Muir Pass

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Muir Pass
Muir Pass.jpg
Elevation 11,955 ft (3,644 m)
Traversed by John Muir Trail
Location Fresno County, California,  United States
Range Sierra Nevada
Coordinates 37°06′42″N 118°40′14″W / 37.11167°N 118.67056°W / 37.11167; -118.67056Coordinates: 37°06′42″N 118°40′14″W / 37.11167°N 118.67056°W / 37.11167; -118.67056 [1]

Muir Pass is a mountain pass in the Sierra Nevada of California, United States, in Kings Canyon National Park. It is named for John Muir.[1]

The pass is near the midway point of the John Muir Trail, which traverses the pass. It crosses the Goddard Divide between Mount Solomons and Mount Warlow,[1] at an elevation of 11,955 feet (3,644 m). The Muir Hut, built by the Sierra Club, is at the summit of the pass.

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