For the more adventurous traveler, include a visit to 12,276 foot high snow capped Mount Adams – the least developed of the three volcanoes in the corridor. Its distance from population centers and roads make this mountain a relatively isolated mountain. With no visitor centers or paved access roads, Mount Adams Wilderness is a true backcountry experience and a classic Washington getaway. Camping is popular from early July to late October or early November. Venture out into remote forests offering stunning alpine lakes, plentiful wildlife, and opportunities for long and short hikes. For many, this area is tops for a true wilderness experience. If you’re looking to escape civilization, this is the place to do it.