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Temple Crag is a mountain peak in the Palisades group of peaks of the Sierra Nevada with an elevation of 12,982 feet (3,957 m). The peak lies east of the Sierra Crest, between Mount Gayley and Mount Alice, straddling the drainages of the North and South Forks of Big Pine Creek. The peak’s north face forms the backdrop for part of the North Fork Big Pine Creek hiking trail in the John Muir Wilderness and Inyo National Forest. It is also a rock climbing destination, with its arêtes hosting the routes Venusian Blind, Moon Goddess Arete, Sun Ribbon Arete, and Dark Star.

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Nearby Locations:

Two Eagle Peak (2.2 miles)
Kings Canyon National Park (15.7 miles)
Buttermilk Boulders (15.7 miles)
Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest (25.7 miles)
General Grant Tree (36.4 miles)
Convict Lake (38.8 miles)
Whitney Portal (38.8 miles)
Lone Pine Lake (39.2 miles)
Mobius Arch Stone (39.8 miles)
Alabama Hills Recreation and National Scenic Area (40.7 miles)
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Temple Crag, California 93513

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