Helicopters from the Oregon Army National Guard located two climbers missing on Mount Hood Saturday evening.
The National Guard said the climbers would be taken to where they could be hoisted aboard and taken to Timberline Lodge.
Their identities and conditions were not released Saturday night.
The Clackamas County Sheriff's Office said at least one climber contacted authorities from Reid Glacier on the mountain's west side, saying they had lost their bearings and were not equipped to spend the night there.
Sheriff Pat Detloff said the two were in their 20s and signed out at Timberline Lodge about 12:30 a.m. Saturday. Such early starts are not unusual for climbers who want the safest conditions.
One radioed that he had an apparently minor shoulder injury.
On April 3, National Guard helicopters picked up two injured climbers from the same area.