Washington, United States
Mount Redoubt is a mountain peak in the North Cascades range in Whatcom County in the U.S. state of Washington, close to the U.S.-Canada border and roughly 10 miles north of Mount Shuksan. The peak is located in the northern section of North Cascades National Park. It is the twentieth highest peak in the state, with a height of 8956 feet and a prominence of 1649 feet. Redoubt, Bear, and Depot creeks drain off the mountain, which is composed of Skagit gneiss. Mount Redoubt is listed as one of the "Classic Eight Peaks" in the North Cascades.
The mountain lies within the Stephen Mather Wilderness area of North Cascades National Park, in remote terrain far from human settlement and difficult to access. It was first climbed in 1930, by Jimmy Cherry and Bob Ross. The nearest higher peak is Mount Spickard, 8979 feet, which is 2.8 miles from Redoubt. Spickard's prominence, however, is much greater than Redoubt's.
There is a smaller mountain about 3 miles northwest of Mount Redoubt called Nodoubt Peak, whose name is a play on the larger mountain's name. Nodoubt Peak was named by a climbing party in 1967.