North Twin Washington

Twin Sisters Mountain, commonly called the Twin Sisters, is a mountain in the U.S. state of Washington. Part of the Cascade Range, it lies just southwest of Mount Baker. Of its two main peaks, South Twin is higher, with a summit elevation above 7,004 feet. The summit of North Twin is above 6,644 feet. There are several glaciers on the northeast slopes …
Twin Sisters Mountain, commonly called the Twin Sisters, is a mountain in the U.S. state of Washington. Part of the Cascade Range, it lies just southwest of Mount Baker. Of its two main peaks, South Twin is higher, with a summit elevation above 7,004 feet. The summit of North Twin is above 6,644 feet. There are several glaciers on the northeast slopes of Twin Sisters Mountain.
  • Elevation: 7,000+ feet (2,130+ m)
  • Location: Whatcom County, Washington, U.S.
  • Prominence: 3,520 ft (1,070 m)
  • Parent range: Cascade Range
  • Topo map: USGS Twin Sisters Mountain
  • Mountain type: Igneous dunite
Data from: en.wikipedia.org