Denny Mountain

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Denny Mountain
Denny Mountain at Snoqualmie Pass.jpg
Denny Mountain from Snoqualmie Pass area
Highest point
Elevation 5520+ ft (1682+ m)  NGVD 29[1]
Prominence 240 ft (73 m) [1]
Coordinates 47°26′19″N 121°26′39″W / 47.4387232°N 121.444261°W / 47.4387232; -121.444261Coordinates: 47°26′19″N 121°26′39″W / 47.4387232°N 121.444261°W / 47.4387232; -121.444261[2]
Geography
Location King County, Washington, U.S.
Parent range Cascades
Topo map USGS Snoqualmie Pass

Denny Mountain is summit near Snoqualmie Pass in Washington state. The Alpental ski area is located on the mountain's eastern flank.

The mountain is named after Arthur A. Denny of the Denny Party,[3] who oversaw the construction of the Snoqualmie Pass Road, which later became I-90, and which runs along the mountain's southern base.

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External links[edit]

"Alpental ski area". Retrieved 2010-12-27.