White Mountain Peak (or simply White Mountain), at 14,252-foot (4344.0 m), is the highest peak in the White Mountains of California, the highest peak in Mono County, and the third highest peak in the state after Mount Whitney and Mount Williamson. It is the fourteenth most topographically prominent peak in the contiguous United States. White Mountain Peak is one of only two fourteeners (peaks above 14,000 feet) in California that are not in the Sierra Nevada, the other being Mt. Shasta at the far northern end of the state.
There's a trail leading to the summit.
By elevation White Mountain Peak is
# 48 out of 91437 in USA # 4 out of 7926 in California # 1 out of 82 in Inyo National Forest # 1 out of 197 in Mono County # 1 out of 21 in White Mountains Wilderness Area # 1 out of 4328 in the Great Basin Ranges # 1 out of 39 in the White Mountains (California)
By prominence White Mountain Peak is
# 40 out of 91437 in USA # 5 out of 7926 in California # 1 out of 82 in Inyo National Forest # 1 out of 197 in Mono County # 1 out of 21 in White Mountains Wilderness Area # 3 out of 4328 in the Great Basin Ranges # 1 out of 39 in the White Mountains (California)
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