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Cascade Volcanoes Peak Pin

Tacoma Branch of the Mountaineers

Showing Andy Boos's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (14 out of 20, or 70%)

RankPeak Elev-Ft Range (Level 5) Prom-Ft Ascent Date
1.Mount Saint Helens8333Mount Saint Helens Area45731988-05-08
2.Mount Adams12,276Mount Adams Area81161988-07-09
3.Mount Baker10,781Skagit Range88121989-05-22
4.Mount Hood11,239Mount Hood Area77061990-06-17
5.Glacier Peak10,520Glacier Peak-North Stevens Pass Area74981990-07-21
6.Mount Thielsen9182Crater Lake Area33421990-09-17
7.Mount McLoughlin9495Southern Oregon Cascades44551990-09-18
8.South Sister10,358Sisters Area55881990-09-21
9.Broken Top9175Sisters Area21751990-09-22
10.Mount Rainier14,411Mount Rainier Area13,2101991-06-23
11.Lassen Peak10,457Lassen Peak Area52291991-07-06
12.Mount Shasta14,162Mount Shasta Area97621991-07-08
13.Mount Garibaldi8776Garibaldi Area28051993-08-28
14.Little Tahoma11,138Mount Rainier Area8181998-07-05
 Mount Jefferson10,497Mount Jefferson Area5777 
 North Sister10,085Sisters Area2725 
 Middle Sister10,047Sisters Area1127 
 Mount Bachelor9065Sisters Area2665 
 Three Fingered Jack7841Santiam Pass Area2481 
 Mount Washington7794Santiam Pass Area2554 

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List Description

This is a relatively new addition to the roster of peakbagging lists maintained by the Mountaineers. The Tacoma Branch of the club came up with this list of 20 Northwest volcanoes that stretch from California to British Columbia, and it does make a nice "tick list" for people interested in volcano climbing. Most of these peaks are also excellent ski-mountaineering destinations.

Note that despite being called the "Cascade Volcanoes Peak Pin", technically Mount Garibaldi in B.C. is usually not considered part of the Cascade Range, since the Fraser River is the natural northern boundary of the Cascades. However, it is a notable volcano formed by the same geologic forces that produced the ones to the south.

Selected Guidebook(s) for this List

       Climbing the Cascade Volcanoes (Smoot)

Caution: These books feature many of the peaks on this list, but may not have information on all of them.


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