Mount Baker, 10,781′

Climb Mt. Baker with Pacific Alpine Guides

Climb the Easton Glacier on Mt. Baker with Pacific Alpine Guides

EASTON GLACIER

The Easton Glacier is an aesthetic route of moderate difficulty on the south side of Baker. While it’s one of the least technical routes on the mountain, it still poses significant challenges such as steep snow, crevasses, and high alpine weather.

DIFFICULTY: Grade II; 30° snow and ice
DURATION: 3 days
SEASON: May-September

Climb the Coleman-Deming Route on Mt. Baker with Pacific Alpine Guides

COLEMAN-DEMING

The Coleman-Deming is the standard route on Mt. Baker, ascending the northwestern flank of the mountain. Offering interesting, moderate climbing on the third highest peak in Washington State, this is an excellent route for beginner and experienced climbers alike.

DIFFICULTY: Grade II+; 35° snow and ice
LENGTH: 3 days
SEASON: May-September

Climb the North Ridge of Mt. Baker with Pacific Alpine Guides

NORTH RIDGE

Considered one of the best snow and ice routes in the US, the North Ridge is a must do for climbers and mountaineers ready to take their skills to the next level – with 40-50° snow, ice climbing up to 70° using two tools, complex glacier travel, and a longer summit day.

DIFFICULTY: Grade III, 70°+ snow and ice
LENGTH: 3 days
SEASON: May-September