Mt. Aix is the dominant Cascades peak in the William O. Douglas Wilderness just east of Mt. Rainier National Park -- and ranks as the 39th most prominent peak in the Washington Cascades (7766' elevation). With a southwest exposure and located in Mt. Rainier's rain shadow, this peak is often accessible earlier in the season than many peaks of comparable height. Great views of the surrounding Cascade peaks and often mountain goats.
Detailed prospectus here:<br> https://docs.google.com/document/d/1YxGwTtabcBuR42ELSmox98eHJX2fhRwgrv0NhCkbqI8/edit?usp=sharing
|Driving Distance from Portland||203 miles|
|Driving Time from Portland||4 hours|
|Expected Duration||Car to car in one day|
|Relevant Books||Cascade Alpine Guide, Volume I, Columbia River to Stevens Pass by Fred Beckey|
|Relevant Maps||USGS 7 minute series, Bumping Lake & Timberwolf Mountain Google map|