Everyone who lives in Seattle has seen these peaks on the eastern horizon at some point or other. Even fewer know their names (even purported peakbaggers). Little Phelps (5,162 ft) on the left; Mt. Phelps (5,535 ft) on the right. Maps erroneously call the former Phelps and the latter McClain Peaks. If you look close you can see the Olympic Range on the horizon. April 2, 2000.
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