A remote peak requiring a solid days' approach, Jack Mt. is one of Washington's coveted 9,000 footers. There is no glacier travel required on this route €“ rare for a peak this high at this latitude. The leaders of a recent climb on the SW route (unsuccessful) writes: "Doing the ascent from Crater Mountain and Jerry Lakes may be a better approach."
|Driving Distance from Portland||310 miles|
|Driving Time from Portland||6 hours|
|Expected Duration||Car to car in two or more days|
|Relevant Books||Climbing Washington's Mountains by Jeff Smoot Cascade Alpine Guide: Rainy Pass to Fraser River by Fred Beckey|
|Relevant Maps||USGS 7 minute series, Jack Mountain <href="http: maps.google.com="" maps?f="q&source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=Jack+Mountain&sll=38.134557,-95.712891&sspn=38.274046,93.164063&ie=UTF8&ll=48.770701,-120.955997&spn=0.015783,0.04549&t=p&z=15&iwloc=addr"" title="Google map">Google map</href="http:>|