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Elevation: 5,369 ft
GPS: 48.969, -121.293 Google Map · Climbing Map
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Shared By: Ken Trout on Dec 20, 2010
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Between the Chilliwack River and Ross Lake is the highest and most glaciated segment of the international border. The Western Chilliwack Range lies between the upper Chilliwack River and Ross Lake, separated from the Pickett Range by Ross Pass.

North Cascades National Park preserves all the main summits; Bear Mountain (7,931ft, 2,418m), Mount Redoubt (8,969ft, 2,734m), Southeast Mox Peak (8,509ft, 2,594m), and icy Mount Spickard (8,879ft, 2,706m).

The shorter British Columbia approach starts with logging roads up Depot Creek, then a rough trail around a brushy headwall guarding the alpine zone, followed by crossing the Redoubt Glacier. See the map in the photos.

Has 911 changed the ease of access up the logging roads and rough trail of Depot Creek? Road closures and/or lack of trail maintenance may be changing this approach for the worse. Comments by anyone who has recent knowledge would be appreciated.

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