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.

Other Information
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
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