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Description

Mt Baker, the northern sentinel of the Cascade range, is one of the iciest of all cascade volcanos. 44 miles of ice spread over 12 Glaciers.

Approach

Mount Baker Trail is used for northern routes. forest service road 39 from highway 542. Baker Pass trail 603 off highway 20 is used to approach the Easton Glacier.

Routes

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Class 2 AI1- F Easton Glacier Alpine 11000ft

easiest route to summit. also a popular spring ski descent

2
Class 2 IFAS:PD Coleman Upper Demming Glacier Alpine 11000ft

the original route climbed on Mt Baker. Approach via the Mount Baker Trail. Take a right up the Hogs Back, a lateral Moraine. Ascend the right flank of the Coleman Glacier. usually fewer crevasses father west. bear towards the black buttes to the saddle between colfax peak and grand Peak. Proceed upwards via pummice ridge. stay right of the Roman Wall to summit crater.

FA: Edmund Coleman

3
AI1 IFAS:AD III ** North Ridge Alpine 11000ft
4
Class 2 F Squak Glacier Alpine 4000ft
6
AI3 Coleman Headwall Ice 4000ft
7
AI1 to AI2 Park Glacier Headwall Alpine
8
5.6 AI1 III The Roman Nose Alpine
9
AI1 to AI2 The Roosevelt Headwall Alpine

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