– Lat/Long: 43.15° N 122.22° W

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Mount Bailey mountain guide

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Mount Bailey

Photo credit: Brent Heffner

  • Elevation: 2551 m
  • Difficulty: Walk up
  • Best months to climb: June, July, August, September
  • Convenient center: Roseburg OR

Mount Bailey Climbing Notes

Raina from UNITED STATES writes:

Climbed 8/20/2019.
Mosquitos still very present below treeline. 5mph wind at summit and only needed a light jacket and shorts there at 10:30 am, although started with pants on and layers. Very little snow still left in 2 or 3 places, but not on trail.
Loose volcanic rock for last 1.5 miles. Very cool rock wall and “window”, 360 degree summit views, with fantastic lookout over Mt. Thielsen and Diamond Lake.
Someone has tried to remove USGS survey marker, but it’s still there; no summit register box present, or shelter of any kind at the top.
I’ve taken several beginners here, including one who had not told me in advance that she was scared of heights (I had to coax her along the last half mile). It can be very windy above treeline, so be prepared.


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1. Mount Thielsen (2797 m) 12.3 km
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4. Diamond Peak (2665 m) 16.7 km
5. Wizard Island (2113 m) 24.2 km
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