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WWU Outdoor Center Impacts Grant

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Mt. St. Helens 8,363’

Mt. St. Helens 8,363’- Once at an elevation of 9,677’ Mt St. Helens experienced its first major eruption in 1980 reducing it to what we see today. As the shortest volcano in Washington, it remains as one of the most popular climbing destinations for both beginning and experienced climbers! Provides afternoon excursion or a discount to a weekend trip!


Glacier Peak 10,541’

This volcano presents itself in a way that is worthy of having a designated Wilderness area named after it! Not being active in nearly 300 years, Glacier Peak offers incredible vantage of the North Cascades. With a long approach, Glacier is a great place for intermediate mountaineers to test their skills! Covers a half-day trip and all of the necessary gear!


Mt. Baker 10,781’

Starring at students daily, Mt Baker is often climbed by the Outdoor Center! Mt Baker is the second most thermally active volcanoes in the Cascades. Often observed from the watch tower in the Arb, you can see steam rising from the Sherman Crater. With several routes up, the glaciers on Baker offer a wide variety of challenge for all hikers or mountaineers alike. Covers full day experience or a discount for a multi-day trip!


Mt. Adams 12,280’

While not active for over 1,000 years, Mt Adams still lives on as a volcano and is not yet considered extinct! The area surrounding Mt Adams offers many recreational opportunities from day hiking to horse riding. While not as glaciated as many of the other volcanoes, don’t be fooled. While there are easy-moderate routes up Adam’s, one of the primary concerns here is rock fall! A fully funded weekend adventure!


Mt. Rainier 14,411’

Coming in as the highest peak in Washington State, Mt Rainier draws attention from people all around the world! It is also considered one of the most dangerous volcanoes in the world. With the potential for eruption and extensive glaciers, it would threaten much of the surrounding areas. Rainier is also the most technical volcano in the Cascades to climb! But not to worry, surrounding hikes offer amazing views that anyone can access. Covers a multi-day adventure building new skills and community!



Shoot above the stars, $500 for 50 years! This provides a week long experience or the opportunity for several students to get out and explore for shorter day trips!

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