Between the Chilliwack River and Ross Lake is the highest and most glaciated segment of the international border. The Western Chilliwack Range lies between the upper Chilliwack River and Ross Lake, separated from the Pickett Range by Ross Pass.
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Southern Route 3rd International : Canada : ... : Mount Redoubt (2,734m)
BRITISH COLOMBIA APPROACHA vehicle for logging roads, brushy talus, climbing next to a waterfall, glacier travel, steep snow, and exposed third class near the summit characterize the Canadian approach via Depot Creek and Redoubt Glacier.NORTH CASCADES NATIONAL PARK APPROAHESAny American approaches replace glacier travel with more backpacking and bushes. From Bear Lake, the Southern Route of Mt Redoubt avoids crevasses and is just snow and exposed scrambling. Unfortunately, hiking...[more] Browse More Classics in International