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Scodie Mountain

(UTM 070431)

Scodie Mountain is located in Kern County, about 15 miles east of the town of Weldon, 150 miles from Los Angeles. It is in Sequoia National Forest and Kiavah Wilderness. Scodie Mountain was added to the HPS Peak List in 1970. See the Summit Signature for more history and some background about the name of the peak.

Peak Guides
HPS has three documented routes to the peak. Route 1 is 7 miles round trip with a total of 2300' of gain, almost entirely cross country, after a brief stint on the Pacific Crest Trail. Route 2 is 3.6 miles round trip, 2200' total gain, almost entirely cross-country. Unlike the other routes, this one requires extensive dirt road driving. Route 3 is 9 miles round trip, 2800' gain, with a few miles of hiking on a dirt road, the rest cross-country.

Older Peak Guides (routes may no longer be legal or safe, use caution!): 1993, and Microsoft Word version from 2001.

Scodie Mountain from Backus
Photo by Wolf Leverich, 2002

Maps! Lots of maps!

Current Conditions

Trip Reports from our Archives

Emblems earned on Scodie Mountain
  • 15 October 1989 - Michael Fredette, Second List Completion #18
  • 22 May 1993 - Carol Breyde Hubbard, 100 Peaks Emblem #898
  • 8 April 1995 - Maggie Singleton Wilson, 200 Peaks Bar #330
  • 8 April 1995 - Chares Sale, 200 Peaks Bar #331
  • 9 October 2004 - Robert Neighbors, 100 Peaks Emblem #1092
  • 21 November 2004 - Tom Connery, First List Completion #250
  • 15 January 2011 - Marlen Mertz, 25 Peaks Snowshoe Emblem #18
  • 5 November 2011 - Kwee Thio, First List Completion #290

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