|Elevation||2,579 ft (786 m) NAVD 88|
|Prominence||914 ft (279 m)|
|Location||Riverside County, California, U.S.|
|Range||Double Butte Mountains|
|Topo map||USGS Winchester|
Double Butte is the 2,579-foot (786 m) mountain summit, distinguished by two buttes, (the other at abou 2,480 feet or 756 metres) in Riverside County, California. It is the western most summit of a mountain range north of Winchester, California, east of Perris Valley and west of the San Jacinto Valley. The eastern ridge is composed primarily of metamorphic rock of the Triassic - Jurassic French Valley formation. The remainder of the Double Butte range is composed primarily of Cretaceous granitic rock.
Two climbing sites are located on its west face.
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