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Non-Sierra California 10,000-foot Peaks

Ranked Peaks have 300 feet of Clean Prominence

Showing Andy Dewey's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (4 out of 67, or 5.97%)

RankPeak Elev-Ft
Range (Level 5)Isol-MiAscent Date
1.Shastina12,330490Mount Shasta Area.72009-06-23 a
2.Mount Shasta14,1629782Mount Shasta Area334.72009-06-23 b
3.Lassen Peak10,4575229Lassen Peak Area71.42009-06-25 c
4.Mount San Antonio10,0646264San Gabriel Mountains42.52010-11-17 b
 White Mountain Peak14,2467196White Mountains67.5 
 White Mountains Peak 1361513,615385White Mountains.7 
 Mount Dubois13,5592359White Mountains9.6 
 Montgomery Peak13,4411266White Mountains1.7 
 Mount Barcroft13,040480White Mountains2.5 
 Mount Hogue12,751391White Mountains1.9 
 Piute Mountain12,600960White Mountains2.6 
 Sheep Mountain12,497537White Mountains1.0 
 Mount Patterson11,6734193Pine Nut-Sweetwater Ranges18.5 
 Wheeler Peak11,663383Pine Nut-Sweetwater Ranges1.5 
 Campito Mountain11,600800White Mountains1.3 
 Benton Point11,512512White Mountains1.1 
 San Gorgonio Mountain11,4998294San Bernardino Mountains162.5 
 Peak 1144011,440360White Mountains.5 
 South Sister11,400840Pine Nut-Sweetwater Ranges2.7 
 Blanco Mountain11,320920White Mountains2.9 
 Indian Peak11,297537White Mountains.8 
 County Line Hill11,280720White Mountains1.3 
 Glass Mountain11,2003240Mono-Benton-Excelsior Area16.2 
 Waucoba Mountain11,1233963Inyo Mountains20.0 
 Keynot Peak11,1013096Inyo Mountains17.1 
 Cold Benchmark11,080920White Mountains4.7 
 Telescope Peak11,0486208Panamint Range57.2 
 Bighorn Mountain10,997397San Bernardino Mountains.4 
 Mount Inyo10,975975Inyo Mountains2.3 
 Inyo Peak 334110,9611250Inyo Mountains4.1 
 White Mountains Peak 1092010,960640White Mountains1.9 
 Peak 1092010,920480White Mountains.7 
 White Mountains Radio Facility10,880400White Mountains1.2 
 Glass Mountain Ridge10,880388Mono-Benton-Excelsior Area.8 
 Anderson Peak10,880920San Bernardino Mountains2.8 
 Bucks Peak10,868468White Mountains1.2 
 Middle Sister10,854894Pine Nut-Sweetwater Ranges1.3 
 Peak 1080010,840380White Mountains.9 
 San Jacinto Peak10,8398359San Jacinto Mountains20.3 
 Peak 1076010,760320White Mountains.5 
 Blue Benchmark-North Peak10,760300Inyo Mountains.8 
 Sunrise Mountain10,680640White Mountains1.0 
 New York Butte10,6681188Inyo Mountains4.1 
 Peak 1060010,640400White Mountains.7 
 Tres Plumas Peak10,592352White Mountains1.9 
 Peak 319810,492453Inyo Mountains.7 
 Voon Meng Leow Peak10,480800Inyo Mountains1.6 
 Peak 1045210,452412Pine Nut-Sweetwater Ranges1.3 
 Peak 1044010,440320White Mountains1.1 
 Peak 1040010,440400White Mountains.7 
 Peak 1032010,360360White Mountains.4 
 Squaw Peak10,358718Inyo Mountains1.2 
 Inyo Peak 1030710,327487Inyo Mountains1.6 
 Station Peak10,316636White Mountains1.5 
 Grinnell Mountain10,284479San Bernardino Mountains1.6 
 Sentinel Meadow Peak10,240660Mono-Benton-Excelsior Area2.7 
 Peak 1024010,240440White Mountains.9 
 Potato Peak10,2372597Mono-Benton-Excelsior Area13.5 
 Wilfred Peak10,171492Mono-Benton-Excelsior Area.8 
 Bodie Mountain10,168368Mono-Benton-Excelsior Area1.1 
 Lake Peak10,161361San Bernardino Mountains.2 
 Peak 1012010,160640White Mountains1.1 
 Cone Peak10,151472Mono-Benton-Excelsior Area1.7 
 Inyo Peak 1015110,151311Inyo Mountains.5 
 Peak 307510,089640Inyo Mountains3.0 
 2 O'Clock Peak10,000320Panamint Range.5 
 Rogers Peak10,000440Panamint Range.9 

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List Description

Any list of the highest peaks in California is dominated by the Sierra Nevada, where thousands of summits rise to over 10,000 feet. This list, however, excludes the Sierra Nevada peaks, providing a relatively short, geographically scattered list. These 10,000 footers range from the volcanoes of the Cascades in Northern California, through the higher fault-block ranges of the Great Basin, and down to the high summits of the San Bernardino, San Gabriel, and San Jacinto ranges near Los Angeles.

For anyone who thinks that high-altitude hiking and scrambling in California is equivalent to the Sierra, this list emphatically disproves that notion. The variety here makes for a unique and challenging list, but one requiring no special mountaineering skills. Mount Shasta is probably the hardest summit of the list, and it can be scrambled in a day by strong hikers.


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