Mount Skokomish is a 6,434 ft (1,961 meter) mountain summit located in the Olympic Mountains, in Mason County of Washington state. It is situated on the shared boundary of Olympic National Park with Mount Skokomish Wilderness, and is the highest point of the wilderness. Its nearest higher peak is Mount Stone, 1.66 mi (2.67 km) to the northeast. It is visible on the Olympic skyline from as far away as Seattle. Mt. Skokomish has three summits, the south peak being the highest. Precipitation runoff drains into the Hamma Hamma River and Skokomish River. Like the river, the mountain's name honors the Skokomish people.
By elevation Mount Skokomish is
# 2 out of 44 in Mason County # 8 out of 100 in Olympic National Forest # 47 out of 144 in Olympic National Park # 1 out of 13 in Mount Skokomish Wilderness # 51 out of 284 in the Olympic Mountains
By prominence Mount Skokomish is
# 10 out of 44 in Mason County # 21 out of 100 in Olympic National Forest # 23 out of 144 in Olympic National Park # 3 out of 13 in Mount Skokomish Wilderness # 49 out of 284 in the Olympic Mountains
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