Robinson Mountain.

Robinson Mountain is a mountain locationed in the Cascade Range, Okanogon County, Washington.

It is the 35th highest peak in Washington State standing at 8,726ft.  It was named after brothers James and Thomas Robinson who stayed in a cabin on Robinson Creek during the winter in 1887. The first ascent took place in 1904 by a USGS party led by Edward C. Barnard.

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