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Goode Mountain

North Cascades > North Cascades Highway - Hwy 20
48.4800, -120.9100 Map & Directions
Length
37.0 miles, roundtrip
Elevation Gain
8400 feet
Highest Point
9200 feet
Calculated Difficulty About Calculated Difficulty
Hard
Goode Mountain. Photo by John Porter. Full-size image
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Parking Pass/Entry Fee

Northwest Forest Pass

The route to Goode Mountain is a Class 5 and involves exposed climbing. Gear and experience recommended. Continue reading

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Hiking Goode Mountain

The route to Goode Mountain is a Class 5 and involves exposed climbing. Gear and experience recommended.

Goode Mountain is the tallest peak in North Cascades National Park and can be reached via the Pacific Crest Trail south of Rainy Pass.

Goode Mountain

Map & Directions

Trailhead
Co-ordinates: 48.4800, -120.9100 Open in Google Maps

Before You Go

A $26 backcountry permit is required to camp overnight in North Cascades National Park. Permits must be picked up in person at one of the park's Wilderness Information Centers

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Parking Pass/Entry Fee

Northwest Forest Pass

WTA Pro Tip: Save a copy of our directions before you leave! App-based driving directions aren't always accurate and data connections may be unreliable as you drive to the trailhead.

Getting There

Drive Hwy 20 through the town of Marblemount and on towards North Cascades National Park. After approximately 50 miles, the Rainy Pass trailhead will be on the south (right) side of the road. There is room here for 40 cars, as well as a privy. There is also a parking area on the north side of the road here which provides access to other trails.

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Trailhead

North Cascades > North Cascades Highway - Hwy 20

North Cascades National Park

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