With a height of 4342 meters (14,246 ft.), White Mountain Peak is a California Fourteener and is considered as the third highest mountain in California. It is situated at Bishop in the White Mountian Range which is known for its ancient bristlecone pines.
If you are at the summit of White Mountain Peak, you can view the eastern portion of Sierra Nevada as well as the Owens Valley.
You may encounter windy conditions and sudden snow storms. It is important to check the weather forecast before taking the climb.
Best Time to Climb
Climbs can be made all year. Most people climb during the months of June until October.