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Overcoat Peak

Overcoat Peak) is in Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest in the U.S. state of Washington. Overcoat Peak is less than.40 mi northwest of Chimney Rock and both are within the Alpine Lakes Wilderness. Overcoat Glacier is on the east slopes of Ove ...

                                               

Peacock Mountain

Peacock Mountain is a summit in Okanogan County, Washington, in the United States. With an elevation of 4.442 feet, Peacock Mountain is the 1674th highest summit in the state of Washington. Peacock Mountain took its name from nearby Peacock Mine.

                                               

Red Mountain (Cascades)

                                               

Red Mountain (Washington)

Red Mountain is located in the southeast corner of Washington state near the Tri-Cities between Rattlesnake Mountain and Candy Mountain. This region is situated among the Columbia, Snake and Yakima Rivers. The mountain covers an area of approxima ...

                                               

Mount Si

Mount Si is a mountain in the northwest United States, east of Seattle, Washington. It lies on the western margin of the Cascade Range just above the coastal plains around Puget Sound, and towers over the nearby town of North Bend. Mount Si and n ...

                                               

Silver Star Mountain (Okanogan County, Washington)

Silver Star Mountain is an 8.876-foot mountain located in Okanogan County, Washington. The mountain is part of the Methow Mountains, a subset of the Cascade Range. Silver Star is the dominant feature in the Washington Pass area and visible from t ...

                                               

Sinister Peak

Sinister Peak) is in Mount Baker-Snoqualmie and Wenatchee National Forests in the U.S. state of Washington. It is situated in Glacier Peak Wilderness and the North Cascades. Not quite 1 mi east of Dome Peak, Sinister Peak is along a high ridge co ...

                                               

Snoqualmie Mountain

Snoqualmie Mountain is the tallest peak in the immediate vicinity of Snoqualmie Pass in the North Cascade Range of Washington state, U.S. Its shape is often described as "amorphous" or "blob-like", although it does display a steep north face drop ...

                                               

Spire Point

Spire Point) is in Mount Baker-Snoqualmie and Wenatchee National Forests in the U.S. state of Washington. On the northwest slope of Spire Point lies Spire Glacier while Dana Glacier is to the east. Ascending Spire Point is a technical climb.

                                               

Striped Peak

Striped Peak is a mountain located approximately 12 miles west of Port Angeles, Washington. It is located directly off the Strait of Juan de Fuca and rises to 1.166 feet. The mountain used to be part of Camp Hayden, there are still accessible bun ...

                                               

Sumas Mountain

Sumas Mountain is a mountain located in Whatcom County, Washington, 15 miles northeast of Bellingham and southwest of Vedder Mountain. Located in the Skagit Range the mountain is notable for its high biodiversity and year-round hiking trails. It ...

                                               

Summit Chief Mountain

Summit Chief Mountain is a 7.464-foot mountain summit located on the county line separating King County and Kittitas County of Washington state. It is entirely within the Alpine Lakes Wilderness, on land managed by Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National ...

                                               

Tower Mountain (Washington)

Tower Mountain is a prominent non-volcanic mountain located on the boundary line of Okanogan and Skagit counties in Washington state. It is part of the Okanogan Range which is a sub-range of the North Cascades Range. Tower Mountain situated on la ...

                                               

Vesper Peak

Vesper Peak is a peak along the Mountain Loop Highway region of the North Cascades of Washington state. It is about 18 miles south of Darrington and 21 miles east of Granite Falls, in the Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest. Its gentle south a ...

                                               

Mount Washington (Cascades)

Mount Washington is a small mountain in the US state of Washington roughly 30 miles east-southeast of Seattle, Washington along Interstate 90. It lies on the western margin of the Cascade Range just above the coastal plains around Puget Sound, an ...

                                               

Whatcom Peak

Whatcom Peak) is in North Cascades National Park in the U.S. state of Washington. Whatcom Peak is.50 mi north of Challenger Glacier and the Whatcom Glacier descends from the northeast slopes of the peak. An unnamed hanging glacier descends along ...

                                               

Whiskey Dick Mountain

Whiskey Dick Mountain is located 15 miles east of Ellensburg, in Washington state. Within the 28.549-acre Whiskey Dick Unit of the L.T. Murray Wildlife Area, it is the highest point on Windy Ridge. The site of the Wild Horse Wind and Solar Facili ...

                                               

Whitehorse Mountain (Washington)

Whitehorse Mountain is a peak near the western edge of the North Cascades in Washington state. It is located just southwest of the Sauk River Valley town of Darrington, near the northern boundary of Boulder River Wilderness in Mount Baker-Snoqual ...

                                               

Black Mountain (West Virginia)

Black Mountain is a summit in West Virginia, United States. With an elevation of 4.603 feet, Black Mountain is the 14th highest summit in the state of West Virginia. Black Mountain was named for the dark, forested tracts near it.

                                               

Black Rock (West Virginia)

Black Rock is a summit in Mineral County, West Virginia, in the United States. With an elevation of 3.159 feet, Black Rock is the 296th highest summit in the state of West Virginia. Black Rock appears black when viewed from afar, hence the name.

                                               

Buffalo Bull Knob

Buffalo Bull Knob is a summit in Webster County, West Virginia, near Webster Springs. With an elevation of 2.799 feet, Buffalo Bull Knob is the 445th highest summit in the state of West Virginia. The summits name recalls an incident when one of t ...

                                               

Caesar Mountain

Caesar Mountain is a summit in West Virginia, in the United States. With an elevation of 3.323 feet, Caesar Mountain is the 232nd highest summit in the state of West Virginia. According to tradition, the summit was named after Caesar, the slave o ...

                                               

Calders Peak

Calders Peak is a summit in West Virginia, in the United States. With an elevation of 3.219 feet, Calders Peak is the 274th highest summit in the state of West Virginia. The summit was named for Alexander Calder, who erected an observation tower ...

                                               

Camp Hill (West Virginia)

Camp Hill is a summit in West Virginia, in the United States. With an elevation of 538 feet, Camp Hill is the 952nd highest summit in the state of West Virginia. Camp Hill was so named from the fact army men camped there in 1799.

                                               

Close Mountain

Close Mountain is a summit in West Virginia, in the United States. With an elevation of 2.877 feet, Close Mountain is the 405th highest summit in the state of West Virginia. Close Mountain derives its name from David Closs, a Scottish settler.

                                               

Cottle Knob

Cottle Knob is a summit in West Virginia, in the United States. With an elevation of 3.031 feet, Cottle Knob is the 348th highest summit in the state of West Virginia. Cottle Knob was named after C. W. Cottle, a pioneer hunter.

                                               

Day Mountain

Day Mountain is a summit in West Virginia, in the United States. With an elevation of 4.301 feet, Day Mountain is the 54th highest summit in the state of West Virginia. Day Mountain was named after Charles Day, according to local history.

                                               

Dorsey Knob

Dorsey Knob is a mountain summit located off U.S. Route 119 at the southern edge of Morgantown in Monongalia County, West Virginia, United States. Dorsey Knob is contained within a park spanning 71 acres that features the mountains landmark Sky R ...

                                               

Droop Mountain

Droop Mountain is a small mountain in the Allegheny Mountains on the border of Greenbrier and Pocahontas counties in southeastern West Virginia. It was the scene of one of West Virginias most important battles during the American Civil War - the ...

                                               

Evick Knob

Evick Knob is a summit in West Virginia, in the United States. With an elevation of 2.667 feet, Evick Knob is the 489th highest summit in the state of West Virginia. Evick Knob has the name of Christian Evick, an early settler.

                                               

Gregg Knob

Gregg Knob is a summit in West Virginia, in the United States. With an elevation of 3.150 feet, Gregg Knob is the 302nd highest summit in the state of West Virginia. The summit was named after Elihu Gregg, an early settler.

                                               

Gunstock Knob

Gunstock Knob is a summit in West Virginia, in the United States. With an elevation of 1.270 feet, Gunstock Knob is the 827th highest summit in the state of West Virginia. Gunstock Knob was named for the fact an early settler fashioned a gun stoc ...

                                               

Gwinn Mountain

Gwinn Mountain is a summit in West Virginia, in the United States. With an elevation of 2.949 feet, Gwinn Mountain is the 383rd highest summit in the state of West Virginia. The summit has the name of Andrew Gwinn, an early settler.

                                               

High Knob (West Virginia)

High Knob is a mountain summit on the border between Hampshire and Hardy counties in West Virginias Eastern Panhandle. High Knob is known for its overlook of The Trough and of points in three counties. A historical marker was placed on U.S. Route ...

                                               

Horsepen Mountain

Horsepen Mountain is a mountain of the Ridge-and-Valley Appalachians on the border of Logan and Mingo Counties, West Virginia, United States. It is the highest point in Mingo County. The Mingo Lookout Tower is located on the mountain.

                                               

Hump Mountain

Hump Mountain is a summit in West Virginia, in the United States. With an elevation of 3.245 feet, Hump Mountain is the 263rd highest summit in the state of West Virginia. Hump Mountain was so named on account of its outline being in the form of ...

                                               

Keeney Knob

Keeneys Knob is a mountain of the Ridge-and-Valley Appalachians in Summers County, West Virginia. It is the highest point in Summers County. The mountain is the site of the WVNS-TV transmitter. The city nearest to Keeneys Knob is Alderson.

                                               

Limestone Mountain

Limestone Mountain is a summit in West Virginia, in the United States. With an elevation of 3.100 feet, Limestone Mountain is the 325th highest summit in the state of West Virginia. Limestone Mountain was named for its blue limestone rock formations.

                                               

Michael Mountain

Michael Mountain is a summit in West Virginia, in the United States. With an elevation of 3.678 feet, Michael Mountain is the 164th highest summit in the state of West Virginia. The peak was named after Michael Daughtery, a pioneer who was killed ...

                                               

Pifer Mountain

Pifer Mountain is a summit in West Virginia, in the United States. With an elevation of 2.740 feet, Pifer Mountain is the 472nd highest summit in the state of West Virginia. Pifer Mountain has the name of Andrew Pifer.

                                               

See All

See All is a summit in West Virginia, in the United States. With an elevation of 3.166 feet, See All is the 294th highest summit in the state of West Virginia. The etymology is See All is uncertain; it may be so named for the mountain scenery, or ...

                                               

Sewell Mountain

Sewell Mountain is a summit in Fayette County, West Virginia, in the United States. With an elevation of 3.212 feet, Sewell Mountain is the 276th highest summit in the state of West Virginia. Sewell Mountain was named after Stephen Sewell, a loca ...

                                               

Socrates Mountain

Socrates Mountain is a summit in Pendleton County, West Virginia, in the United States. With an elevation of 3.386 feet, Socrates Mountain is the 219th highest summit in the state of West Virginia. The mountain was named for Socrates, the ancient ...

                                               

Third Hill Mountain

Third Hill Mountain is both the highest and most topographically prominent mountain in Berkeley County within the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia. Third Hill Mountain reaches its highest elevation of 2.165 feet above sea-level southeast of the ...

                                               

Twin Sugars

Twin Sugars is a summit in West Virginia, in the United States. With an elevation of 3.602 feet, Twin Sugars is the 177th highest summit in the state of West Virginia. Twin Sugars most likely was named for the fact two sugar maple trees stood there.

                                               

Ugly Mountain

Ugly Mountain is a summit in Pendleton County, West Virginia, in the United States. With an elevation of 2.598 feet, Ugly Mountain is the 507th highest summit in the state of West Virginia. Ugly Mountain is a volcanic neck with a diatreme breccia ...

                                               

Viney Mountain

Viney Mountain is a summit in West Virginia, in the United States. With an elevation of 3.809 feet, Viney Mountain is the 138th highest summit in the state of West Virginia. According to tradition, Viney Mountain derives its name from Vina, a sla ...

                                               

Weaver Knob

Weaver Knob is a summit in West Virginia, in the United States. With an elevation of 2.572 feet, Weaver Knob is the 833rd highest summit in the state of West Virginia. Weaver Knob was so named for the fact an early settler there had the occupatio ...

                                               

Mountains of Pocahontas County, West Virginia

                                               

Mountains of Randolph County, West Virginia

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