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Goat Mountain Summit Vista
The view east from Goat Mountain and up the Woods Creek drainage. Many peaks in the High Sierra are visible including Split Mountain, Arrow Peak, Mount Pinchot, Mount Williamson, and Mount Whitney.
May 2010


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NoonduelerGreat panorama!


Voted 10/10

Goat Mtn. has some fine views.
Posted May 19, 2010 1:53 am

mrchad9Re: Great panorama!


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It definitely does. One of the most extensive views I've seen. Thanks for the comment.
Posted May 19, 2010 10:49 am

robertsturner52Historical View


Voted 10/10

I believe that it is from this summit that the Whitney Survey Team named many of the key mountains in the area: Brewer, King & Gardiner, and the three Palisades, North, Middle, and South. It is one of the earliest peaks climbed by Brewer, Hoffman, King, & Gardiner in the Sierra, and from the summit these six mountains have prominence. All are visible in this beautiful panoramic photograph. When I was atop Goat Mountain it was late in the summer, so there was a lot less snow in the view. I recommend this summit to those who want a good view without any technical climbing beyond the rocky slope on the final ascent, but the climb, mostly by trail, is over 7,200 of steady elevation gain, a bit much for a day hike. I did come down from Goat Mountain in one day, though, after summitting in the morning.
Posted May 26, 2012 3:37 am

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mrchad9Submitted by mrchad9
on May 18, 2010 4:25 am

Image ID: 622322
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Lat/Lon: 36.86900°N / 118.574°W
Object Title: Goat Mountain Summit Vista

Image Type(s): Panorama