The south ridge of 12,276 Mt. Adams is the easiest route to the summit of a major volcanoe in the Cascades. With no glacier travel it can be climbed without an ice axe or crampons in good conditions. As such it's a crowded place on spring and summer weekends, but well worth the long drive, and crowds, when the snow is prime. These pictures are of Scott Rose boarding the chutes in late June 2004. Go to the next page for skiing in the 90s.

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SW Chutes II


Mt Adams West Face


Mt Adams West Face

Climbing South Ridge

To the Summit

Scott Headstand on summit

Jim Headstand

Cuting the Chutes

Groovin'

Thumbs Up!

On and On

Turn after Turn

Adams Glacier

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