Four Brothers in Kittitas County WA


Four Brothers - Physical Feature (Summit) in Kittitas County

Four Brothers is a physical feature (summit) in Kittitas County.

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Feature Name: Four Brothers
Category: Washington physical, cultural and historic features
Feature Type: Physical
Class: Summit
Description: On Chikamin Ridge, 0.48 km (0.3 mi) W of Glacier Lake.
History: Named in the 1890's for John, Tom, Vic, and Lawrie Denny, miners who lived in a cabin at the base of the peaks.
County: Kittitas County
Latitude: 47.4665021
Longitude: -121.3062058
GNIS ID: 1528474
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Nearby Cities, Towns & CDPs

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Skykomish, WA (17 miles N)
Easton, WA (17 miles SSE)

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