Ubehebe Peak Trail

Bishop, California 93515

Ubehebe Peak Trail

Ubehebe Peak Trail Professional Guide

Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook

"A steep out-and-back hike to a remote peak in the southern Last Chance Range with spectacular views of surrounding basin and range country. From the summit, the Saline Valley lies 4,500 feet below to the west. Beyond is the soaring 10,000-foot crest of the Inyo Mountains with the even higher Sierra Nevada looming further to the west. The crown of Death Valley —lofty Telescope Peak —can be seen to the southeast, along with the vast wooded plateau of Hunter Mountain. Perhaps most impressive is the eagle’s-eye view of the gleaming white Racetrack playa encircling the tiny dark specks of the Grandstand far below."

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Hiking Death Valley National Park (Falcon Guides)
Bill and Polly Cunningham
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"Ubehebe Peak is one of the few Death Valley peaks largely accessible by trail. The steep out-and-back hike leads to a remote peak in the southern Last Chance Range from which you will enjoy spectacular views of surrounding basin and range country. Before climbing Ubehebe Peak, a short 1-mile round-trip hike east to the Grandstand is a worthwhile warm-up and also provides a good perspective on your journey to the top of Ubehebe Peak. From the Grandstand a pre-climb visual orientation involves identifying Ubehebe Peak on the left with your route going up the east face of the north peak, then around the back side into the prominent notch, then left up the skyline to the summit." Read more

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Trail Information

Bishop
Nearby City
6.2
Distance
2,188 feet
Elevation Gain
Out-and-back
Trail Type
Difficult
Skill Level
3 to 5 hours
Duration
October through June.
Season
3,710 feet
Trailhead Elevation
5,678 feet
Top Elevation
Death Valley National Park
Local Contacts
USGS Ubehebe Peak
Local Maps

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Dec 2018