Rattlesnake Mountain (Native American name Lalíik meaning "land above the water") is a 3,531 ft (1,060 m) windswept treeless sub-alpine ridge overlooking the Hanford nuclear site. Parts of the western slope are privately owned ranchland, while the eastern slope is under the federal protection of the Arid Lands Ecology Reserve, a unit of the Hanford Reach National Monument, managed by the United States Fish and Wildlife Service. The mountain is the second highest point in Benton County, with its neighbor Lookout Summit surpassing it by only 98 ft (30 m).
The highest winds recorded on Rattlesnake were around 150 mph (241 kilometers per hour).
There's a trail leading to the summit.
By elevation Rattlesnake Mountain is
# 2 out of 16 in the Rattlesnake Hills # 2 out of 29 in Benton County # 1 out of 3 in Hanford Reach National Monument
By prominence Rattlesnake Mountain is
# 3 out of 16 in the Rattlesnake Hills # 3 out of 29 in Benton County # 1 out of 3 in Hanford Reach National Monument
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