Mt Gayley – Climbing, Hiking & Mountaineering

  • Elevation: 4118 m
  • Difficulty: Scramble
  • Best months to climb: May, June, July, August, September
  • Convenient center: Big Pine

Mt Gayley Climbing Notes

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Mt Gayley Location Map

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Surf breaks located close to Mt Gayley Mountain peaks around Mt Gayley Roads and rivers around Mt Gayley

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10 other mountain peaks closest to Mt Gayley:

1. Polemonium Peak (4328 m) 0.0 km
2. North Palisade (4341 m) 1.3 km
3. Thunderbolt Peak (4267 m) 1.6 km
4. Mount Sill (4314 m) 1.8 km
5. Mount Winchell (4199 m) 2.3 km
6. Palisade Crest (4133 m) 2.7 km
7. Mount Agassiz (4235 m) 3.4 km
8. Temple Crag (3962 m) 3.7 km
9. Norman Clyde Peak (4243 m) 4.1 km
10. Middle Palisade (4279 m) 4.8 km


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