Stevens Peak anchors the far east end of the Tatoosh Range, a mini-range in the south end of Mt. Rain-Here National Park. Stevens is seldom climbed, as it's rather far to get to with a somewhat problematic approach, especially when compared to to the ridiculously easy access of the Castle-Pinnacle Plummer area of the Tatoosh. Even Mssr. Beckey writes "Allow a full day." Stevens is about 1 mile east of Unicorn, and that offers a decent approach. It's quite possible to climb the trifecta of Unicorn, Boundary and Stevens in one day, or Unicorn and Stevens, or just Stevens.
|Driving Distance from Portland||150 miles|
|Driving Time from Portland||3 hours|
|Expected Duration||Car to car in one day|
|Relevant Books||Cascade Alpine Guide: Columbia River to Stevens Pass by Fred Beckey|
|Relevant Maps||Maps: USGS 7 minute series, Tatoosh Lakes and Mt. Rainier East; Green Trails: Mt. Rainier East / Packwood <href="http: maps.google.com="" maps?f="q&source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=stevens+peak+WA&sll=37.0625,-95.677068&sspn=40.86791,93.076172&ie=UTF8&hq=&hnear=Stevens+Peak,+Packwood,+Lewis,+Washington+98361&ll=46.753035,-121.647491&spn=0.554187,1.454315&t=p&z=10"" title="Google map">Google map</href="http:>|