Mount Baker | Coleman - DemingMount Baker | Coleman - Deming

The Coleman-Deming route is the most popular and commonly climbed route on Mt Baker. It begins at the Heliotrope Ridge trailhead and involves glacier travel, steep snow slopes, and a final push to the summit. It's considered a moderately technical route and requires glacier travel skills and experience.

It offers a challenge for those with some experience, while still being an attainable goal for new climbers.

ELEVATION:  10,781 ft / 3286 m
ROUTE:          Coleman-Deming Glaciers
DURATION:    3 days

Mount Baker | North RidgeMount Baker | North Ridge

The North Ridge route is a more challenging and technical route on Mount Baker. It requires advanced mountaineering skills, including roped climbing, rock scrambling, and steep snow and ice sections. The route begins at the Heliotrope Ridge trailhead and offers a more direct and exposed ascent to the summit.

ELEVATION:  10,781 ft / 3286 m
ROUTE:          North Ridge
DIFFICULTY:  Intermediate - Advanced
DURATION:    3-4 days

Mount Baker | South Side | Easton GlacierMount Baker | South Side | Easton Glacier

The routes up the Easton and Squak Glaciers are classic mountaineering objectives. While both routes are straight-forward, they are not to be underestimated, as summit day will contain a nearly 5,000ft roped glacier climb culminating in the Roman Wall, and then a descent back to camp.

Route choice will be dependent upon the current conditions, and the volume of other climbing parties on the mountain. Either route will take us hiking through old growth forests, across alpine meadows and finally up onto the moraine below the massive south side glaciers, the Easton and Squak Glaciers.

ELEVATION:  10,781 feet / 3286 meters
ROUTE:          Easton / Squak Glacier
DURATION:    3 days

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