Mount Fernow is a tall peak in the North Cascades in the U.S. state of Washington and within the Glacier Peak Wilderness of the Wenatchee National Forest. At 9,249 feet (2,819 m) in elevation it is the eighth-highest peak in Washington and the state's third-highest non-volcanic peak. It is also the highest peak of the Entiat Mountains, a sub-range of the Cascades. Mount Fernow's prominence is 2,811 ft (857 m), making it the sixtieth-most-prominent peak in Washington. The nearest higher peak is Bonanza Peak, 5.9 mi (9.5 km) to the north.
Mount Fernow is flanked by several glaciers. Other large glaciated peaks are nearby, such as Seven Fingered Jack to the south. The headwaters of the Entiat River rise from the south slopes of Mount Fernow and the east slopes of Seven Fingered Jack.
By elevation Mount Fernow is
# 62 out of 4345 in the Cascade Range # 3 out of 362 in Chelan County # 3 out of 760 in Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest # 44 out of 3673 in Washington # 5 out of 128 in Glacier Peak Wilderness
By prominence Mount Fernow is
# 72 out of 4345 in the Cascade Range # 10 out of 362 in Chelan County # 20 out of 760 in Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest # 60 out of 3673 in Washington # 4 out of 128 in Glacier Peak Wilderness
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