Molar Tooth is a 7,547 ft granite summit located on the shared border of Okanogan County and Skagit County, in Washington state, USA. The mountain is part of the Okanagan Range which is a subset of the Cascade Range. Set in the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest, Molar Tooth is situated south of Cutthroat Pass, and 0.57 miles (0.92 km) north of Cutthroat Peak, which is also its nearest higher peak. The easiest climbing route is class 4 scrambling, but solid rock provides class 5 technical routes as well. Precipitation runoff from the east side of Molar Tooth drains into tributaries of the Methow River, whereas runoff from the west side drains into tributaries of the Skagit River.