Title: Mount Sergeant Robinson United States
Resolution: 3840 x 2160

Mount Sergeant Robinson, located in the United States, stands as a notable peak within the Sierra Nevada mountain range in eastern California. Part of the Inyo National Forest, this mountain is situated in the northern region of the White Mountains. Reaching an elevation of 13,143 feet (4,006 meters), Mount Sergeant Robinson is renowned for its stunning panoramic views of the surrounding landscapes, including the Owens Valley to the west and the Great Basin to the east.

Named after Sergeant Robinson, a member of the 1843 United States Army Corps of Topographical Engineers, the mountain holds historical significance. The United States Geological Survey officially designated the peak as “Mount Sergeant Robinson” in honor of the military explorer. Popular among outdoor enthusiasts, Mount Sergeant Robinson offers various hiking and climbing opportunities, with access to its slopes provided by trails leading from nearby trailheads. As a prominent feature of the scenic Eastern Sierra, Mount Sergeant Robinson adds to the diverse geological and recreational tapestry of the region, drawing visitors with its challenging terrain and captivating alpine scenery.