A long approach, 19 miles along the North Fork of the Quinault river, leads to this remote peak in the heart of the Olympic National Park wilderness. Mt Seattle is located 1 miles West of the Low Divide. The approach from Seattle Creek basin to the West offers the most direct route to the Mt Noyes-Mt Seattle ridge. From the ridge the route ascends around the rotten East side of the first peak to the South peak, which is slightly higher.

Other Information
Driving Distance from Portland 200 miles
Driving Time from Portland 4 hours
Expected Duration Car to car in two or more days
Relevant Books Climbers Guide To The Olympic Mountains, 3rd or 4th Edition
Relevant Maps Custom Correct, Elwha Valley, USGS, Mt Christie, Green Trails, Mount Christie