Mount Kaweah

Mount Kaweah  is a mountain in California’s Sequoia National Park and forms part of the Kaweah Peaks Ridge, a spur of the Great Western Divide which extends south from Triple Divide Peak. It has a summit elevation of 13,807 feet (4,208 m), the highest along the Kaweah Peaks Ridge. The peak was named for the Kaweah River which has its headwaters to the west of the Kaweah Peaks Ridge. The Kaweahs, however, drain into the Kern River. The Kaweah River was named for the Kawai (or Gā’wia) tribe, members of the Yokuts people. The Yokuts were once known as Mariposa.

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