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Cascade Alpine Guide, Vol. 2; Stevens Pass to Rainy Pass

Cascade Alpine Guide, Vol. 2; Stevens Pass to Rainy Pass

Climbing & High Routes, 3rd Edition


By author: Fred Beckey
384 Pages, 978-0-89886-838-8
Mountaineers Books 06/9/2003
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* Cascades climbing routes -- the guidebooks relied on for more than 25 years
* Northwest climbing legend Fred Beckey has summited and explored hundreds of Cascade peaks
* Hand-drawn maps and photos with route overlays, as well as approach information

Volume II in the classic Cascade Alpine Guide series features expert information on more than 300 climbing and high routes in the Cascades. This volume covers the middle of the Cascade Range, from the foothills east of Puget Sound to Lake Chelan. You'll find geographical, historical, and geological overviews of the majestic mid-Cascade region, plus important tips on safety and backcountry usage. Legendary author/climber Fred Beckey includes technical and grade information for each route to make clear exactly what type of climb you are embarking upon.

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Black Peak (PDF):
Black is a massive and very important high peak, one of the giants of the North Cascades, on the Granite–Grizzly Creek divide 3.8 mi. W of Rainy Pass. 4 Routes, 2 Pages.
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Clark Mountain (PDF):
Wholly on the White-Napeequa River divide, Clark is 8 mi. SE of Glacier Peak. Its distinctively carved rock summit (schist) can be seen from long range. 3 Routes, 4 Pages.
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Eldorado Peak (PDF):
Eldorado is one of the grand summits in the North Cascades. It is of colossal size and has an individual aloofness above the rivalry of adjacent peaks and ridges; its W flank features a dramatic relief of 6400 ft in 2 mi. from Marble Creek valley. 5 Routes, 3 Pages.
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Snowfield Peak (PDF):
Snowfield, the highest peak of the subrange SW of Diablo Lake, is a pyramidally shaped summit massif of Skagit Gneiss. The Neve Glacier (3 km) extends high on the N flank of the peak. 3 Routes, 2 Pages.
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Vesper Peak (PDF):
Located 2 mi. S of Big Four Mountain, Vesper’s moderate S slopes can be seen from the highway hill S of Monroe. The asymmetrical peak has a sheer N face, offering excellent technical routes. 3 Routes, 3 Pages.
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Whitehorse Mountain (PDF):
Because Whitehorse rises over 6000 vertical ft in just 3 mi. from Darrington, it has become one of the most notable alpine spectacles in the North Cascades. With low footings on all flanks, Whitehorse is easily recognized from long distances. 4 Routes, 3 Pages.
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