Jepson Peak is a summit, 1.2 miles (1.9 km) west of San Gorgonio Mountain, in the San Gorgonio Wilderness. It is the second highest summit in Southern California, but most authors would not rank this peak because it has less than 300 feet (91 m) of prominence and does not qualify as an independent peak.
The peak is named for Willis Linn Jepson, who was a University of California botanist and a charter member of the Sierra Club.
By elevation Jepson Peak is
# 2 out of 2181 in the California Ranges # 2 out of 15 in San Gorgonio Wilderness # 2 out of 385 in San Bernardino County # 2 out of 121 in the San Bernardino Mountains
By prominence Jepson Peak is
# 10 out of 15 in San Gorgonio Wilderness # 88 out of 121 in the San Bernardino Mountains
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