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Mountaineers Baker's Dozen

Showing Paul McClellan's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (2 out of 18, or 11.11%)

RankPeak Elev-M Range (Level 6) Prom-M Ascent Date
1.Mount Baker3286Baker-Shuksan Massif26861993-07-04
2.Mount Shuksan2783Baker-Shuksan Massif13441993-08-29
 Seward Peak2438Baker-Shuksan Massif42 
 American Border Peak2437Border Ranges852 
 Mount Larrabee2396Border Ranges299 
 Mount Blum2341Bacon-Blum-Triumph Area1000 
 Hadley Peak2291Baker-Shuksan Massif121 
 Canadian Border Peak2277Border Ranges  
 Seahpo Peak2268Baker-Shuksan Massif134 
 Tomyhoi Peak2266Border Ranges620 
 Mount Sefrit2180Baker-Shuksan Massif473 
 Ruth Mountain2169Baker-Shuksan Massif401 
 Hagan Mountain2158Bacon-Blum-Triumph Area183 
 Icy Peak2156Baker-Shuksan Massif327 
 Bacon Peak2152Bacon-Blum-Triumph Area763 
 South Twin2134Twin Sisters-Foothills1073 
 North Twin2024Twin Sisters-Foothills207 
 Mount Watson1896Bacon-Blum-Triumph Area396 

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List Description

These 18 peaks are all near the dominant landmark of Mount Baker. It is called the "Baker's Dozen" because to earn the Mountaineers Peak Pin for this list you must climb any 13 peaks on the list. Outside of Mount Baker itself and the famously scenic Mount Shuksan, these summits are all relatively obscure.

However, climbing 13 (or 18) peaks on this list is a serious mountaineering objective. Virtually no summits here are walk-ups or even scrambles, and most involve crossing glaciers or steep snowfields. There are also a number of epic bushwhacking approaches to some of the more remote peaks, and one of them (Canadian Border Peak) is across the border in Canada.

 


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