Mount Pinos (/pinoʊs/, traditionally /paɪnoʊs/) is a mountain located in the Los Padres National Forest on the boundary between Ventura and Kern counties in California. The summit, at 8,847 feet (2,697 m), is the highest point in Ventura County. The mountain is the highest point of the Transverse Ranges west of Tejon Pass, as well as the southernmost point of the Salinian Block.
There's a trail leading to the summit.
By elevation Mount Pinos is
# 2 out of 16 in the San Emigdio Mountains # 42 out of 2181 in the California Ranges # 2 out of 133 in Los Padres National Forest # 2 out of 190 in Kern County # 2 out of 91 in Ventura County
By prominence Mount Pinos is
# 9 out of 16 in the San Emigdio Mountains # 61 out of 133 in Los Padres National Forest # 69 out of 190 in Kern County # 36 out of 91 in Ventura County
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