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The Crown
The Crown of Mt. Williamson is detailed here. This peak is the Sierra Nevada's 2nd highest. It tops out at 14,375 ft above sea level.

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NoonduelerWilliamson is

Noondueler

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14,375', the 6th highest in lower 48 and rises 10,000' above Owens Val.
Posted Mar 12, 2009 10:10 pm

njn8734Re: Williamson is

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Thank you for the clarification Noondueler... it is an incredible peak...
Posted Mar 13, 2009 12:32 am

NoonduelerRe: Williamson is

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Yes. Williamson is easily the largest mountain mass in the Sierra. Mt. Tom, 13,652', is also a huge hulk of a mountain west of Bishop.
Posted Mar 13, 2009 1:40 am

rmac10Elevation update

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If the new surveys stand, Mt. Williamson will be listed at 14,403 ft. It will be interesting to see whether Barnard will be a fourteener again... and what about Humphreys? Seems like it's listed now at 13,992 ft. Oh, and Whitney is now listed at 14,505 ft! The only peak in the lower 48 over 14,500.
Posted Feb 8, 2011 2:29 pm

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njn8734Submitted by njn8734
on Mar 12, 2009 2:39 am

Image ID: 497247
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Lat/Lon: 36.65961°N / 118.31177°W
Object Title: The Crown

Image Type(s): Alpine Climbing