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Mount Olympus

Trip at a Glance

  • Locations

    Issaquah, Washington, United States

  • Activities

    Adventure, Climbing

  • Price
    $1200 USD per person
  • Duration

    5 day trip; August 10 - 14th, 2014

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    10:00 am

  • Starting Location

    Climbs begins and ends in Olympus National Park Hoh Rain Forest Visitor Center

  • Price Includes

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

  • Notes

    Tours do not include: Domestic Airfare; Trailhead parking pass fees; Lunch and snack food; Personal gear; Hotels or lodging; Trip cancellation insurance; Medical and evacuation coverage; Staff gratuities Please Note: Above-average physical conditioning is required for most climbs in the Pacific Northwest. Prior climbing experience is beneficial, and basic now and ice climbing skills are introduced during the program A complete clothing and equipment list will be sent out prior to departure

Highlights

  • Enjoys the benefit of lama support making the journey more pleasant and giving time to experience this wonderful alpine setting
  • The final summit pyramid climbs low fifth class rock and offers fantastic views of the Olympic Mountains and the distant Cascade Range
  • Experience the Hoh rain forest and Glacier Meadows with its beautiful Avalanche Lily
  • Be introduced to basic mountaineering skills

Trip Info

We approach Mt. Olympus, which at 7,962 feet is the highest peak in the Olympic Mountain range. The mountain is also one of the most aesthetic peaks in Washington State and offers a truly unique wilderness experience. The climb is demanding due to its eighteen mile approach hike up the Hoh River. The final summit pyramid climbs low fifth class rock and offers fantastic views of the Olympic Mountains and the distant Cascade Range. NWMG guided ascent traverses the Blue Glacier and ascends Snow Dome gaining the Olympus Massif to its summit. Our climb often enjoys the benefit of lama support making the journey more pleasant and giving time to experience this wonderful alpine setting. On the approach we experience the Hoh rain forest and Glacier Meadows with its beautiful Avalanche Lily.

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