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2F Scodie Mountain

Location: Kern County, California

Named by the USFS for William Scodie, who established "Scodie's Store" at the mouth of what is now called Scodie Canyon (ca.1860).

This peak is the high point of the Scodie Mountains.

Variant name Kaivah Mountains cited on USFS map (1935).

Name first appears on USFS Sequoia Natioanl Forest map (1962).

Name officially accepted by USBGN (1963).

Peak was added to the HPS Peak List in 1970, as follows:
SCODIE MTN. (7290) Walker Pass area.
Climb via Cow Heaven Cyn. (4 mi., 2200' gain), or from Walker Pass road
(4 mi., 1700' gain). Highest point in Kiavah Range. Good views of desert
and pinon country. Exploratory led Nov. 2, 1969.

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