Mt Hood Summit Climb - Fundraiser for Asha for Education - AdventureTripr
Climbers on Mt Hood
Mountaineer on the summit of Mt Hood at dawn
Climbing route on Mt Hood
Mt. Hood as seen from an alpine lake

United States

Mt Hood Summit Climb - Fundraiser for Asha for Education

duration: 1 days

difficulty: Strenuous

group size: 6

experience: Beginner


Climb Mt. Hood, the tallest peak in Oregon and the world’s second most climbed mountain, with experienced guides. Mt. Hood challenges aspiring mountaineers to push their physical limits and realize their ambitions to climb a stunning glaciated peak.  

Prior to your climb, on a pre-determined date, you will do a snowskills course with guides who will teach you the skills necessary for your climb covering skills such as selecting clothing and equipment for a snow climb, how to walk in balance with an ice axe, traversing a slope, kicking steps, self arrest techniques, plunge stepping, glissading, assessing snow conditions and crampon use.  

On your summit day, you will climb above the clouds and witness the beautiful landscape of the Pacific Northwest’s volcanoes with views of Mt. Adams, Mt. Saint Helens, and even Mt. Rainier.  

Climbers should be ready for a strenuous, full day of physical and mental challenges on the mountain’s classic South Side route. Grit, determination, and sound decision-making can all come together with the awe-inspiring summit of Oregon’s biggest volcano.  

You will undergo a snowskills course with guides on a predetermined date, in preparation for your climb.  

This course is led by the Northwest School of Survival that operates under special use permit on the Mt. Hood National Forest. Also note that the cancellation policy on this trip varies from the general cancellation policy on our website. Please refer to the FAQs below for the details.  


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Day 1: Online pre-meeting and gear check

This trip includes a mandatory online pre-trip meeting two evenings before the course start date.  

All participants are required to attend a pre-trip meeting with their guide to check equipment, conditions and to establish a specific time and location to meet up on the morning of the climb. Pre-trip meetings are typically completed online from 6:30 to 8:30 pm, 2 days before a course (Thursday evening for Saturday course). An invitation will be sent out by your guide.  

You will bring all personal gear and equipment to this meeting. Your guides will go over the route, itinerary, and gear (personal and gear) to ensure everyone has what they need.  

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Climbers on Mt Hood
Mountaineer on the summit of Mt Hood at dawn
Climbing route on Mt Hood
Mt. Hood as seen from an alpine lake




Admission fees
Guide fees


All meals
Alcoholic beverages
Travel insurance
Personal gear
Luggage transfers
Airport transfer
International flights
Domestic flights
Local guide
Some meals

Do not forget to arrange for the requisite passport, visa and travel insurance, if you are booking an international trip.

We try our best to ensure accurate and up-to-date guide information, but in some cases this may change due to emergencies or other unforeseen guide scheduling challenges. In any case, another highly-rated, certified guide with similar experience would lead your trip and you will be kept informed of any such case.

Cancellation Policy

* You will receive a full refund minus $100 cancellation fee. For our full cancellation policy, see our Terms & Conditions


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$775 USD