7,756 ft / 2,364 m


1,956 ft / 596 m


6 summits

Top climbing months

May   28%

June   28%

August   28%

Most climbed route

Finger Traverse


  • Mount Constance is the third highest in the Olympic Mountains and has spectacular vertical relief.
  • Rises over 6,900 feet above the Dosewallips River to the south in only 3 horizontal miles.
  • Routes on the mountain vary from Class 3 to mid-Class 5.
"With my sons, eight-hour ascent from Lake Constance using finger traverse. Rain, mist, fog, clouds. Eleven-hour descent to Lake Constance. Bob Carson, age 74 [first attempt in 1974]" - bobcarson, Jul 8, 2016


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