Skagit Peak is a 6,824-foot (2,080-metre) mountain summit located in the North Cascades, in Whatcom County of Washington state. It is situated on the western side of the Cascade crest, at the western edge of the Pasayten Wilderness, on land managed by the Okanogan–Wenatchee National Forest. Skagit Peak is part of the Hozameen Range, a subset of the North Cascades which also includes Hozomeen Mountain to the north, and Jack Mountain to the south. Precipitation runoff from this mountain drains into the Skagit River via Three Fools Creek and Ross Lake.
By elevation Skagit Peak is
# 99 out of 108 in Pasayten Wilderness # 38 out of 95 in the Hozameen Range
By prominence Skagit Peak is
# 74 out of 227 in Whatcom County # 41 out of 108 in Pasayten Wilderness # 37 out of 95 in the Hozameen Range
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