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Mount Olympus
Climber's Map

Updated: 2001

Scale 1:62,500
(1 inch to the mile)

Contour Interval: 100 feet

The The Mount Olympus Climber's Map includes the entire Mount Olympus massif, the Bailey Range, and the Valhallas, and the their approach routes, including the entire Hoh River trail. These peaks comprise the core of the Olympic Mountains in Olympic National Park, Washington State, USA. 

Mount Olympus is not only the highest peak in the Olympic Mountains, but also supports the majority of the glaciers in the range (and supports the lowest elevation glaciers at this latitude in the world)! The standard climbing routes are shown, and officially unnamed peaks are labeled with the accepted climber's names (from the Climber's Guide to the Olympic Mountains). This map is the most seamless view of Mount Olympus, the Bailey Range, and all their connecting trails.

The entire length of each of the following Trails are included on the
Mount Olympus Climber's Map

Blue Glacier Moraine

Blue Glacier Terminus

Bogachiel Peak

Cat Basin

Cat Peak

Elwha Basin

Hall of Mosses Nature Trail

Hoh Lake

Hoh River

Low Divide

Ludden Peak Way Trail

Mount Olympus Climbing Routes

South Fork Hoh River

Spruce Nature Trail

Climbing routes are also shown for the following peaks and locations...

Mount Olympus 
(West, Middle & East Peaks)
Mount Tom
Blue Glacier 
Snow Dome
Humes Glacier
Glacier Pass
Blizzard Pass
Camp Pan
Special Features:

This map depicts climbing routes as described in the Climber's Guide to the Olympic Mountains, by Olympic Mountain Rescue. Used by permission. Climbing routes are shown to Mount Olympus (West, Middle, and East Peaks), Mount Tom, Glacier Pass, Blizzard Pass, Camp Pan, Blue Glacier, and Humes Glacier. 

Unofficial names are included, corresponding to designations in the Climber's Guide. 

Trails, including climbing approach trails, are more accurate and up-to-date than any other published map we are aware of.

Woodland shading has been updated from new 7.5' quads and recent aerial photos to show timberline details more accurately, as well as wildfires and other changes not shown on USGS quads or other commercial maps .

Map coordinates are placed on the North American Datum of 1983 (NAD83), and UTM coordinates are shown compatible with the National Coordinate System.

(There is no private land shading on this map because all the land shown is public.)

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