Looking north at Big Foot Hill (forested hillside in center-background), as seen from the Whacme Mountain summit.
Big Foot Hill has two summit contours among three highpoints, with the nearby Whacme Mountain summit being the other highpoint on the same long ridgeline, that contend for the ridge's highest prominence. The highest point, whichever location it might be, would be the 66th-most prominent point in Washington.
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