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Cottonwood Mountains
Mountain Range
Country United States
State California
District Inyo County
Coordinates 36°27′43.794″N 117°19′38.231″W / 36.462165°N 117.32728639°W / 36.462165; -117.32728639
Highest point
 - elevation 1,965 m (6,447 ft)
Timezone Pacific (UTC-8)
 - summer (DST) PDT (UTC-7)
Topo map USGS Panamint Butte
location of Cottonwood Mountains in California [1]

The Cottonwood Mountains are found in Death Valley National Park in eastern California, USA. The range lies just to the northwest of the Panamint Range and run in a north-south direction. Tin Mountain, at the northern end of the range, reaches an elevation of 2,729 meters. At the southern end of the range is Towne Pass, at 1,511 meters. There is another small range with the same name east of Indio, California.

References

  • Allan, Stuart (2005). California Road and Recreation Atlas. Benchmark Maps. pp. p. 88. ISBN 0-929591-80-1.  
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