Olympic Mountains Climbing

Olympic Mountains climbing with Pacific Alpine Guides

Climb Mt. Olympus with Pacific Alpine Guides

MT OLYMPUS

Olympus is the highest peak in the Olympic Mountains, an impressive glaciated massif crowned by three summits, guarded by a 17.5 mile approach. We spend 4 or 5 days on this trip, hiking and climbing through a full range of ecosystems from lush rainforest to high alpine.

ELEVATION: 7980′
LENGTH: 4-5 days
SEASON: June-September

MT DECEPTION

The highest peak in the eastern Olympics and the second highest in the range after Mt. Olympus, Mt. Deception is a rewarding climb on a big mountain. Despite it’s relatively non-technical nature, there’s still plenty of excitement to be had.

ELEVATION: 7788′
LENGTH: 2 days
SEASON: May-September

Climb Mt. Constance with Pacific Alpine Guides

MT CONSTANCE

One of the most visually prominent peaks on Seattle’s western skyline, Mt Constance is the highest mountain in the eastern Olympics, offering some of the best alpine climbing in the range. The approach is steep, the terrain is challenging, and there’s no easy way up.

ELEVATION: 7756′
LENGTH: 3 days
SEASON: June-September

Olympic Mountains climbing with Pacific Alpine Guides

OLYMPICS CUSTOM PROGRAMS

Wild and remote peaks, fun climbing, and no crowds. The Olympics may not be the biggest mountains in the Northwest, but they’re some of the most interesting. We’re able to guide most of the mountains in this range on a custom basis for private groups and individuals, including peaks that many people have never heard of.

LENGTH: 1-9 days
DATES: custom
SEASON: varies