|Elevation||2,871 m (9,419 ft)|
|Topo map||USGS Dome Hill|
The Bodie Hills are a low mountain range in Mono County, California, is where the mining district and town of Bodie, California is located. The Hills are between Bridgeport and the Nevada border, where they become the Bodie Mountains in Mineral County, Nevada. The Sierra Nevada (U.S.) Range towers to the west.
Bodie State Historic Park
The mining town of Bodie, California is now in Bodie State Historic Park, a preserved ghost town, designated a National Historic Landmark and a park within the California Department of Parks and Recreation system in 1963 for public touring. Roads to Bodie and it beyond allow ease of exploring the Bodie Mountains.
- Bodie Hills, Mono County, California (2008) 
- C.Michael Hogan (2008) Morro Creek, The Megalithic Portal, ed. by A. Burnham 
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