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Peak 6859, Washington


Prominence: 339 ft, 104 m

Elevation: 6859+ feet, 2091+ meters


Approx. Isolation: 1.41 mi, 2.26 km
Elevation Info:Elevation range: 6859 - 6899 ft
    (40-foot closed contour)
Latitude/Longitude (WGS84)48° 11' 49'' N, 120° 55' 56'' W
48.197054, -120.932203 (Dec Deg)
CountryUnited States
State/ProvinceWashington
County/Second Level RegionSnohomish
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Prominence  Clean Prominence: 339 ft/104 m
  Optimistic Prominence: 419 ft/128 m
  Key Col: 6520 ft/1987 m
IsolationIsolation Page  (Detailed isolation information)
   Distance: 1.41 mi/2.26 km
Isolation distance is based on NHN and is slightly overstated.
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    Cloudy Peak  (NE)
RangesContinent: North America
Range2: Pacific Ranges
Range3: Cascade Range
Range4: North Cascades
Range5: Central North Cascades
Range6: Ptarmigan Crest
Drainage BasinsSkagit
Puget Sound
Strait of Juan de Fuca
Pacific Ocean
OwnershipLand: Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest
Wilderness/Special Area: Glacier Peak Wilderness Area
Topo MapSuiattle Pass O48120b8 1:24,000
Data SourcePartially verified user peak addition
This peak was submitted to the Peakbagger.com database by Jim Langdon.



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