At 12,185 feet, Mount Adams is the 3rd highest in the Cascade Range and the 2nd highest mountain in Washington. Originally called Klickitat, Adams has a larger eruptable volume than Mount Rainier, only behind Mount Shasta in total volume in the Cascades.
The massive Mount Adams and its glaciers are balanced by two deep valleys, Hellroaring Canyon and Avalanche Valley, carved by ancient glaciers that flowed off the mountain to the east during the last Ice Age.
The data acquisition flights took place in August and September, when snow coverage is at its minimum, so the crevasses of the 12 named glaciers are visible.
Your map is made to order and will arrive in 1 to 2 weeks.
Are these prints flat or 3D (they are flat!) and answers to other common questions can be found in our FAQ.
The data for our maps is gathered using LiDAR sensors. This lets us resolve terrain detail down to about 2 feet wide, which is 9x better than existing maps.
Our Cascade maps display the terrain, with nothing else getting in the way. You can see lava fields, glaciers, cinder cones, and other geological phenomena normally hidden from view.
From options like aluminum and acrylic to wood-mounted, we've selected the highest quality mediums to make your map pop.