Kuna Peak is a summit on the boundary between Mono and Tuolumne counties, in the United States. With an elevation of 13,008 feet (3,965 m), Kuna Peak is the 146rd highest summit in the state of California. and the third highest in Yosemite National Park. While the mountain's western face is in the park, the eastern side is in the Ansel Adams Wilderness.
The peak is often climbed as a traverse from Koip Peak Pass to the east, and the summit block is an easy class 2-3 scramble. The red rock of Kuna Peak is similar to that of its northernly Yosemite neighbors, Mount Gibbs, Mount Dana, and Excelsior Mountain.
Kuna is derived from a Native American word meaning "fire". On the summit, there are many jagged pieces of rock which resemble fire themselves.
By elevation Kuna Peak is
# 3 out of 215 in Yosemite National Park # 3 out of 226 in Tuolumne County # 8 out of 197 in Mono County # 3 out of 47 in Ansel Adams Wilderness
By prominence Kuna Peak is
# 7 out of 215 in Yosemite National Park # 7 out of 226 in Tuolumne County # 13 out of 197 in Mono County # 3 out of 47 in Ansel Adams Wilderness # 42 out of 2492 in the Sierra Nevada
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