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Mount Goode

Northeast Buttress

This is a favorite among many Cas­ca­di­an alpine climbers. Our route ascends the Goode Glac­i­er to the super clas­sic rock but­tress of the North East Ridge of Mount Goode. The rock ridge ascends mod­er­ate 5.5 ter­rain, straight to the sum­mit of the peak. On the sum­mit you are pre­sent­ed with spec­tac­u­lar 360-degree views of the North Cas­cades Nation­al Park.

Mount Goode, 9199 foot / 2,161 meter, is one of the major peaks in the North Cas­cades and is the high­est point in the North Cas­cades Nation­al Park. An ascent of Mt Goode is a spec­tac­u­lar achieve­ment due to its remote nature and the route’s diverse char­ac­ter­is­tics. Climb­ing Mount Goode is a full on Cas­cade adven­ture with a long approach, com­plex descent and one of the most aes­thet­ic climb­ing lines in the area. This is the full meal deal!

This climb is done on a cus­tom basis. 


  • Mount Goode

    from $1,800 – 4 Days

    • 1:1 - $2,500 per person
    • 2:1 - $1,800 per person


Climb is Arranged on a Custom Basis — Contact Us




  • Mount Goode

    from $1,800

    4 Days

    • 1:1 - $2,500 per person
    • 2:1 - $1,800 per person
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9,199 ft / 2804 m


North­east Buttress


IV 5.5


Advanced Intermediate

Climbers should be comfortable climbing on exposed ridges, 45 to 60 degree snow/ice slopes and/or 5.6+ rock and have a well-rounded past history of climbing experience. Depending on the objective, climbers may need only snow/ice skills or only rock skills; and vice-versa. Some climbs may require both skill sets.