Triple Divide Peak (Tulare County, California)
|Triple Divide Peak|
Tamarack Meadow at 9,500 feet (2,900 m), below Triple Divide Peak, in the backcountry of Sequoia National Park
|Elevation||12,640 ft (3,850 m) NAVD 88|
|Prominence||674 ft (205 m)|
|Parent peak||Centennial Peak|
|Listing||SPS Mountaineers peak|
|Location||Kings Canyon National Park / Sequoia National Park, Tulare County, California, U.S.|
|Range||Great Western Divide, Sierra Nevada|
|Topo map||USGS Triple Divide Peak|
|First ascent||1920 James Hutchinson, Charles Noble|
|Easiest route||East Ridge or Southwest Face (scramble)|
Triple Divide Peak is a mountain along the Great Western Divide in the Sierra Nevada range on the border between Kings Canyon National Park and Sequoia National Park, in Tulare County, California. It rises to 12,640 feet (3,853 m).
Near Kaweah Gap, the peak divides three important watersheds: the Kern River, the Kaweah River, and the Kings River. This three-way divide leads to the peak's name. At one time, it was also called The Keystone.
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- "Triple Divide Peak". Geographic Names Information System, U.S. Geological Survey. Retrieved 2008-10-04.
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