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Olympic Mountain 6500-foot Peaks

Ranked Peaks have 400 feet of Clean Prominence

Showing Fred Beavon's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (6 out of 51, or 11.76%)

RankPeak Elev-Ft
Range (Level 5)Isol-MiAscent Date
1.Buckhorn Mountain69881028Eastern Olympic Mountains2.81999-09-08 a
2.Elk Mountain6779859North-Central Olympic Mountains5.12000-08-02
3.Mount Stone66122172Eastern Olympic Mountains6.72002-07-02
4.The Brothers68422722Eastern Olympic Mountains7.12002-07-10
5.Baldy6827587North-Central Olympic Mountains1.02003-07-23 a
6.Gray Wolf Ridge7218858North-Central Olympic Mountains2.62003-07-23 b
 Mount Olympus79697838Central Olympic Mountains108.0 
 Mount Deception77884148North-Central Olympic Mountains21.7 
 Mount Constance77561996Eastern Olympic Mountains5.7 
 Mount Johnson7720520North-Central Olympic Mountains1.3 
 Inner Constance76671187Eastern Olympic Mountains.9 
 Mount Mystery76391119North-Central Olympic Mountains1.3 
 Mount Clark7528608North-Central Olympic Mountains.3 
 Athena7365565Central Olympic Mountains1.0 
 West Peak73652005Central Olympic Mountains7.7 
 Warrior Peak7360800Eastern Olympic Mountains.8 
 Mount Anderson7321721Central Olympic Mountains.8 
 Mount Cameron71901030North-Central Olympic Mountains4.3 
 Hal Foss Peak7179419North-Central Olympic Mountains.6 
 Mount Mathias71561036Central Olympic Mountains.8 
 Mount Fricaba7139539North-Central Olympic Mountains.7 
 Point Harrah7080520Eastern Olympic Mountains.5 
 Gray Wolf Ridge-South Peak7076676North-Central Olympic Mountains1.1 
 Mount Tom7076756Central Olympic Mountains1.8 
 Gray Wolf Pass NW7060740North-Central Olympic Mountains1.9 
 North Petunia Peak6998718North-Central Olympic Mountains1.5 
 Mount Carrie69951715Central Olympic Mountains6.2 
 Petunia Peak6953433North-Central Olympic Mountains.6 
 Mount Fairchild6950550Central Olympic Mountains.8 
 Mercury6950790Central Olympic Mountains1.0 
 Little Mystery6941581North-Central Olympic Mountains.4 
 Mount Worthington6938538Eastern Olympic Mountains1.0 
 Chimney Peak69171037Central Olympic Mountains2.8 
 Crystal Peak6896936Central Olympic Mountains1.7 
 Boulder Ridge6852572Eastern Olympic Mountains.9 
 Circe6847487Central Olympic Mountains.5 
 Mount Claywood68361276North-Central Olympic Mountains2.1 
 Diamond Mountain68221182Central Olympic Mountains1.7 
 Peak 68106810690North-Central Olympic Mountains1.8 
 Moose Peak6800720North-Central Olympic Mountains2.3 
 McCartney Peak6784584North-Central Olympic Mountains2.5 
 Bicentennial Peak6760760Central Olympic Mountains.7 
 Peak 67596759639North-Central Olympic Mountains1.1 
 Wellesley Peak6758998North-Central Olympic Mountains2.2 
 Mount Meany66951935Central Olympic Mountains4.1 
 Shelter Peak6640440North-Central Olympic Mountains.9 
 Copper Creek Peak6628748Eastern Olympic Mountains1.3 
 Sentinel Peak6592692North-Central Olympic Mountains1.4 
 Hawk Peak6545465Eastern Olympic Mountains.6 
 Aries6533413Central Olympic Mountains.5 
 Mount Elk Lick65172037Central Olympic Mountains3.8 

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List Description

In many ways, the Olympic Mountains are a vast undiscovered country to Seattle-area hikers and climbers. The peaks are lower in elevation and harder to access than those in the Cascade Range, but they still offer a remarkable amount of ruggedness and wilderness.

This list shows the highest peaks in the range, all above an arbitrary 6500-foot cutoff. A peak only earns a rank if it has over 400 feet of clean prominence. Note that the Olympic Climber's Guide lists many named rock towers and spires in the Olympus, Constance, and Deception areas that have very low prominence values and are therefore not ranked.


  • This list was first prepared in about 1998, using the Olympic Climber's Guide as a starting point and looking at paper topographic maps.
  • Many thanks to Paul Klenke, who prepared an exhaustive Olympic summit list (see link below) and helpfully pointed out several discrepancies and errors in this list.


     The Olympics Range-Sorted by Elevation

Selected Guidebook(s) for this List

       Climber's Guide to the Olympic Mountains (Olympic Mountain Rescue)

Caution: These books feature many of the peaks on this list, but may not have information on all of them.


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