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Olympic Mountain 6500-foot Peaks

Ranked Peaks have 400 feet of Clean Prominence

Showing Jason Vaughn's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (4 out of 50, or 8%)

RankPeak Elev-M
Range (Level 5)Isol-KmAscent Date
1.The Brothers2085829Eastern Olympic Mountains11.52008-08-10
2.Buckhorn Mountain2130313Eastern Olympic Mountains4.52009-07-03
3.Elk Mountain2066261North-Central Olympic Mountains8.22010-07-05
4.Mount Deception23741264North-Central Olympic Mountains35.02014-09-21
 Mount Olympus24292389Central Olympic Mountains173.7 
 Mount Olympus-Middle Peak2417113Central Olympic Mountains.9 
 Mount Olympus-False Summit241449Central Olympic Mountains.1 
 Mount Olympus-East Peak236686Central Olympic Mountains.5 
 Mount Constance2364608Eastern Olympic Mountains9.1 
 Mount Johnson2353158North-Central Olympic Mountains2.2 
 Inner Constance2337362Eastern Olympic Mountains1.5 
 Mount Mystery-North Peak232824North-Central Olympic Mountains.1 
 Mount Mystery2328341North-Central Olympic Mountains2.1 
 Martin Peak232872North-Central Olympic Mountains.9 
 Mount Constance-South Summit231648Eastern Olympic Mountains.4 
 The Pyramid230436Eastern Olympic Mountains.2 
 Gasp Pinnacle230436North-Central Olympic Mountains.1 
 Mount Clark2295186North-Central Olympic Mountains.4 
 Gilhooley Tower229249North-Central Olympic Mountains.4 
 The Incisor228024North-Central Olympic Mountains.4 
 Stasis228036Eastern Olympic Mountains.1 
 Mount Walkinshaw2249115North-Central Olympic Mountains1.5 
 Athena2245172Central Olympic Mountains1.7 
 West Peak2245611Central Olympic Mountains12.5 
 Adelaide Peak224348North-Central Olympic Mountains.5 
 Point Smith-East Peak224385Eastern Olympic Mountains.2 
 Warrior Peak2243244Eastern Olympic Mountains1.3 
 C-141 Peak223754Eastern Olympic Mountains.3 
 Mount Anderson2231219Central Olympic Mountains1.3 
 Warrior Peak-Northwest Peak223185Eastern Olympic Mountains.2 
 Sundial220737North-Central Olympic Mountains.4 
 Athena II220737Central Olympic Mountains.2 
 Gray Wolf Ridge2200261North-Central Olympic Mountains4.3 
 Mount Cameron2192314North-Central Olympic Mountains7.3 
 Hal Foss Peak2188128North-Central Olympic Mountains1.0 
 Mount Cameron-East Peak218527North-Central Olympic Mountains.4 
 Mount Mathias2181315Central Olympic Mountains1.6 
 Mount Fricaba2176164North-Central Olympic Mountains1.2 
 Desperation Peak217073Eastern Olympic Mountains.7 
 Point Harrah2158158Eastern Olympic Mountains.7 
 Gray Wolf Ridge-South Peak2157206North-Central Olympic Mountains1.9 
 Mount Tom2157230Central Olympic Mountains3.7 
 Gray Wolf Pass NW2152226North-Central Olympic Mountains3.4 
 Point Schellin214673Eastern Olympic Mountains.3 
 Echo Rock2144120Central Olympic Mountains.7 
 Point Harrah-South Peak214055Eastern Olympic Mountains.5 
 North Petunia Peak2133219North-Central Olympic Mountains2.5 
 Mount Carrie2132522Central Olympic Mountains10.1 
 Cloudy Peak2126102Eastern Olympic Mountains.8 
 Buckhorn Mountain-Northeast Peak2120120Eastern Olympic Mountains.4 
 Petunia Peak2119132North-Central Olympic Mountains1.0 
 Mercury2118240Central Olympic Mountains1.8 
 Mount Fairchild2118167Central Olympic Mountains1.4 
 Little Mystery2116177North-Central Olympic Mountains1.0 
 Mount Worthington2115164Eastern Olympic Mountains1.7 
 Alphabet Ridge210936Eastern Olympic Mountains.4 
 The Thumb2109109Eastern Olympic Mountains.5 
 Chimney Peak2108316Central Olympic Mountains5.5 
 Ruth Peak2103106Central Olympic Mountains1.5 
 Crystal Peak2102285Central Olympic Mountains3.2 
 Snifter Spire209749North-Central Olympic Mountains.8 
 Warrior Arm-The Brave209797Eastern Olympic Mountains.3 
 Hermes2088113Central Olympic Mountains1.0 
 Boulder Ridge2088174Eastern Olympic Mountains1.5 
 Circe2087148Central Olympic Mountains.7 
 Mount Claywood2084389North-Central Olympic Mountains3.9 
 Baldy2081179North-Central Olympic Mountains2.0 
 Iron Mountain208194Eastern Olympic Mountains.5 
 Diamond Mountain2079360Central Olympic Mountains3.2 
 Peak 68102076210North-Central Olympic Mountains3.1 
 Panic Peak207551Central Olympic Mountains1.9 
 Mount Michael207245Central Olympic Mountains.4 
 Cats Ears207236Eastern Olympic Mountains.1 
 Moose Peak2072219North-Central Olympic Mountains3.7 
 McCartney Peak2068178North-Central Olympic Mountains5.1 
 Aeterna Tower206036Eastern Olympic Mountains.6 
 Bicentennial Peak2060231Central Olympic Mountains1.2 
 Peak 67592060194North-Central Olympic Mountains1.9 
 Wellesley Peak2060304North-Central Olympic Mountains3.8 
 Andersons Thumb204848Central Olympic Mountains.4 
 Mount Fromme204493North-Central Olympic Mountains.9 
 Grand Pass Peak204291North-Central Olympic Mountains1.2 
 Mount Meany2041590Central Olympic Mountains6.5 
 Mount Watterson202788Central Olympic Mountains1.5 
 The Brothers-North Peak202740Eastern Olympic Mountains.5 
 Copper Creek Peak2020228Eastern Olympic Mountains2.2 
 Mount Stone2015661Eastern Olympic Mountains10.8 
 Peak 6560201184Eastern Olympic Mountains.7 
 Mount Stone-Middle Peak201160Eastern Olympic Mountains.2 
 Charlia Lakes Peak201182Eastern Olympic Mountains.9 
 Sentinel Peak2009210North-Central Olympic Mountains2.3 
 The Destroyer199985Eastern Olympic Mountains.4 
 Mount Stone-North Peak199936Eastern Olympic Mountains.2 
 Hawk Peak1995142Eastern Olympic Mountains1.6 
 Aries1991125Central Olympic Mountains1.0 
 Tower 6700198773Eastern Olympic Mountains.3 
 Mount Elk Lick1986620Central Olympic Mountains6.6 
 Lost Peak1986120North-Central Olympic Mountains1.3 

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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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