Elevation: 7,330 ft (2,234 m)
Mount Anderson is a high peak in the Olympic Mountains of Washington state. Rising in the center of Olympic National Park, it the second highest peak on the Anderson Massif. Anderson Glacier is located in a cirque on the mountain's southern flank while Eel Glacier is in another cirque, northwest of the summit. Hanging Glacier is on the east side of a ridge which extends north from the peak.
Anderson is at the center of three major watersheds in the Olympic Range. Most of the water which falls on the massif flows into the Dosewallips River which drains, by way of the Hood Canal, into Puget Sound. The drainage from the west side flows down the Quinalt River and into the Pacific, while some of the water on the mountain's northwest side flows into the Hayes River which finds its way north, to the Strait of Juan de Fuca.