|Elevation||2,158 m (7,080 ft)|
|Topo map||USGS Walker Pass|
The range lies in an east–west direction directly west of the desert town of Ridgecrest, and southeast of the Kern River Valley and Lake Isabella. The mountain range reaches an elevation of 7,096 feet (2,163 m) above sea level at Cathie's Peak.
The range was named by the U.S. Forest Service for William Scodie, who established "Scodie's Store" (ca.1860) at the mouth of what is now named Scodie Canyon.
They lie to the north of the Jawbone-Butterbredt Area of Critical Environmental Concern.