Lookout Summit—officially listed as "Lookout" in the Geographic Names Information System—is the highest point in Benton County, in the U.S. state of Washington. The mountain is also the highest point in the Rattlesnake Hills, with an elevation 98 ft (30 m) higher than the neighboring, more-well-known Rattlesnake Mountain—which is the second highest peak in the range (as well as the county).
There's a trail leading to the summit.
By elevation Lookout Summit is
# 1 out of 16 in the Rattlesnake Hills # 1 out of 29 in Benton County
By prominence Lookout Summit is
# 1 out of 16 in the Rattlesnake Hills # 1 out of 29 in Benton County # 29 out of 2184 in the Columbia Plateau
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