Mount Hardy Washington

Mount Hardy is an 8,099-foot mountain summit located on the common border of Okanogan County with Skagit County in Washington state. It is part of the Okanogan Range which is a sub-range of the North Cascades Range. Mount Hardy is situated west of Methow Pass, at headwaters of the Methow River, on land administered by the Okanogan–Wenatche…
Mount Hardy is an 8,099-foot mountain summit located on the common border of Okanogan County with Skagit County in Washington state. It is part of the Okanogan Range which is a sub-range of the North Cascades Range. Mount Hardy is situated west of Methow Pass, at headwaters of the Methow River, on land administered by the Okanogan–Wenatchee National Forest. Topographic relief is significant as the summit rises approximately 2,500 feet above the West Fork Methow River in one-half mile. The nearest higher peak is Golden Horn, 1.75 miles to the northeast. Mount Hardy can be seen from the North Cascades Highway which traverses below the southwestern base of the mountain. This mountain's toponym was officially adopted in 1973 by the United States Board on Geographic Names.
  • Elevation: 8,099 ft (2,469 m)
  • Prominence: 1,519 ft (463 m)
  • Parent peak: Golden Horn (8,366 ft)
  • Isolation: 1.75 mi (2.82 km)
  • Country: United States
  • State: Washington
  • County: Okanogan / Skagit
Data from: en.wikipedia.org