Snow Snow

Snow routes usually include a few hundred feet of climbing steep enough to demand using a rope. The longest routes we guide have over 1,500 feet of steep snow. We cover this steep terrain in, seemingly countless pitches anchored by snow-pickets. Some routes require using two tools to move quickly.

Mt Hood Summit Program

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Summit Program at the Silcox Hut

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North Face of Broken Top

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Anchors and Belay for Steep Snow Climbs

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Steep Snow Climbing Clinic

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Devil’s Kitchen Headwall

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Cooper Spur

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West Crater Rim

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Pico de Orizaba – Citlateptl

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Leuthold’s Couloir

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Climbing Reid Headwall Mt. Hood

Reid Glacier Headwall

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Eleven O’Clock Couloir

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Prouty Glacier Headwall

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Northeast Arete of North Sister

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North Ridge of Middle Sister

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North and Middle Sister

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Wy’East Route

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