Mt. Baker

Climb Mt Baker

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Mt. Baker, the highest point of the North Cascades, is a heavily glaciated dormant volcano. The 12 active glaciers of Mt Baker cover an area exceeding 20 square miles. With its great mass of snow and ice and its easy accessibility, Mt. Baker is unique as it requires less than one day of hiking. This combination creates a perfect alpine training ground. This climb of the ice king of the North Cascades via some of the largest and most scenic glaciers in the contiguous United States will be led by AAI's experienced guides and is bound to be an unforgettable adventure.

Physical conditioning

Details below provided by AAI.

In the best interest of personal safety, success and team compatibility, adequate training and excellent physical condition are required. Climbers must be able to carry an average of 60 pounds or more. Climbers need to be in excellent physical condition for both personal enjoyment and team integrity. 

 

 

Elevation:

10,781 feet

Guide service:

Alpine Ascents International (AAI)

Fundraising Total:

$4,000 USD