Mount Adams

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Mount Adams Region Washington
Mount Adams.jpg
Mount Adams from Camp Muir on Mt. Rainier
Elevation 3742 m (12277 ft)
Quick Info Mount Adams, the second highest mountain in Washington State, is a strato-volcano surrounded by 10 glaciers. It is part of the Cascade Range, a mountain chain that stretches from northern California to southern British Columbia and contains many volcanoes.