Summit all the volcanoes of the Cascade Range! Includes 20 volcanoes in the Pacific Northwest stretching across BC, Washington, Oregon, and California. Awarded by the Tacoma Branch of the Mountaineers Club for climbing all 20 peaks. Note: includes Mt Garibaldi even though it's not in the Cascade Range. See more on the Mountaineers site:


Highest peak

Mount Rainier

14,411 ft / 4,392 m

Most prominent peak

Mount Rainier

13,212 ft / 4,027 m

Most summited peak

Mount Rainier

237 summits

Most difficult peak

Lassen Peak

Class 1

Difficulty breakdown

Class 1/2 3 peaks

Class 3/4 2 peaks

Top climbing months

July   27%

August   18%

June   17%

"After completing the Saranac Lake 6ers in April/May 2018, I went back with my niece Serena for Columbus Day weekend. Thank you for starting the Adirondack 29er Peak Challenge... we will be back next year : )" - Mount Baker, lancehansen, Oct 6, 2018
"Perfect weather for the hike up to the summit. Hiked up with my friend Marty and made it to the top in 2 1/2 hours. Explored the crater and some of the other summits and made it back to the truck in about 6 1/2 hours. My first Ultra 57!!!" - Lassen Peak, Sledhead29, Sep 27, 2018
"Started out at Climber's Bivouac and climbed up the Ptarmigan/Monitor Ridge Route. Excellent and demanding non-technical climb with Clara Erickson; harder than I thought it would be given the moving ash/sand during the final mile to the summit. Beautiful hike with a variety of conditions: lower portion through forest with some older growth Douglas firs during the Ptarmigan trail transitioning to the rugged and rocky scramble portion on the ridge and finally the sandy / ash portion. Wear short gators! It keeps the sand and ash out of your shoes /boots." - Mount Saint Helens, joeerickson, Aug 24, 2018
"This was a fast peak hike. The grade was nice, but unfortunately our views were impacted by smoke. There was still a snowfield near the top, but it had a well-trodden path through it. All in all, a great little peak hike." - Lassen Peak, kaylam87, Aug 19, 2018
"Headed in from Pole Creek Trailhead at 7:30, followed Camp Lake trail until the climbers trail and then walked the Hayden Glacier runoff stream up to the Glacier. I foolishly decided to hike up the glacier with only my boots, the crevasses were open wide and I had to make several zigzags to avoid getting swallowed. Then the upper section was steeper than anticipated so I had to do a lot of kick steps to keep from backsliding. Once getting up onto the saddle between Prouty Point and Middle the path is obvious, just make sure to stick to the ridgeline. I traversed a few times to the face and end" - Middle Sister, oregon-mt-goat, Aug 17, 2018