Black Kaweah facts for kids
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Black Kaweah is the leftmost peak
|Elevation||13,686+ ft (4,172+ m) NAVD 88|
|Prominence||520 ft (158 m)|
|Parent peak||Red Kaweah|
|Listing||SPS Mountaineers peak|
|Location||Sequoia National Park, Tulare County, California, U.S.|
|Parent range||Sierra Nevada, Great Western Divide|
|Topo map||USGS Triple Divide Peak|
|First ascent||August 11, 1920 via West Ridge by Duncan McDuffie, Onis Brown, James Hutchinson|
|Easiest route||Moderate scramble, class 3|
Black Kaweah is a mountain of the Kaweah Peaks Ridge of the California's Sierra Nevada, in Sequoia National Park. The peak has a local magnetic disturbance that has caused compasses in the vicinity to vary by up to eight degrees. Fulgurites can be found on the peak.
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