California, United States
Clark Mountain is a mountain located in the Clark Mountain Range in the Mojave National Preserve, close to the California-Nevada border.
The mountain rises abruptly north of Mountain Pass and Interstate 15 to an elevation of 7933 feet, which is the highest point of the Mojave National Preserve and the Mojave Desert ranges.
The higher elevations of the mountain is a stark contrast to the barren low elevations of the Mojave Desert. Path 46 and Path 64 (part of Path 46) 500 kV power lines run to the north and south of the mountain, respectively.
Clark Mountain is also a world-class climbing area developed by Randy Leavitt in 1992. It has been described as containing the best limestone climbing in America.