Climbing Trails in Washington
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Climbing Trails in Washington

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Washington has 188 climbing trails. These trails range from 2.5 to 44 miles in length. The most popular trails are Mount Adams: South Spur, Rattlesnake Lake and Mount Rainier. Trails.com member Andrew V. recently completed Mount Rainier: Disappointment Cleaver / Ingraham Glacier Route.
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Mount St. Helens hardly needs an introduction here. The present mountain is a poor reminder ...
Mount Shuksan, Washington’s tenth highest mountain, is one of the most recognized peaks ...
Mount Pugh is one of the landmark peaks of the western Cascades. Rising to a height of ...
McClellan Butte is the prominent forested horn rising dramatically from the Snoqualmie ...
The third highest of the Cascade volcanoes, Mount Adams (“Washington’s forgotten volcano”) ...
Mount Rainier is arguably the King of the Cascade volcanoes. Certainly, the other peaks ...
The third highest of the Cascade volcanoes, Mount Adams ("Washington's forgotten volcano") ...
The South Spur, South Rib, or so-called Standard route, which is approached from Cold ...
The chief allure of climbing this shattered volcano is the glimpse over the rim into “the ...
Mount Stuart, the highest summit of the Stuart Range and one of the dominant landmarks ...
Climbing in the Deception Crags, located in part along the Iron Horse State Park trail, ...
Highpoint rank by height: 4th. With climbing attempts numbering around 12,000 per year, ...
The old railroad grade is extremely popular among Seattle area residents due to its easy ...
This is a straightforward glacier route in a very scenic area guarded by an exceptionally ...
Mount Baker, the “northern sentinel” of the Cascade Range, is the fourth highest summit ...
Sahale Peak (officially Sahale Mountain but climbers know it as Sahale Peak) is the sharply ...
Mount Si is the craggy peak rising to the northeast of the town of North Bend. It is one ...
Kaleetan Peak is the prominent, sharply pointed peak rising above Melakwa Lakes, directly ...
The Tooth is the second summit of the group of peaks ascending from Denny Mountain to ...
Alta Mountain is the high point of the divide between Gold Creek and Kachess Lake. Although ...
Mount Daniel is the highest summit of the Cascade crest between Stevens Pass and Snoqualmie ...
Mount Rainier is the crown jewel of the Cascade Range. Certainly other Cascade peaks have ...
Pinnacle Peak is the centerpiece of the Tatoosh Range, a jagged old mountain range rising ...
Mount Washington is the prominent peak rising immediately north of Mount Ellinor. It is ...
Mount Constance is the third highest of the Olympic Mountains and the highest of the Olympic ...
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