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big rog

Second year hiker /climber lookin for insight

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Hi I am new to this site as well as new to bloging. I am also fairly new to hiking/ climbing as in my first climb was last year to Mt hood summit. I was hoping to find insite on climbing different mountians in the northwest due to i am hooked on the adventure and sense of accomplishment of mt climbing. i was hoping to not only climb hood again this year but also Mt St helens. Of the info i have read they have all said it is a good climb for beginers. also have read that the climb could be done in a day. My question is approx how long round trip does the st helens climb take and is it like hood where the climb starts at midnight. your input will be much apprechiated thanks in advance

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