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Elevation: 10,497'
Location: 44.676, -121.7996 View Map  Incorrect?
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Me on the saddle at the base of the pinnacle. Typi...


Mt. Jefferson is the second highest peak in Oregon.
This beautiful mountain lies on the Cascade Crest, about 40 miles south of Mt. Hood, in the Mt. Jefferson Wilderness Area.
The Summit Pinnacle is 5.3 by the easiest route.

Getting There 

There are a few different approaches to this mountain and will be described in the route descriptions.

Climbing Season

Weather station 9.0 miles from here

3 Total Routes

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At the col between the end of the north ridge and ...

Jefferson Park Glacier 5.0 2- 4 I 6 MM 1c Mod. Snow  OR : Oregon Volcanoes : Mt. Jefferson
From Jefferson Park ascend scree slopes above timberline to the start of the Jefferson Park Glacier. Head more or less up the middle of the glacier as crevasses will dictate the path. About two thirds of the way up the glacier the angle increases. Some parties may belay some short snow/ ice pitches. Weave around some larger crevasses as you head towards the bergschrund. It can be passed on either right or left side. Take warning: passing the bergschrund on the left side greatly increases the exp...[more]   Browse More Classics in OR

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Mt. Jefferson
Mt. Jefferson
A view of the summit pinnacle taken below the sadd...
A view of the summit pinnacle taken below the sadd...
Camp on South Ridge of Jefferson.
Camp on South Ridge of Jefferson.

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