Mount Stone is a 6,612-foot (2,015 m) peak in the Olympic Mountains. It is the highest point in Mason County, Washington and exceeds 2,000 feet (610 m) in prominence.
Mount Stone can be reached via the North Hamma Hamma Road. Climbing Mount Stone involves a class 3 rock scramble (5000 feet elevation gain, 11 miles roundtrip). This can be done either as a day climb or an overnight trip (camping is available at the Lake of the Angels, ~4900 feet). On a clear day one can view many of the major peaks of the Olympic Mountains, including The Brothers, Mount Washington, Mount Anderson, Mount Deception, Mount Constance, and Mount Olympus.
By elevation Mount Stone is
# 1 out of 44 in Mason County # 35 out of 113 in Jefferson County # 39 out of 144 in Olympic National Park # 42 out of 284 in the Olympic Mountains
By prominence Mount Stone is
# 45 out of 3574 in the Northwest U.S. Coast Ranges # 2 out of 44 in Mason County # 5 out of 113 in Jefferson County # 5 out of 144 in Olympic National Park # 7 out of 284 in the Olympic Mountains
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