Glacier Peak

Group size: 5 to 10
Availability: July and Early August
Cost: $650-$900
Difficulty Level: Intermediate/Advanced
Glacier Peak, the most remote of the five Washington volcanoes, sits in the Glacier Peak Wilderness in Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest. This climb challenges you with full days of hiking and snow/glacier travel. The 33 mile route is best completed in four to five days.

While experience is not required, participants must be in good shape and prepared for strenuous activity, especially if summiting is the goal. 
This region is the wide spanning ancestral homeland of various Indigenous people groups--the peoples of the Columbia River Basin to the east and those of the Pacific Northwest/Puget Lowlands to the west. As we recreate on these lands, we seek to steward it well through protection, preservation, and care in an effort to honor these tribes' culture and ties to the forest, rivers, lakes, and mountains.