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Jump to Map of List PeaksMethod: Clean | Average | Optimistic Show List using U.S. Units (Feet)

Mountaineers Seattle Clubhouse Peaks

Showing Fred Beavon's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (6 out of 10, or 60%)

RankPeak Elev-M Range (Level 6) Prom-M Ascent Date
1.Mount Ellinor1804Hamma Hamma-Cushman Group1341990-05-03 a
2.Mount Townsend1914Constance-Buckhorn Group1831990-06-21 b
3.Buckhorn Mountain2130Constance-Buckhorn Group3011999-09-08 a
4.Mount Lena1827Duckabush-Hamma Hamma Group3152002-06-26 a
5.Mount Bretherton1817Duckabush-Hamma Hamma Group3782002-06-26 b
6.Mount Skokomish1961Duckabush-Hamma Hamma Group3522002-07-17
 Mount Worthington2115Constance-Buckhorn Group152 
 Boulder Ridge2088Constance-Buckhorn Group174 
 Mount Henderson1830Duckabush-Hamma Hamma Group99 
 Mount Pershing-Middle Peak1789Hamma Hamma-Cushman Group58 

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List Description

The ten summits on this list are all in the eastern Olympic Mountains (visible across Puget Sound from Seattle) and also easily ascended as alpine scrambles, rather than serious climbs. They provide a good list of Olympic summits that lack the daunting climbing challenge of the range's higher peaks, and that are also more accessible from the Seattle area than the more remote Olympic wilderness.


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