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Mountain Madness

9249 17th Avenue Southwest, Seattle

One-Day Cascade Glacier Walking Tour for One, Two, or Three from Mountain Madness

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Highlights

Participants can lean about glaciers and how they fir into the bigger picture of water resources, wildlife habi­tat, and more

About This Deal

  • Departure time: chosen at reservation
  • Departure location: 9249 17th Avenue Southwest, Seattle, WA
  • Subject to availability
  • About the guide: Taryn Black is a Ph.D. glaciol­o­gist can­di­date whose research and projects include work done on Bak­er’s Cole­man glac­i­er

Need To Know

Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Registration required. Must sign waiver. Cascade Glacier Walking Tour for Three: limit 3 per person; may be repurchased every 30 days. Merchant's standard cancellation policy applies (any fees not to exceed voucher price). Subject to availability. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Mountain Madness

Though founded by a seasoned international climber, Mountain Madness is dedicated to getting amateurs out on the peaks. A squad of guides, adept at both climbing and teaching, lead excursions that include climbs and wilderness treks, all while imparting practical mountaineering skills. This holds true on their specialty North American alpine summit climbs that accommodate the varying paces of beginner and more experienced climbers. At areas such as Mount Baker and Mount Shuksan, groups navigate forests, active glaciers, rugged rock formations, and intersections with broken traffic lights as they advance to the top—either in one day or over a longer camping trip.

Adventure also permeates the rock-climbing courses, and an array of lead-rope-climbing excursions. Both set out to conquer single- and multi-pitch climbs over granite and other rock on routes in Washington Pass, Leavenworth, and beyond. Though the aforementioned trips are available year-round, avalanche-preparedness training and backcountry skiing excursions present different ways to delve into the winter wilderness.