Climbing Trails Near Mammoth Lakes, CA
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Climbing Trails Near Mammoth Lakes, CA

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Mammoth Lakes has 13 climbing trails. These trails range from 8 to 9 miles in length. The most popular trails are Mount Ritter: Southwest Ridge, Red Slate Mountain: North Couloir and Banner Peak. Trails.com member Keith S. recently completed Mount Morrison. See all Mammoth Lakes trails.
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The first ascent of Banner Peak’s spectacular north skyline was another of those early ...
Banner Peak is the impressive mountain lying just to the north of Mt. Ritter. The convoluted ...
The Whitney Survey named Mt. Ritter in 1864 for Karl Ritter, the noted German geographer. ...
Mt. Ritter is the highest peak in the Ritter Range and its summit has been the goal of ...
Charles Michael made the first ascent of his namesake Minaret in September of 1923. Michael ...
This spire, the tallest of the Minarets, is a worthy memorial to Norman Clyde. Clyde made ...
The traverse of the Minarets involves over a linear mile of continuously difficult, exposed, ...
The north wall of Mt. Morrison holds an almost “fatal attraction” for climbers. The wall, ...
Red Slate Mountain is the tallest and most massive peak in this part of the Sierra. There ...
James Hutchinson, Lincoln Hutchinson, and Charles A. Noble made the first ascent of Red ...
A spectacular-looking peak from Highway 395, with a 3,000-foot-high buttress on display. ...
A logical companion peak to Mount Ritter. Banner Peak is somewhat shorter and technically ...
The highest point of the Ritter Range, with views of the central Sierra, Mono Lake, and ...
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