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Devine hike and view

A must hike for outdoors enthusiasts! While hiking from the trailhead is possible, i recommend... read more

Reviewed 18 June 2015
Kevin M
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Winter Springs, Florida
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Stunning, Gorgeous, Breathtaking, Majestic, Transformative, Ethereal

I was here a few days ago to attempt my first mountain climb, and I went solo. After training on... read more

Reviewed 26 July 2012
Leezard123
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Saint Paul, Minnesota
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One of five volcanoes in Washington's Cascade Mountains, this mountain is 12,276 feet high and is surrounded by the Mount Adams Wilderness.
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17 Jun 2015
“Devine hike and view”
26 Jul 2012
“Stunning, Gorgeous, Breathtaking, Majestic, Transformative, Ethereal”

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Reviewed 18 June 2015 via mobile

A must hike for outdoors enthusiasts! While hiking from the trailhead is possible, i recommend hiking to the Lunch counter and spending the night there. 12miles round trip with 6700ft of elevation gain Reccomend crampons anywhere after the lunch counter, even with good bootpack. This...More

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Reviewed 26 July 2012

I was here a few days ago to attempt my first mountain climb, and I went solo. After training on Mt. Hood, where you smell diesel fumes, listen to the roar of snowmobiles, and dodge extreme skiers from 6000-8000 ft., Adams was much more peaceful...More

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