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Pyramid Peak (12,778 ft.)
Named by J.N. LeConte in 1902
"Some twenty-five features in California - mostly Peaks, Rocks, and Hills - are called Pyramid because of their shape. Among these are two high peaks in Sequoia National Park and in Inyo Co., and Pyramid Head on San Clemente Island."
- Erwin G. Gudde, California Place Names
For more information see these SummitPost pages: Pyramid Peak
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