Mount Whitney

Mount Whitney is the tallest mountain in the contiguous United States and the Sierra Nevada, with an elevation of 14,505 feet. It is located in East–Central California, on the boundary between California's Inyo and Tulare counties, 84.6 miles west-northwest of the lowest point in North America at in at 282 ft below sea level.

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The Smithsonian Institution Shelter, also known as the Mount Whitney Summit Shelter and the Mount Whitney Hut, was built in 1909 on the summit plateau of , in the Sierra Nevada within Sequoia National Park, in .

Mount Russell is a peak in the Sierra Nevada mountain range in the U.S. state of , about 0.8 miles north of .

Mount Muir is a peak in the Sierra Nevada of , 0.95 miles south of .

The Sierra Nevada is a mountain range in the Western United States, between the Central Valley of California and the .

Mount McAdie is summit on the crest of the Sierra Nevada, and is located 2.1 miles south of .

Localities in the Area

Whitney Portal is the end of the Whitney Portal road in Inyo County, California, 13.7 miles west of Lone Pine at an elevation of 8,374 feet.

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