Of course! The highest mountain in the lower 48 states is California’s Mt. Whitney, at 14,491 feet. It’s snow-covered year round, along with hundreds of other mountains in the Sierra Nevada and Cascade range. The snow line changes frequently, and there is less snow on the peaks overall due to the affects of climate change, but if you go 6,000-7,000 feet up a mountain, you’re likely to see snow.
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