Rodgers Peak is the most northwestern peak in the Ritter Range in Madera County, California. The peak lies on the boundary between Yosemite National Park and the Ansel Adams Wilderness further east. Rodgers Peak is the fourth-highest mountain in Yosemite National Park.Mount Davis, Banner Peak, and Mount Ritter are visible from the summit, as well as the Yosemite peaks Mount Maclure and Mount Lyell. Electra Peak is quite close, and Foerster Peak is also near.
By elevation Rodgers Peak is
# 4 out of 215 in Yosemite National Park # 12 out of 197 in Mono County # 3 out of 112 in Madera County # 5 out of 47 in Ansel Adams Wilderness
By prominence Rodgers Peak is
# 46 out of 215 in Yosemite National Park # 66 out of 197 in Mono County # 25 out of 112 in Madera County # 14 out of 47 in Ansel Adams Wilderness
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