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Mount Baker • North Cascades NP

Trip at a Glance

  • Locations

    Issaquah, Washington, United States

  • Activities

    Adventure, Climbing

  • Price
    $800 USD per person
  • Duration

    3 day climb

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    9:00 am

  • Starting Location

    Northside – Coleman Deming Glacier; Glacier Public Service Center – Ranger Station

  • Price Includes

    North Cascades NP fees ; Guided climb; Scheduled meals during the climb; Professional mountain guide; All group equipment (including tents, stoves, pickets, ropes)

  • Notes

    Services not included: Domestic Airfare; Trailhead parking pass fees; Lunch and snack food; Personal gear; Hotels or lodging; Trip cancellation insurance; Medical and evacuation coverage; Staff gratuities


  • A great introduction to roped glacier travel and basic mountaineering
  • On the North side Coleman/ Deming Glacier route make your way up the glacier and finally to The “Roman Wall” and then the final summit crater
  • The approach to the Easton Glacier begins in meadows and eventually ends up in dense old growth forest, then high alpine meadows to reach the snow.
  • Either option our professional guides will introduce the basic mountaineering skills necessary to make the climb.

Trip Info

At 10,781 feet Mount Baker is truly one of the most picturesque mountains in all the Cascade Range. Baker has the second largest glacial system in the lower 48 States second only to that of Mount Rainier. The mountain is the third-highest mountain in Washington State and the fifth-highest in the Cascade Range. Mount Baker presents a fantastic objective for those seeking a challenging climb in a pristine alpine environment.

We guide two different routes on Mount Baker, the Coleman/Deming Glacier on the Northside of the peak and the Easton Glacier on the Southern flanks. Both routes offer a great introduction to roped glacier travel and basic mountaineering. On the North side route we meet in the small town of Glacier, WA to begin the climb. On the Easton South side we meet at the Ranger Station in the town of Sedro-Woolley. After a 3-4 hour hike we reach our scenic high camp at about the 5,000-6,000 foot level. Our camp is located at the base of the glacier and out evening will be spent setting up camp, covering some basic mountaineering skills and eating an early dinner before bedtime.


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