Mount Goode is the highest peak in North Cascades National Park. Its massive structure towers over the surrounding landscape. The Northeast Buttress is almost 3000 feet from camp to summit, and splits the great North Face of Mount Goode. Few routes are as long, or of such great quality. The climbing is moderate but sustained, and follows the crest of the ridge for the entire length.
The Northeast Buttress of Mount Goode is a challenging objective guarded by vast wilderness. Such endeavors require competent and trustworthy partners. Allow Baker Mountain Guides to join you on your adventure, and share with you our expertise.