What is the highest mountain in California?

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What is the highest mountain in California?

Mount Shasta

Mount Williamson

Mount Whitney

North Palisade

With an elevation of 14,494 feet, Mount Whitney is not only California’s tallest peak, it’s the highest summit in the lower 48 states. It is located in the Sierra Nevada mountain range, while Mount McKinley,

North America’s tallest mountain (20,320 feet) is in the Alaska Range in Denali National Park.

Answer: The correct answer is Mount Whitney

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