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In The North Cascades, east of Bellingham lies Washington's third Highest peak, Mt. Baker.
From Interstate 5, in Bellingham, take The Mt. Baker Highway, 542, east.The road ends at Artist Point.
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Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Mt. Baker:
Boulder-Park Cleaver Mod. Snow Snow, Alpine, 7100'
Colman Ski Descent Easy Snow PG13 Snow, Alpine, 7000'
Coleman Headwall Steep Snow Snow, Alpine, 2000'
Coleman/Deming Glacier Mod. Snow Snow, Alpine, 7080'
Mount Baker, North Ridge WI2-3 Steep Snow Ice, Snow, Alpine, 3000'
Featured Route For Mt. Baker
Coleman Headwall Steep Snow WA : Northwest Region : ... : Mt. Baker
The route climbs the northwest side of Mt. Baker and is delineated by the Roman Nose on the climber's right and serac walls on the left. We climbed it in early May 2006 and the route then had two distinct sections: the lower, which was mostly firm steep snow (up to 50 degrees) and the upper, which was 800 feet of 60-degree ice (AI4, WI3) with little reliable pro. The ice slabs on the upper section formed a giant plate, about an inch thick, covering the wet snow underneath. It was "fun" to climb ...[more] Browse More Classics in WA
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