Mount Angeles is the highest point between Hurricane Ridge and the Strait of Juan De Fuca in Olympic National Park. It offers incredible views from Canada to Mount Olympus. It is only about 15 miles from the town of Port Angeles and is a very popular climb, both in winter and summer. Summer offers a hike and a scramble to the top while winter offers a nice fairly easy snowclimb with a short easy chute at the end to the summit. Because this is so close to the ocean, the mountains tend to dump alot of moisture with nasty weather. It is after all how Hurricane Ridge got its name. The road to the trailhead is usually plowed through the winter though.
The main trail is the Mount Angeles Climbers' Trail which switchbacks up the south side before switching over to the west side and then up a chute to the summit. There is an option on the East Ridge that offers some scrambling up the ridge to the summit. The summit ridge can also offer from 3rd to 5th class climbing. All in all though, with Olympic Mountains generally having monstrously long approaches, this one at 4 miles from trailhead to summit with only about 1200 feet of elevation gain, is a nice way to keep your feet blisterless while gaining some awesome views.