California, United States
Mount Lola is a mountain located in the Sierra Nevada mountain range of California. Its summit is located north of Donner Pass and White Rock Lake. The mountain is the county highpoint of Nevada County. The highest point in Sierra County is a 8844 feet
sub-peak located 1.8 miles to the north of the main peak.
The mountain receives copious snowfall during the winter because of its high elevation.
The Mount Lola is named for a famous resident of Nevada County, Lola Montez, who lived in Grass Valley in the 1850s.