Mt. Adams South Summit Climb


Distance: 12 miles round trip
Difficulty: Difficult
Elevation Gain: 6,700′
Trail Use: Climbing/Hiking
Congestion: Moderate
Hike Type: In and out
Pass Required: Northwest Forest Pass
Season: Late spring through early fall
Dogs Allowed: Yes, but not recommended
Family Friendly: No

Notes: Though Mt. Adams is a simpler climb compared to Mt. Hood and other mountains, do not take it for granted. It can still be deadly if proper precautions are not taken. Experienced climbers only.


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Mt. Adams Summit Trail 46.135900, -121.497600 (Directions)


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