Rooster Comb is a prominent ridge located in Henry W. Coe State Park, east of Morgan Hill, California and in Stanislaus County. Its name refers to the large fleshy red skin atop a rooster's head. The resemblance to a rooster's comb is evident by the large rock formations running the length of the ridge, separating it from the grassy slopes below. This contrast gives the illusion of a rooster's comb.
By elevation Rooster Comb is
# 5 out of 5 in Orestimba Wilderness # 30 out of 31 in Henry Coe State Park # 24 out of 30 in Stanislaus County
By prominence Rooster Comb is
# 3 out of 5 in Orestimba Wilderness # 19 out of 31 in Henry Coe State Park # 23 out of 30 in Stanislaus County
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