Scott Mountains (California)
|Elevation||1,947 m (6,388 ft)|
|Region||Klamath National Forest & Shasta-Trinity National Forest|
|District||Siskiyou County & Trinity County|
|Parent range||Klamath Mountains System|
|Topo map||USGS Scott Mountain|
|Biome||Temperate coniferous forests; Klamath-Siskiyou forests (Klamath Mountains ecoregion)|
The Scott Mountains are a subrange of the Klamath Mountains located in Siskiyou County, in northwestern California. A high point is Scott Mountain Summit, a mountain gap-pass at 5,554 feet (1,693 m) in elevation.
The Scott Mountains are a sub-range within the Klamath Mountains System. The Klamath system are of the Pacific Coast Ranges series of mountain range systems that stretch along the West Coast of North America.
Scott Mountain Campground, is at the Scott Mountain summit in the Shasta-Trinity National Forest section. It is located on the summit's west side at the junction of the Pacific Crest Trail and California State Route 3.
Plant communities in the range include:
- "Scott Mountains". Geographic Names Information System. United States Geological Survey. Retrieved 2009-05-04.
- GNIS Detail - Scott Mountain Summit . accessed 1.06.2012
- Bing Maps: Scott Mountains in the Shasta-Trinity National Forest . accessed 1.06.2012
- Shasta-Trinity National Forest - Scott Mountain Campground . accessed 1.06.2012
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