Chinook Pass Bike Climb - PJAMM Cycling

Chinook Pass


Climb along the eastern slopes of Mt. Rainier, the highest peak in Washinton

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Climb Summary

Cycling Chinook Pass

Ride 12.5 miles gaining 3,206’ at 4.8% average grade.

This is a wonderfully scenic bike climb in northern Washington, 90 miles southeast of Tacoma and within 10 miles of Mt. Rainier at locations along the climb. Mount Rainier is in the Cascade Subrange of the Pacific Coast Mountain Range.

Mt. Rainier as seen from northwest of Seattle looking southeast.