Darland Mountain

Eastern Washington Public Lands

Darland Mountain

Darland Mountain is located at the West side of the Ahtanum State Forest along Divide Ridge. Darland Mountain is 6981 feet above sea level and use to be a home of two different fire lookout towers.

On a clear day from Darland Mountain you can see Mt. Rainier, Mt. St. Helens, Mt. Adams, Mt. Hood, Mt. Jefferson, the Goat Rocks and the Yakima Valley. At night the view is even better with the bright stars and the city lights way down in Yakima.

To get to Darland Mountain you can either take the Mid Fork Ahtanum Creek Road up or the North Fork Ahtanum Creek Road. Most people enjoy driving the loop around.

Darland Mountain google.com map

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A few Pictures:

Ahtanum - Darland MtAhtanum - Mt-Rainier from Darland Mt

Ahtanum - Darland Mt

Ahtanum - Mt. St.Helens from Darland Mt

Ahtanum - Mt. Hood & Mt. Adams from Darland Mt

Ahtanum - Mt. Hood & Mt. Adams from Darland Mt

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