Boundary Peak – Climbing, Hiking & Mountaineering
- Elevation: 4006 m
- Difficulty: Walk up
- Best months to climb: June, July, August, September
- Convenient center: Bishop, California
Boundary Peak Climbing Notes
Tom G from UNITED STATES writes:
I climbed Boundary Peak on May 18, 2014. The forecast from Mountain-Forecast was spot on: the night prior when I arrived there were clouds, the day of the hike the weather was clear and the winds were just as forecast.
<br/>Very little parking at the Trail Canyon TH, but my vehicle was the only one there so I guess just enough parking. The access road is pretty straight forward and takes about an hour to drive.
<br/>The trail is obvious, but the scree is more like sand in a lot of places making the steep section quite strenuous. No climbing at all, pretty much a walk up mountain.
<br/>Once at the top one is rewarded with beautiful views of the Sierra Nevada range to the west. I was surprised at how few people signed the register since this is a state high point. From my view this is a remote hike and one for lots of solitude.
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