|Elevation||2,217 ft (676 m)|
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The Jurupa Mountains are a mountain range in northwestern Riverside County, California, United States. The northern flanks of the range descend into neighboring San Bernardino County. The mountains draw their name from the Rancho Jurupa, an 1838 Mexican land grant, and one of the earliest permanent settlements in the area.
Points of interest
- Mount Jurupa is the tallest peak in the range.
- At the base of Mount Jurupa is the Jurupa Mountains Cultural Center, a local nature preserve and museum.
- Pyrite Canyon, located on the southern flank of the mountains, is the location of the Stringfellow Acid Pits, a major toxic waste and EPA Superfund site.
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