Boundary Peak Trailhead

 

Trails and routes to Boundray Peak, in Boundary Peak Wilderness.

Trails and routes to Boundary Peak, in Boundary Peak Wilderness.

  

Boundary Peak from Queen Canyon Trail

Located in Boundary Peak Wilderness, 13,140 ft Boundary Peak is the highest point in Nevada. From the summit, the view takes in the Mono Lake basin to the north, the Sierra Nevada Mountains to the west, the White Mountains Wilderness to the south, while Nevada’s Basin and Range extends to the eastern horizon.

The hike to the summit of Boundary Peak is most often done as a long day hike by one of two routes: Trail Canyon or Queen Canyon. You need to have route finding and cross-country navigation skills, and we recommend acclimating to altitude for several days before undertaking this hike.

For more information about climbing Boundary Peak, go to Boundary Peak WIlderness.

Boundary Peak Access Map Trails and routes to Boundray Peak, in Boundary Peak Wilderness. Boundary Peak from Queen Canyon Trail Descent form Boundary Peak into Trail Canyon Trail Canyon in Boundary Peak Wilderness

At a Glance

Permit Info: Wilderness permits are not required.
Restrictions:
Closest Towns:
  • Benton, CA (west side)
  • Dyer, NV (east side)
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Location

 
  Latitude : 
37.8689

  Longitude : 
-118.3057

  Elevation : 
9,000 ft - 9,140 ft

 

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