Glacier Peak Wilderness: Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie, WA

US Forest Service

Glacier Peak Wilderness: Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie

The 566,057 acre Glacier Peak Wilderness is located in the northern Cascade Mountains of Washington State bordering Stephen Mather Wilderness to the north and Henry M. Jackson Wilderness to the south....[more]




With routes on 140 peaks and faces with rates among the best in the United States, this Wilderness is a popular destination for mountain climbers’. Blue Mountain’s 700-foot granite face routes are rated as high as 5.10. Other faces in the Wilderness exceed 1,000 feet.

Note: Due to the popularity of the area there are special restrictions in place throughout the Wilderness in order preserve the ecological integrity of the region. Help protect your wilderness by following wilderness regulations and using Leave No Trace principles.

Topo Maps

Agnes mountain, Benchmark Mountain, Cascade Pass, Clark Mountain, Dome Peak, Downey Mountain, Gamma Peak, Glacier Peak East, Glacier Peak West, Goode Mountain, Holden, Huckleberry Mountain, Illabot Peaks, Lime Mountain, Lucerne, Mount David, Mount Lyall, Mount Pugh, Pinnacle Mountain, Poe Mountain, Prairie Mountain, Saska Peak, Schaefer Lake, Sloan Peak, Snowking Mountain, Sonny Boy Lakes, Stehekin, Suiattle Pass, Trinity, White Chuck Mountain.  Download free U.S. Forest Service Topo maps.

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