Use onX Backcountry to explore the terrain in 3D, view recent satellite imagery, and more. Now available in onX Backcountry Mobile apps! For more information see this post.
Elevation: 10,539 ft 3,212 m
GPS: 48.11222, -121.11387
Google Map · Climbing Area Map
Page Views: 18,296 total · 85/month
Shared By: Blitzo on Oct 23, 2006 · Updates
Admins: Jon Nelson, Micah Klesick, Zachary Winters

Description Suggest change

Glacier Peak is Washington State's fourth highest summit and most remote of the state's major volcanoes. Although having over a dozen glaciers, this peak is much less glaciated than Rainier, Adams and Baker, due to its eastern location.
This mountain lies in the Glacier Peak Wilderness. There are no roads, concessions or annoying tourists. The Native American name is Dakobed.
Darcy Bard, A. H. Dubor, Thomas Gerdine and San Strom first ascended this peak in June 1897.
There aren't any crowds on this mountain. Plan for three to four days for the approach and ascent.

Getting There Suggest change

White Chuck Road was the shortest and most popular approach, but floods in 2003 wiped it out and may still be closed.
Now the best way is to take the North Fork Sauk Trail to the PCT at White Pass, then into White Chuck Basin, which leads to the South Ridge.

5 Total Climbs

Route Finder - Best Climbs for YOU!

Location: Glacier Peak Change
Type:  to 
Quality:
Pitches:
Sort by:   then:
 

Classic Climbing Routes at Glacier Peak

Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes in this area.
More Classic Climbs in Glacier Peak »

Sun & Shade Suggest change

Weather Averages

High
 
Low
 
Precip
 
Days w Precip
 
Prime Climbing Season
J F M A M J J A S O N D
J F M A M J J A S O N D

Photos

0 Comments