Mt. Olympus From the Air
The summit of Mt. Olympus (SW side) seen from a small plane at about 1000 feet over the peak. Mount Olympus is the tallest and most prominent mountain in the Olympic Mountains of western Washington state. Located on the Olympic Peninsula, it is the central feature of Olympic National Park. Elevation: 7,979 feet. First ascent: August 12, 1907
Mt. Baker can be seen in the distance to the northeast.