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Mission-Naneum Ridges

Range TypeBogus mountain grouping for this site
Highest PointMission Peak (6876 ft/2096 m)
CountriesUnited States
States/ProvincesWashington
Area1,007 sq mi / 2,609 sq km
Area may include lowland areas
Extent43 mi / 70 km North-South
36 mi / 59 km East-West
Center Lat/Long47° 15' N; 120° 21' W
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Map of Mission-Naneum Ridges
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Wenatchee MountainsLevel 5 (Parent)
         Chiwaukum MountainsLevel 6 (Sibling)
         North Wenatchee MountainsLevel 6 (Sibling)
         Stuart RangeLevel 6 (Sibling)
         Teanaway AreaLevel 6 (Sibling)
         Mission-Naneum RidgesLevel 6



Major Peaks of the Mission-Naneum Ridges

Ten Highest Peaks
RankPeak NameftmRange6
1.Mission Peak68762096Mission-Naneum Ridges
2.Wenatchee Mountain67422055Mission-Naneum Ridges
3.Naneum Point-Lookout Site66292021Mission-Naneum Ridges
4.Lion Rock6360+1939+Mission-Naneum Ridges
5.Table Mountain6200+1890+Mission-Naneum Ridges
6.Mount Lillian South61911887Mission-Naneum Ridges
7.Mount Lillian6120+1865+Mission-Naneum Ridges
8.Bentrim Hill60781853Mission-Naneum Ridges
9.Tronsen Head59801823Mission-Naneum Ridges
10.Windy Knob5920+1804+Mission-Naneum Ridges
Sub-peaks are excluded from this list. List may not be complete, since only summits in the PBC Database are included.



Photos of Peaks in the Mission-Naneum Ridges

Windy Knob
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Windy Knob from East face of Diamondhead (2013-03-06). Photo by John Morrow.
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Diamond Head
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Diamond Head (2014-04-06). Photo by Steve Brown.
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