Ryan Mountain is a 5,456-foot-high (1,663 m) mountain in Joshua Tree National Park. The trail to the peak is a strenuous hike, ascending 1,050 feet (320 m) in 1.5 miles (2.4 km). Ryan Mountain is a popular attraction in the park, because it leads to panoramic views of Pinto Basin, Lost Horse Valley, Queen Valley, and Pleasant Valley. It is one of the locations in Joshua Tree that features abundant lichen populations. It is named after J.D. Ryan, a wealthy rancher and early mining operator in the park.
There's a trail called Ryan Mountain Trail leading to the summit.
By elevation Ryan Mountain is
# 49 out of 203 in Riverside County # 5 out of 35 in Joshua Tree National Park
By prominence Ryan Mountain is
# 29 out of 203 in Riverside County # 7 out of 35 in Joshua Tree National Park
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