|Elevation||7,962 ft (2,427 m)|
|Parent range||Pacific Coast Ranges|
The eastern slopes rise out of Puget Sound from sea level and the western slopes are separated from the Pacific Ocean by the low-lying 20 to 35 km (12 to 22 mi) wide Pacific Ocean coastal plain. The western slopes are the wettest place in the contiguous United States (outside Hawaii and Alaska).
Most of the mountains are protected within the bounds of the Olympic National Park. A large portion of the range is contained within the Olympic National Park. Of this 95% is part of the Olympic Wilderness.
- Fisher Reintroduction Plan/Environmental Assessment (PDF), Olympic National Park, September 2007, archived from the original (PDF) on 12 August 2013, retrieved 28 Feb 2013