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  • Standing on the crater on Mount Baker, Steam from the fumaroles rises towards the glacier that hangs in the background.
  • Summers in the cascades are often sunny and warm come climb with us on Mount Baker.
  • The sunsets over our camp on Mount Baker and the Coleman Glacier.
  • 3 happy dudes with the Deming Glacier and Colfax icefall.
  • Our guides lead a rope team above the clouds on the Coleman Glacier.
  • A guided trip nears the summit of Mount Baker while views of Colfax, the Twin Sisters, and the Puget Sound are below.
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Mount Baker Summit Climb

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$900.00 USD
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$900.00 USD

This 3 day Mount Baker summit climb travels up either the Easton/Squak Glacier up the South side of the mountain or the Coleman-Deming Route up the West side of the mountain. Participants will gain experience with ice axe and crampons, roped glacier travel, self arrest, and when time permits crevasse rescue.


Ascend one of the classic glacier routes on the iconic volcano Kushan (Mount Baker). Over 3 days we will ascend via the Coleman Deming, Squak, or Easton Glacier Routes to the 10,781' summit. Traveling over complex glaciers is moderately strenuous and beautiful with good views stretching out over the North Cascades and out to the Puget Sound. The steaming Sherman crater gives us a glimpse into this active volcanic vent. Enjoy alpine sunrises and sunsets at the toe of the glacier. Join us this summer for a great climb!  


With the goal of climbing Mount Baker to the summit each participant will recieve a Mountaineering School Course. This means the learning outcomes match the objective and skills taught.

Maximum group size is limited to 4 people 


Day 1: Gear check in Glacier WA, hike into base camp at either Hogs Back or Sandy Camp, Introduce relevant skills- ice axe and crampon use, self arrest, roped glacier travel.

Day 2: Introduce and practice relevant skills such as ice axe and crampon use, self arrest, roped glacier travel, or summit and descend back to camp

Day 3: Summit and descend back to base camp, and/or hike out to the trailhead. 


Best for

  • Those who have hiking and backpacking experience
  • Can carry a multi day backpack over rocky uneven trails
  • Want to gain experience in heavily glaciated terrain
  • The fitness to climb 7,200' over 14 miles in 4 days


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