Dickerman Mountain (winter)

Dickerman Mountain is a moderate snow scramble of 8.6 miles with 3,870 feet of gain. It is on the Mountain Loop Highway starts on a trail which passes through old growth forest and eventually into the open, with the sheer north face providing wide-ranging views.


There is a waterfall gully located at 4,200 ft where the trail traverses under a steep rock face. The rock funnels snow down into a fan of compressed snow and ice. It can become very steep. Because of the shade from trees, the pile often survives into June. After the snow melts it isn't hazardous, but when snow-covered, it can be steep and a slip can be deadly. In such conditions, an ice ax is mandatory and possibly even crampons. Be prepared to turn around if not properly trained and equipped. Two fatalities were reported in 2006.


  • Only a scramble if snow covers part of trail.
  • Difficulty: Winter Scramble
  • Elevation Gain: 4,000 ft
  • 5,723 ft
  • USGS Bedal
  • Green Trails Sloan Peak No. 111
  • Red Marker
    48.049887, -121.483555
    48.0498870687 -121.48355484
  • Red Marker
    48.068717, -121.470938
    48.0687169742 -121.470937729

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