Crystal Range and Gilmore Lake from Mount Tallac
|Elevation||9,985 ft (3,043 m) |
|District||El Dorado County|
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|Topo map||USGS Rockbound Valley|
The Crystal Range is a small chain of mountain peaks in the Desolation Wilderness in the U.S. state of California. It is a subrange of the Sierra Nevada. The highest and most southerly peak is Pyramid Peak at 9985 ft; Mount Agassiz is next north at 9967 ft, with Mount Price (9975 ft) rounding out the southern group of peaks. Tells Peak is the northernmost named peak in the range.
- The Crystal Range seen from west of Sacramento (Pyramid Peak at center).
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