Mt. Baker reclaimed the world record for single season snowfall in 1998-99 95 FEET, taking it from Rainier. Next to Rainier, Baker is the most glaciated peak in the lower 48 states. Easton is the most moderate route on the peak, and it's long with moderate crevasse danger.
Climb of Mt Baker via Easton Glacier
Thur eve : Drive up and camp near trailhead
Fri 9:00 am Meet at Trailhead and Hike In
Sat Wee Hours in the Morning : Summit Day and Back to Camp Optional hike out if we have time
Sun Hike Out and Drive back
The Easton is currently in good shape and snow covered, mostly with only one or two crevasses opening up. Be prepared to camp on snow.
Crevasse Rescue is a requirement for this climb.