Climbing Trails Near Independence, CA
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Climbing Trails Near Independence, CA

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Independence has 14 climbing trails. These trails range from 4 to 30 miles in length. The most popular trails are Mount Williamson (West Face), Kearsarge Peak and Mount Tyndall (Northwest Ridge). Trails.com member Al H. recently completed Mount Tyndall: North Rib. See all Independence trails.
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Clarence King and Richard Cotter made the first ascent of this peak in the summer of 1864 ...
The second-highest peak in California, after Whitney, and fifth-highest in the contiguous ...
Possibly the quickest-to-reach significant summit on the entire eastern side of the Sierra. ...
Norman Clyde made the first ascent of North Guard by this route in 1925. He described ...
In 1864, the Whitney Survey named Mt. Brewer in honor of their field leader, William Brewer, ...
Thunder Mountain is the pyramid-shaped peak standing at the junction of the Great Western ...
Norman Clyde described Milestone Mountain as “a pyramid surmounted by a slender flat-topped ...
Bolton and Lucy Brown made the first ascent of Mt. Ericsson on their 1896 trip into the ...
Although Mt. Stanford is not a technical climb, it offers one of the best scrambles in ...
Mt. Williamson is the second highest peak in California and was named after Major R.S. ...
Mt. Barnard was at one time believed to be over 14,000 feet. Now it is the highest 13,000-foot ...
Just to the south of Mt. Carl Heller is one of the finest walls in the Sierra—the 1,000-foot ...
Al Green and other members of the China Lake Search and Rescue Group have unofficially ...
A dramatic peak with a sheer east face that drops thousands of feet from the summit to ...
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