Climbing Trails Near Bishop, CA
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Climbing Trails Near Bishop, CA

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Bishop has 22 climbing trails. These trails range from 7 to 20 miles in length. The most popular trails are White Mountain Peak, Mount Tom (from Horton Lake) and Mount Darwin: North Glacier. Trails.com member Gerhard M. recently completed White Mountain Peak. See all Bishop trails.
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Highest summit in the White Mountains, and the third-highest peak in California. It also ...
A huge peak (the biggest) as seen from the town of Bishop. Mount Tom commands views of ...
A hidden gem, with a short approach. Hurd Peak makes for a beautiful climb, and is perfect ...
The thematic and topographic keystone of the Evolution region. Mount Darwin is a large ...
Beautiful route in spectacular terrain. The ascent provides for a long day of hiking, ...
A large, intriguing mountain, the east end of which is covered with red spires (the Piute ...
A companion to Mount Tom, offering panoramic views. From Bishop and Highway 395, Basin ...
Norman Clyde first came up with the name Feather Peak after his ascent in 1935. However, ...
Merriam Peak is the easternmost of the trio of granite peaks overlooking the Royce Lakes ...
Theodore Solomons made the first ascent of this double-summited peak with Leigh Bierce ...
Mt. Humphreys is one of the most prominent peaks in the Sierra and is one of the more ...
John Muir described Mt. Humphreys as “a grand wide-winged mountain at the head of the ...
John Muir named Mt. Emerson during a trip into Humphreys Basin in 1873 in honor of Ralph ...
The impressive north wall of the Citadel looms high above the John Muir Trail in LeConte ...
Devils Crag #1 is the highest and most massive of the jagged line of peaks known as the ...
The left-hand couloir on the north face of Mt. Mendel is perhaps the most difficult alpine ...
The Sierra Club proposed the name Mt. Mendel for this peak so that Johan Gregor Mendel ...
The massive hulk of Mt. Darwin and neighboring Mt. Mendel dominate the view of the Evolution ...
Theodore Solomons named Mt. Haeckel in honor of Ernst Haeckel, a professor of zoology ...
Viewed from Hungry Packer Lake, Picture Peak is one of the most beautiful peaks in the ...
Mt. Thompson is named for Almon Harris Thompson, a geographer with the USGS who accompanied ...
Mt. Goode is named for Richard Goode, a topographer with the USGS during the late 1800s. ...
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