Mount Guyot

Elevation (feet): 12,300
Elevation (meters): 3,749
Continent: North America
Country: United States
Range/Region: Sierra Nevada
State: California
Latitude: 36.5089
Longitude: -118.362
Difficulty: Walk up
Best months for climbing: Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep
Convenient Center: Lone Pine

Thanks to David M. Guyot for adding this peak.

A 12000ft. peak about 6mi. SW of Mt.Whitney as the crow flies. There are no trails to the summit. Moderatly steep talus slopes and rock fields on all approches. Shaped like the Guyot which is a flat topped underwater seamount. Named for the Swiss geographer Arnold Guyot

Trip Reports

NOTE: Trip reports were previously called "Summit Logs" - same feature, new name

There are 3 trip reports for Mount Guyot.

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  • Log #16571 - by Cherrel Thompson on Sep 26, 2003
    Thank you very much for this info. We are studying Geography and to do that we are studying Arnold Guyot. This is a great way to end our study.
  • Log #16572 - by Gary W. Guyot on July 10, 2003
    WOW, weird finding my brother on this site. This peak is actually named after a great, great uncle.
  • Log #16573 - by David M. Guyot on June 17, 2001
    I was first interested in this peak because we share the same name. I had seen it several times from the summit of Mt. Whitney just peeking over Mt. Hitchcock to the southwest.