Girish Mahajan

Capitol Peak (Thurston County)

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Prominence  433 ft (132 m)
Topo map  USGS Capitol Peak
Range  Black Hills
Parent range  Black Hills
Elevation  810 m
Capitol Peak (Thurston County) httpsuploadwikimediaorgwikipediaenthumb1
Location  Thurston County, Washington, U.S.
Similar  Wapack Trail, Oyster Dome, Kal‑Haven Trail, Montara Mountain, Lake Chabot

Capitol Peak is a peak in the Black Hills in the U.S. state of Washington. It is the highest peak in the Black Hills. Capitol Peak is located in the Capitol State Forest. There is a partially paved road to the summit called the Sherman Valley Road. The summit hosts a communications facility that includes an array of cell phone and radio towers. On a clear day, looking to the west is a view of Elma and the Satsop Nuclear Power Plant. Looking to the east is a view of Mount Rainier, Mount St. Helens, Mount Adams, the Puget Sound, and the Olympia area.

Map of Capitol Peak, Washington 98512, USA

References

Capitol Peak (Thurston County) Wikipedia


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