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Routes in Mt. Langley

North east couloir T 3rd 1- 1 I 1 M 1a
Rest & Be Thankful (aka North Arete) T 5.10a 6a 18 VI+ 18 E1 5a
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Description

This is the southernmost of The Sierra Nevada Fourteeners.
It was probably ascended by Native Americans first.
William Bellows made the first recorded ascent in 1864.
Access limited from May to October every year Details

Getting There

The easiest approach is from Cottonwood Lakes.
Go west on Whitney Portal Road. Turn left on Horseshoe Meadows Road. Turn right at the Pack Station Cottonwood Lakes Trailhead sign. Park at Horseshoe Meadows Parking lot and take the trail to the lakes.

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Matthew Fienup
Ventura, CA
Matthew Fienup   Ventura, CA  
Cottonwood Lakes ranks as one of my very favorite locations in the High Sierra. Old Army Pass, above Lake 4 in the Cottonwood Lakes, is a spectacular and improbably easy approach to Mount Langley. Jul 20, 2009

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