Nevada, United States
Boundary Peak (13147 feet) is the highest summit in U. S. state of Nevada and is located in Esmeralda County. The peak is entirely within the state of Nevada, although it is only about half a mile (1 km) from the California border. Montgomery Peak (13441 feet) is located just across the border in California, and by most definitions Boundary Peak is a sub-peak of Montgomery. Boundary Peak is 82 feet higher than the second highest Nevada peak, Wheeler Peak (13065 feet). The area surrounding the peak is protected within the Boundary Peak Wilderness Area.
This peak is most often climbed from the Nevada side. From there, a climber may scramble the ridge connecting to Montgomery Peak. It is recommended that the national forest (Inyo National Forest) be contacted so they can provide climbing information.