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Mount Triumph

Northeast Ridge

Sur­round­ed by a steep and extreme­ly rugged part of the North Cas­cades Nation­al Park, a climb on Mount Tri­umph offers one of the best mod­er­ate alpine rock routes in Wash­ing­ton State. The North­east Ridge, first climbed in 1965 by local pio­neers Joan and Joe Firey, is a straight­for­ward yet exposed climb on sol­id Skag­it gneiss. Tri­umph’s prox­im­i­ty, a few miles south­west of the infa­mous Pick­et Range, adds to its won­der­ful ambiance and pro­vides climbers with an amaz­ing back­drop while climb­ing the North­east Ridge. The approach is stren­u­ous (part of it on a great trail, the oth­er part via mod­er­ate cross-coun­try trav­el), but cer­tain­ly worth the effort. This is a fan­tas­tic peak that rivals For­bid­den or Shuk­san but is less trav­eled and more remote.

Price

  • Mount Tri­umph

    from $975 – 3

    • 1:1 - $1,500 per person
    • 2:1 - $975 per person

Dates

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Flight Information

For sched­uled cours­es and climbs, you should fly into Seat­tle-Taco­ma Inter­na­tion­al Air­port (SeaT­ac). You are respon­si­ble for your trans­porta­tion to down­town Seat­tle. You will meet as a group with your guide(s) ear­ly morn­ing on Day 1 for an ori­en­ta­tion meet­ing and equip­ment check.

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  • Mount Tri­umph

    from $975

    3

    • 1:1 - $1,500 per person
    • 2:1 - $975 per person
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Elevation

7,292 ft / 2223 m

Route

North­east Ridge

Grade

III 5.7

Difficulty

Intermediate

Climbers should be comfortable on steeper snow/ice slopes and/or 5.5-5.7 rock climbing experience depending on the objective. You should have a past climbing experience with proven skills.