacier is on Mt. Adams' N / NW face. This tumbling ice fall provides quick access to 'The Pinnacle' (a sub-summit), the plateau and ultimately the true summit. Descend via the N. Ridge or a snow field on the west side of the N. Ridge. Note the N. Ridge consist of very loose volcanic rock. Be careful to not release rock slides on fellow skiers or climbers....[more] Browse More Classics in WA
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