Mt. Adams from Mt Rainier, fifty miles away.
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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Mazama Glacier Headwall
Steep Snow WA
: Southwest Cascades
: Mount Adams
In summary, it's an easy glacier climb with an optional short technical pitch at the very top of the route.This is a big, wild, scenic route on an otherwise pretty droll mountain. The hike up to Sunrise Camp is an adventure all on it's own, and is pretty breathtakingly beautiful in spring or summer. The route itself wanders up long stretches of steep glacier and gives views of some very interesting features. The big, wild, isolated feel of the route makes it worthy, even if it lacks in real tech...[more] Browse More Classics in WA
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Mt Adams from Mt. St. Helens. 1974.
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