Elevation: 6,842 ft (2,085 m)
The Brothers are a pair of prominent peaks in the Olympic Mountains which are located near the Hood Canal in Washington state on the boundary between Olympic National Park and The Brothers Wilderness.
The south peak is slightly higher than the north peak. No official trails approach the summit, but the south peak is considered a non-technical climb. The Brothers' distinctive double summit is clearly recognizable from Seattle.
In 1853, surveyor George Davidson named this mountain for Ellinor Fauntleroy's two brothers. He named Mount Ellinor in the lady's honor and Mount Constance for her older sister. Ellinor later became his wife.