Mount Baxter (California)
Mount Baxter is on the right, viewed from the north
|Elevation||13,136 ft (4,004 m) NGVD 29|
|Prominence||603 ft (184 m)|
|Parent peak||Acrodectes Peak|
|Location||Fresno and Inyo counties, California, U.S.|
|Topo map||USGS Kearsarge Peak|
|Age of rock||Cretaceous|
|First ascent||1905 by George Davis|
|Easiest route||Scramble, class 3|
Mount Baxter is a peak along the crest of the Sierra Nevada Mountains in California. Mount Baxter is in the John Muir Wilderness just north of Baxter Pass and to the northeast of the Rae Lakes, a popular backpacking destination along the John Muir Trail.
Access to Mount Baxter is limited to the period between December 15 and July 1 since a flock of protected bighorn sheep live in the vicinity.
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- Browning, Peter (1986). Place Names of the Sierra Nevada. Berkeley: Wilderness Press. p. 12. ISBN 978-0-89997-119-3.
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