Mount Clark is a 11,527-foot (3,513 m) granite peak in the Clark Range, a sub-range of the Sierra Nevada. It is a popular destination for mountaineers.
Both the mountain and the range are named in honor of Galen Clark, an early explorer and the first guardian of Yosemite National Park. Before it received its present name, it was known as Gothic Peak and then The Obelisk, the name used by the Whitney Survey. Obelisk Lake, at 9,853 feet (3,003 m) lies on the mountain's northeast flank.
By elevation Mount Clark is
# 5 out of 14 in the Clark Range # 41 out of 215 in Yosemite National Park # 2 out of 207 in Mariposa County
By prominence Mount Clark is
# 6 out of 14 in the Clark Range # 64 out of 215 in Yosemite National Park # 36 out of 207 in Mariposa County
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