Clark Range (California)
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Clark Range from the north, November 2005
|Elevation||11,726 ft (3,574 m)|
|Parent range||Sierra Nevada|
|Type of rock||Metamorphic and Igneous|
The range extends in a north-south direction from Quartzite Peak (Illilouette Creek from the uppermost portions of the Merced River. The range is named after Mount Clark, which was named after Galen Clark.) to Triple Divide Peak ( ) and separates the drainage basins of the
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