Diamond Peak (California) facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsDiamond Peak
|Elevation||13,136 ft (4,004 m)|
|Prominence||857 ft (261 m)|
|Isolation||1.33 mi (2.14 km)|
|Parent peak||Black Mountain|
|Location||California, United States|
|Topo map||USGS Mount Clarence King|
Diamond Peak is a 13,136-foot (4,004 m) summit in the Sierra Nevada on the border of Fresno and Inyo Counties, California in the United States. It is part of the Sierra Crest. The west side of Diamond Peak is located in Kings Canyon National Park, at the headwater of Woods Creek, and the east side is located in the Inyo National Forest.
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