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Mt. Hood (OR) * STANDING BY - Sun, Jan 5 2020, Mon, Jan 6 2020, Tue, Jan 7 2020

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The Basics:
Event Type:Mountaineering
Event Location:Oregon, USA
Date(s) & Time:Sun, Jan 5 2020, Mon, Jan 6 2020, Tue, Jan 7 2020  8:00 AM
Registration Cut Off: Wed, Dec 30 2020 12:00:00 PM
Event Duration:3 days
Difficulty Rating:D2: Moderate
Event Leader(s): Serguei Okountsev
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Member Cost:None

Participant Info:
Who's Invited: Members & Guests, 18 & Older Only
Attendee Screening: Attendees are Pre-Screened - Trip Leader will review your background and may contact you before accepting you on the trip.
Number Registered So Far: 0 (To see who's signed up, log in to the Member Area)

Itinerary:

Climbing Mt. Hood, the highest peak in Oregon, USA

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NOTE: Dates of this trip are approximate, it will go as soon as the weather and snow conditions are safe (we are not into epics anymore). As such, the trip's departure may move forward or back in time on a very short notice.


  Day 1

  • Drive to TH
  • Register
  • Car camp

Day 2

  • Climb Mt. Hood via Old Chute ( summitpost.org )
  • Drive back home - car camp midway

Day 3

  • Arrive home


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Notes:

Map of the area


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The route is about the same difficulty level as the Hogsback/Pearly Gates route but longer with a bit more exposure. It averages around 40-45 degrees, maybe give or take 5 degrees. A fall on the traverse could possibly end up with you in a fumarole. The traverse over to the true summit is also an exposed knife edge in one spot. Don't underestimate this route as everyone seems to think of Hood as a walk-up (although most years there are accidents and/or deaths) .

summitpost.org

 

 


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