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Mount Baker

Also known as Koma Kulshan (or Kulshan), Mount Baker is a 10,781 ft active glaciated volcano located in the North Cascades of Washington about 15 miles south of the Canadian border, making it the northernmost volcano in the US. Mt. Baker offers several approaches with varying degrees of technical difficulty for would-be climbers. This course follows the Easton Glacier route which is moderately sloped, with one steep section just below the summit plateau, and a gain of just under 5,000 feet from camp to summit.