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Mount Dana  Washington   #11952
Ranges: North America Ranges / Pacific Cordillera Range / Olympic Mountains

Height: 1893 m -> 6211 feet
Prominence?: 473 m  
Line Parent?: Mount Pulitzer (8.2 km away, at bearing 307 degrees)
Greater Parent: Mount Olympus (17.0 km away)

Location:   47.79133,-123.48600     47:47:29, -123:29:10   10T 463601 5293222 (36 km S of Port Angeles).   AreaCode: EM73/HE98
First Ascent: 1928 USGS party
Mount Dana in Olympic National Park
This alpine peak in Olympic National Park is the highpoint of the divide between the Goldie and Elwha rivers. Access is from the Ranger Station on the North Fork of the Quinault River. Follow the main trail over the Low Divide pass to the upper Elwha River drainage and Chicago Camp. Follow the upper Elwha River trail to Happy Hollow Camp. Bushwhack northeast to gain the southwest ridge of Mount Wilder. Follow this ridge past Mount Wilder to the summit of Mount Dana.

Name Notes: Named for Charles Dana, editor of the "New York Sun", by Charles A. Barnes

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11 Mount Dana in Olympic National Park Wayne Weber