Altitude 4115m a.s.l
Mount Dade is one of the high peaks in the Mount Abbot Group, on the Sierra crest between Mount Abbot and Bear Creek Spire, at the head of Rock Creek Canyon. The Little Lakes Valley at the head of the canyon is is one of the most picturesque regions of the Sierra Nevada, yet it is relatively easy to reach. The high summer trailhead at Mosquito Flat (10,300 feet) offers short approach routes to these magnificent peaks.
The hourglass couloir and east side slopes are probably the most popular way to reach this summit, but if you're looking for something a bit more alpine, the North Face is the route to do.
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