The Black Hills are a small range of hills in Thurston and Grays Harbor counties of Washington. They are a subset of the Willapa Hills. 2,507 foot (764 meter) Capitol Peak is the highest point. ...more on Wikipedia about "Black Hills (Washington)"
The Cascade Range is a mountainous region famous for its chain of tall volcanoes called the High Cascades that run north-south along the west coast of North America from British Columbia to the Shasta Cascade area of northern California. The small part of the range in British Columbia is called the Cascade Mountains or Canadian Cascades. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cascade Range"
The Chiwaukum Mountains are a north-south mountain range in central Washington, USA. They stretch from Snowgrass Mountain at , to . ...more on Wikipedia about "Chiwaukum Mountains"
Columbia Mountains are in British Columbia, Canada, and partially in Idaho and Washington, and are bounded by the Rocky Mountain Trench on the east, and the Kootenai River on the south (more or less); their western boundary is the edge of the Interior Plateau. ...more on Wikipedia about "Columbia Mountains"
The Issaquah Alps are the highlands near Issaquah, Washington, a suburb of Seattle, including Cougar, Squak, Tiger, and Taylor Mountain, Rattlesnake Ridge, and Grand Ridge. They were named in 1977 by noted nature author Harvey Manning within the pages of his trail guidebook Footsore 1, elevating their status from foothills to "Alps" to advocate preservation. Manning himself lives on a developed section of Cougar Mountain in his "200 meter hut". ...more on Wikipedia about "Issaquah Alps"
The Olympic Mountains are a mountain range on the Olympic Peninsula of western Washington in the United States. The mountains are not especially high - Mount Olympus is the highest at 2428 m (7965 ft) - but the western slopes of the Olympics face the Pacific Ocean and are thus the wettest place in the 48 contiguous states; the Hoh Ranger Station in the Hoh Rain Forest records an average of 360 cm (142 in) of rainfall each year. Most of the mountains are protected within the bounds of the Olympic National Park. ...more on Wikipedia about "Olympic Mountains"
The Pacific Coast Ranges are the series of mountain ranges that stretch along west coast of North America from Alaska to Mexico. The are also known as the Pacific Cordillera. The character of the ranges varies considerably, from the record-setting tidewater glaciers in the ranges of Alaska, to the low but rugged and scrub-covered hills of southern California, but the entire coast is consistent in dropping steeply into the sea, often resulting in photogenic views. Along the British Columbia and Alaska coast, the mountains intermix with the sea in a complex maze of fjords, with thousands of islands. ...more on Wikipedia about "Pacific Coast Ranges"
The Selkirk Mountains are a mountain range originating in Idaho and Washington, and extending into southeastern British Columbia. They begin at Mica Peak near Coeur d'Alene, Idaho and extend approximately 320 km north from the border. The range is roughly bounded by the Columbia River. The Selkirks are distinct from, and geologically older than, the Rocky Mountains. During the development of Western Canada, the Selkirks presented a formidable barrier to the construction of the Canadian Pacific Railway, until A.B. Rogers discovered the mountain pass that bears his name in 1881– 1882. ...more on Wikipedia about "Selkirk Mountains"
The Sourdough Mountains is a mountain range on the north side of Mount Rainier National Park, Washington, USA. The range forms an L-shape, starting at Mount Fremont, running east to Dege Peak, turning north to Slide Mountain. ...more on Wikipedia about "Sourdough Mountains"
The Stuart Range is a mountain range in central Washington, USA. The range lies on the eastern side of the Cascade Range. To the north is The Enchantments, a well-known backpacking destination. To the south is Ingalls Creek and the Wenatchee Mountains. ...more on Wikipedia about "Stuart Range"
The Wenatchee Mountains are a range of mountains in central Washington, USA that is a spur of the Cascade Range. The range forms part of the boundary between Chelan, Kittitas, and King Counties. The range runs from Blewett Pass at , to Stevens Pass at . The Stuart Range lies generally to the north of the Wenatchee Mountains, while the Teanaway River area lies to the southwest. ...more on Wikipedia about "Wenatchee Mountains"
The Willapa Hills is a range of hills in Pacific County, Washington State. 3,061 foot (933 meter) Boistfort Peak is the highest point. The Willapa Hills are the lowest uplands in the entire Pacific Coast Range system. Almost all of the land is privately held and has been repeatedly logged. Only a few long corners remain with virgin forest. Alders less than twenty years old are typically harvested for pulp mills. ...more on Wikipedia about "Willapa Hills"
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