Mt. Daniel has been described as a classic alpine peak along the Cascade crest. It offers a moderate approach, scenic camp, interesting route and outstanding views from its snowfields and glaciers. The route is a moderate scramble up with exposure on the southeast ridge. It's best done in mid summer through fall when ridge is snow free. Early season accents requires crampons and ice axe.

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Driving Distance from Portland 260 miles
Driving Time from Portland 6 hours
Expected Duration Car to car in two or more days
Relevant Books Selected Climbs in the North Cascades by Nelson and Potterfield Cascade Alpine Guide: Columbia River to Stevens Pass by Fred Beckey Scrambles in Washington by Peggy Goldman
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