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Mount Langley Army Pass Route

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The standard route to the summit of one of California's easiest 14ers.


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2.6

Miles

4.2

KM

65%

Runnable

13,969' 4,258 m

High

12,006' 3,660 m

Low

1,969' 600 m

Up

151' 46 m

Down

15%

Avg Grade (9°)

72%

Max Grade (36°)

Dogs No Dogs

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Need to Know

High point stat is inaccurate as the peak is at 14,042'.

Description

Work your way north over scree and gravel toward Mount Langley. As the path gets steeper, head left around the cliffs below the summit plateau. When you get to Langley's steep north face, turn east and finish the scramble to the summit. The trail here isn't maintained, and much of your run will involve navigating over tough terrain. Keep an eye out for the markers that the National Park Service put in place to help prevent erosion.

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Shared By:

Miguel Vieira with improvements by Antsie Kat

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  4.8 from 8 votes

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The summit of Mount Langley offers an unbridled view north along the Sierra Crest.
Jan 7, 2017 near Lone Pine, CA
Cairns. There is no clear path up, keep an eye for these to lead the way.
Aug 2, 2020 near Lone Pine, CA
Mount Langley Geo Marker
Aug 2, 2020 near Lone Pine, CA
A group of hikers looks out over Sequoia National Park on the way down from Mount Langley.
Jan 7, 2017 near Lone Pine, CA

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