Mount Olympus132 Votes Currently Open
- Address: Olympic National Park, Jefferson County, Washington, US, United States
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At 7,980 feet, Mount Olympus is the most prominent and tallest Olympic mountains of western Washington. It is the highest summit of Olympic Mountains. However, Mount Constance peak at the eastern range is more visible from Seattle. It ascends over 6,900 feet from 961 feet elevation confluence of the Hoh River. Local Native Americans call it as Sunh-a do and it was also named as Cerro Nevado de Santa Rosalía by a Spanish explorer. Mount Olympus was designated as World Heritage Site in 1981. You can enjoy climbing and camping in mount Olympus with prior preservation and permits. Heavy winter snowfall creates heavy glaciers on this mountain, so plan your visit wisely.