This is an moderate ascent of a gentle peak in the Cascade Pass area in central WA, with outstanding views and classic alpine terrain: a nice approach trail, a short bit of glacier travel, and some 4th class rock scrambling on the summit block. While commonly done with a high camp, it can be climbed car-to-car in a long day.

The summit vistas are spectacular, from Mt. Baker south to Glacier Peak.

Note the correct name - Sahale Mountain, NOT Mt. Sahale or Sahale Peak.

Other Information
Driving Distance from Portland 310 miles
Driving Time from Portland 6 hours
General Route Info This route can be climbed card to car in a long day, but why not make it two days with a high camp with some of the most spectacular Cascade views you can imagine. weather: snow depth:
Expected Duration Car to car in two or more days
Interesting Features Mountain Views
Relevant Books Cascade Alpine Guide: Stevens Pass to Rainy Pass by Fred Beckey Selected Climbs in the Cascades Vol. 2 by Nelson and Potterfield Climbing Washington's Mountains by Jeff Smoot
Relevant Maps USGS 7 minute series, Cascade Pass Trails Illustrated North Cascades National Park #223 Google map
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