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Washington County High Points

Showing Andy Boos's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (39 out of 39, or 100%)

RankCountyPeak Elev-Ft Range (Level 4) Prom-Ft Ascent Date
1.PierceMount Rainier14,411South Washington Cascades13,2101991-06-23
2.YakimaMount Adams12,276South Washington Cascades81161988-07-09
3.WhatcomMount Baker10,781North Cascades88121989-05-22
4.SnohomishGlacier Peak10,520North Cascades74981990-07-21
5.ChelanBonanza Peak9511North Cascades37111995-07-08
6.SkagitMount Buckner9114North Cascades30341996-08-24
7.OkanoganNorth Gardner Mountain8956North Cascades39961996-09-01
8.SkamaniaMount Adams-West Slope8920South Washington Cascades02010-07-29
9.LewisBig Horn8000South Washington Cascades2402010-07-30
10.JeffersonMount Olympus7969Olympic Mountains78381991-07-27
11.KingMount Daniel7960South Washington Cascades34801993-10-10
11.KittitasMount Daniel7960South Washington Cascades34801993-10-10
13.Pend OreilleGypsy Peak7320Selkirk Mountains17202009-08-11
14.StevensAbercrombie Mountain7308Selkirk Mountains51682007-06-03
15.ClallamGray Wolf Ridge7218Olympic Mountains8182001-07-20
16.FerryCopper Butte7140Monashee Mountains47402007-05-31
17.MasonMount Stone6612Olympic Mountains21321988-06-05
18.ColumbiaOregon Butte6387Blue Mountains24072007-06-06
19.GarfieldDiamond Peak6379Blue Mountains7792007-06-05
20.AsotinRay Ridge6180Blue Mountains602007-06-05
21.SpokaneMount Spokane5883Selkirk Mountains35032007-06-04
22.KlickitatIndian Rock5845North Columbia Plateau25652008-06-19
23.CowlitzGoat Mountain4965South Washington Cascades20052008-06-18
24.Walla WallaLewis Peak4888Blue Mountains1682009-03-31
25.Grays HarborGrays Harbor County High Point4880Olympic Mountains02010-05-13
26.DouglasBadger Mountain4254North Columbia Plateau26742007-05-28
27.ClarkSturgeon Rock-West Ridge4080South Washington Cascades02008-06-18
28.WhitmanTekoa Mountain4009North Columbia Plateau10892007-06-05
29.BentonRattlesnake Hills Lookout3629North Columbia Plateau18292009-03-30
30.LincolnLilienthal Mountain3568North Columbia Plateau12682009-04-01
31.PacificPacific County High Point3000Washington Coastal Hills14802010-03-18
32.ThurstonQuiemuth Peak2922South Washington Cascades7622009-04-06
33.GrantBeezley Hills2899North Columbia Plateau7492009-04-01
34.WahkiakumHuckleberry Ridge2673Washington Coastal Hills3932009-04-07
35.San JuanMount Constitution2407Inside Passage Islands24071986
36.AdamsKarakul Hills2100North Columbia Plateau1902009-03-31
37.KitsapGold Mountain1761Washington Coastal Hills15212009-04-06
38.FranklinFranklin County High Point1640North Columbia Plateau5412009-03-31
39.IslandCamano Island High Point580Inside Passage Islands5802010-07-26

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List Description

There are 39 counties in Washington, and their high points make up the most serious collection of alpine challenges for county highpointers of any state except Alaska. The big volcanoes--Rainier, Adams, Baker, and Glacier Peak--are actually easier to climb than rocky, remote, and rugged giants like Bonanza, Buckner, and Olympus. Throw in a class-4 rock climb (Big Horn), more monster Cascade summits (Daniel, North Gardner), a few forested logging-road points in the southwest, flat farmland points in the east, and other random mountains, and you have a murderer's row line-up of peaks. As of early 2008, only four people were known to have climbed all these summits.

Acknowledgements

  • By 1995 I had a self-researched verision of this list, with 32 of the 39 points correct.
  • Book County High Points by Andy Martin; list compiled 1993 by Andy Martin, reviewed by Steve Fry, Ken Jones, and John Roper.

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