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Topatopa Mountains

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Topatopa Mountains
Topatopa Mountains Dec 2016.jpg
Northeastern face as viewed from Santa Clarita
Highest point
PeakHines Peak
Elevation6,716 ft (2,047 m)
CountryUnited States
Parent rangeTransverse Ranges
Borders onSierra Pelona Mountains and Sierra Madre Mountains

The Topatopa Mountains are a mountain range in Ventura County, California, north of Ojai, Santa Paula, and Fillmore. They are part of the Transverse Ranges of Southern California.


The Topatopa Mountains lie in an east-west direction east of the Sierra Madre Mountains, and west of the Sierra Pelona Mountains. To the south lies the Santa Clara River Valley into which various creeks drain starting in the mountains into the Santa Clara River. The range reaches an elevation of 6,716 feet (2,047 m) at Hines Peak, about six miles north of Thomas Aquinas College. Snow frequently falls on the high peaks during winter.

Lake Piru is the only major reservoir located within the mountains.

Natural history

The Topatopa Mountains are within the southern Los Padres National Forest. The Sespe Wilderness Area, and the Sespe Condor Sanctuary, are primarily within the Topatopa Mountains and foothills. They are part of the home range of the endangered California condor.

The habitat is of the California montane chaparral and woodlands ecoregion. Sespe Creek flows through the range, creating Sespe Gorge, with Riparian habitats of willows and woodlands.

Highest peaks

  • Hines Peak - 6,716 ft (2,047 m)
  • Cobblestone Mountain 6,699 ft (2,041 m)
  • Topatopa Bluff - 6,367 ft (1,941 m)
  • Chief Peak - 5,560+ ft (1,695+ m)
  • Santa Paula Peak - 4,957 ft (1,511 m)
  • Nordhoff Peak - 4,485 ft (1,367 m)

Adjacent Transverse Ranges

See also

Media related to Topatopa Mountains at Wikimedia Commons

This page was last edited on 2 July 2020, at 04:27
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