Washington, United States
Kyes Peak is a mountain peak in the Henry M. Jackson Wilderness in Washington, USA. Kyes Peak rises to 7280 feet above sea level. Together with Columbia Peak and Monte Cristo Peak it forms a basin that contains Columbia Glacier and Blanca Lake. It is the highest summit in the Monte Cristo group of peaks.
Kyes Peak was once mapped as Goblin Peak, and in earlier times was known by miners and the Forest Serivce as Mount Michigan. The names Kyes comes from a member of the first climbing party, James Ellsworth Kyes. Along with Reginald Bachelder, Kyes climbed the mountain on August 15, 1920. Both were members of the Everett Boy Scouts at the time. It is uncommon for a Washington Cascades mountain to be named after a person who climbed it. An earlier ascent was probably made by Thomas Gerdine of the USGS in 1897.