Schroeder Mountain is a mountain summit in the Tahoe National Forest, Sierra County, California. It is located approximately 30 miles (48 km) northeast of Downieville, 2.5 miles (4.0 km) west-northwest of Yuba Pass. Its elevation is 6,942 ft (2,116 m). Clark Station Summer Home Tract is at the base of this mountain.
Schroeder Mountain is named for John Schroeder (1822–1906), Pioneer, miner, rancher, and teamster. After migrating from Indiana to California following the Gold Rush in 1852, Schroeder bought and sold land in Yuba and Siskiyou counties, before settling in Sierra County in 1855. The following year he settled on a ranch located several miles west of Loyalton, and 16 mi east-northeast of this summit. He died in Loyalton on July 11, 1906, and is buried in the local cemetery.