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Del Puerto Canyon

Del Puerto Canyon is the valley or canyon of Del Puerto Creek in Stanislaus County, California. The canyon mouth is at an elevation of 223 feet / 68 meters. Its head is at 37°23′51″N 121°27′26″W is at an elevation of 2.800 feet / 853 meters on th ...

                                               

Del Puerto Creek

Del Puerto Creek, originally Arroyo de La Puerta is a tributary of the San Joaquin River draining eastern slopes of part of the Diablo Range within the Central Valley of California, United States. The Creek enters the San Joaquin River, about 2 1 ...

                                               

Diablo Grande, California

Diablo Grande is a census-designated place in Stanislaus County, California. It is a gated bedroom community nestled in the Diablo Range, whence it gets its name. Diablo Grande sits at an elevation of 1.535 feet. It is about 9 miles southwest of ...

                                               

Discovery Peak (California)

Discovery Peak is a peak in the Diablo Range of California and is the highest point in Alameda County. The officially unnamed peak is also known as Valpe Ridge–Rose Flat due to its location near Rose Flat. The area is high enough to receive occas ...

                                               

East Fork Pacheco Creek

East Fork Pacheco Creek is a 5 mile long tributary stream of North Fork Pacheco Creek in the Diablo Range in Santa Clara County, California. Its confluence with the North Fork is at an elevation of 610 feet / 186 meters. Its source is located abo ...

                                               

Garzas Creek

Garzas Creek, originally Arroyo de las Garzas, is a tributary of the San Joaquin River draining the eastern slopes of part of the Diablo Range within the San Joaquin Valley of California. The Creek has its source 0.8 km 0.5 mi south of Hog Canyon ...

                                               

Hagerman Peak

                                               

Hernandez Reservoir

Hernandez Reservoir is an artificial lake created in by impounding water from the San Benito River in the Diablo Mountain Range of San Benito County, California.

                                               

Isabel Creek

Isabel Creek is a 18-mile-long perennial stream which flows northwesterly along the eastern then northern flank of Mount Hamilton in Santa Clara County. It joins Smith Creek to form Arroyo Hondo north of Mt. Hamilton and is part of the southernmo ...

                                               

Latta Creek

Latta Creek is a tributary stream of Salado Creek in the Diablo Range in Stanislaus County, California. It has its source at 37°24′05″N 121°19′33″W. Its mouth is at its confluence with Salado Creek. The creek is named for Eli C. Latta, a pioneer ...

                                               

Mississippi Creek

Mississippi Creek is a tributary stream to Pacheco Creek in Santa Clara County, California. Its mouth is located at an elevation of 866 feet / 264 meters at its confluence with the North Fork Pacheco Creek. Its source is located at 37°13′39″N 121 ...

                                               

Mississippi Lake (Santa Clara County, California)

Mississippi Lake is reservoir on Mississippi Creek within Henry W. Coe State Park in Santa Clara County, California. It is also the largest reservoir in the park.

                                               

Monument Peak (Milpitas, California)

Monument Peak is a mountain peak located southeast of Fremont and northeast of Milpitas, in the East Bay region of the San Francisco Bay Area, in California.

                                               

Mount Mocho

                                               

Mud Springs (Arroyo Mocho)

Mud Springs, is a spring on Crane Ridge located just above the Arroyo Mocho in Alameda County, California. Elevation of the spring is 1.427 feet / 435 meters.

                                               

North Fork Pacheco Creek

North Fork Pacheco Creek is a 19 miles tributary stream of Pacheco Creek, in Santa Clara County, California. Originally it was considered the upper reach of Pacheco Creek. Its source is at an elevation of 2.360 feet at 37°11′17″N 121°25′42″W on a ...

                                               

Quien Sabe Creek

Quien Sabe Creek is a tributary stream of Los Muertos Creek, in San Benito County, California. Los Muertos Creek is in turn tributary to Tres Pinos Creek and Tres Pinos to the San Benito River, itself tributary to the Pajaro River. Quien Sabe Cre ...

                                               

Quien Sabe Valley

Quien Sabe Valley, originally known as Cañada De Quien Sabe, is a valley in the Diablo Range in San Benito County, California. It runs from its mouth, at an elevation of 1.572 feet / 479 meters, to its head at 36°53′46″N 121°12′44″W at an elevati ...

                                               

Ragged Valley

Ragged Valley is a valley, in the Diablo Range in Fresno County, California. It was named for the ragged appearance of its surface. It is bound on the east by the Big Blue Hills and on the west by Joaquin Ridge. It extends northwesterly from its ...

                                               

Rose Peak (California)

Rose Peak is a peak in the Diablo Range of California and is the officially listed highest point in Alameda County, though other sources claim the high point is actually nearby Discovery Peak.

                                               

San Antonio Creek (Santa Clara County)

San Antonio Creek is a 24.4-kilometre-long northwesterly-flowing stream originating on the eastern edge of Santa Clara County just west of its border with Stanislaus County.

                                               

San Antonio Valley, California

The community of San Antonio Valley, also called San Antonio or San Antone, is located along the Diablo Range in eastern Santa Clara County, California. The locale is bordered by Alameda County to the north and Stanislaus County to the east. The ...

                                               

San Benito Mountain

San Benito Mountain is the highest mountain in the Diablo Range of California. The highest point is at an elevation of 5.267 feet. The rock is composed of asbestos, an ultramafic rock. It weathers to produce serpentine soils with characteristical ...

                                               

San Felipe Creek (Santa Clara County)

San Felipe Creek is a 14 miles stream that originates in the western Diablo Range in Santa Clara County, California. It flows south by southeast through two historic ranchos, Rancho Los Huecos and Rancho Cañada de San Felipe y Las Animas before i ...

                                               

San Luis Reservoir State Recreation Area

                                               

Smith Creek (Arroyo Hondo tributary)

Smith Creek is a 14-mile-long perennial stream which flows along the western flank of Mount Hamilton in Santa Clara County. The creek begins near Bollinger Ridge, about 7.7 km SxSW of Mount Hamilton.

                                               

Spanish Lake (Diablo Range)

Spanish Lake is a lake in the Diablo Range, in Fresno County, California. It lies at an elevation of 8.560 feet / 2.609 meters, 1.6 miles southeast of Santa Rita Peak at the far western end of Joaquin Ridge.

                                               

Table Mountain (Kings County, California)

Table Mountain is a mountain located in the Diablo Range in California on the boundary between Kings and Monterey counties. It rises to an elevation of 3.476 feet and is the highest point in Kings County. A large 500 kV power line, connected to P ...

                                               

Wildcat Canyon (South Fork Pacheco Creek)

Wildcat Canyon is a canyon and tributary stream of South Fork Pacheco Creek in Santa Clara County, California. Its source is in the Diablo Range in San Benito County, California. Its source is a spring at an elevation of 2.560 feet / 780 meters, ...

                                               

Zwang Peak

Zwang Peak is a mountain in the Diablo Range, 8 miles southwest of Avenal, and about 12 miles from Interstate 5 in Kings County, California. Its summit is at an elevation of 3.081 feet. The peak was named for cattle rancher Jake Zwang, who came t ...

                                               

Gabilan Acres, California

Gabilan Acres is an unincorporated community in Monterey County, California. It is located on San Juan Grade Road northeast of Salinas and Bolsa Knolls and 6.5 miles west of Fremont Peak, at an elevation of 203 feet.

                                               

Gavilan Peak

                                               

Arroyo Seco Creek

Arroyo Seco Creek, or simply Arroyo Seco, is a 6.9-mile-long tributary stream to Schell Creek in southern Sonoma County, California, United States. In Spanish arroyo seco means "dry creek". Arroyo Seco Creek drains a portion of the western slopes ...

                                               

Big Sulphur Creek

Big Sulphur Creek is a westward-flowing stream in northern Sonoma County, California, United States, which springs from The Geysers in the Mayacamas Mountains and runs 20 miles to empty into the Russian River.

                                               

Calabazas Creek (Sonoma County)

Calabazas Creek is a 5.5-mile-long stream in the Sonoma Valley, California, United States, that rises in the southern Mayacamas Mountains and empties into Sonoma Creek near Glen Ellen.

                                               

Cobb Mountain

Cobb Mountain is the tallest mountain in the Mayacamas Mountains of California. Its 4720+ feet, main summit is located in Lake County, west of the town of Cobb. Like nearby Mount Saint Helena, Cobb Mountain is tall enough to receive winter snowfa ...

                                               

Mark West Creek

Mark West Creek is a 29.9-mile-long stream that rises in the Mayacamas Mountains of Sonoma County, California, United States. Tributaries of Mark West Creek include Porter Creek and Hummingbird Creek, both of which originate in the same mountain ...

                                               

Mark West Springs, California

Mark West Springs is an unincorporated community in eastern Santa Rosa, California. Mark West Springs is located on Porter Creek Road in the Mayacamas Mountains. Mark West Creek flows through the community. Mark West Springs is named for Scottish ...

                                               

Napa River

The Napa River, approximately 55 miles long, is a river in the U.S. state of California. It drains a famous wine-growing region, called the Napa Valley, in the mountains northeast of San Francisco. Milliken Creek and Mt. Veeder watersheds are a f ...

                                               

Pope Valley, California

Pope Valley is an unincorporated community located in the small valley of the same name in the Mayacamas Mountains and northern Napa County, California. It is east of Calistoga, north of Angwin, and borders Lake Berryessa, the second largest man- ...

                                               

Alpine Lake (Marin County, California)

Alpine Lake is a reservoir in Marin County, California. Formed by Alpine Dam, it provides water to the Marin Municipal Water District. Below the dam lies Kent Lake. Alpine Lake is to the west of Bon Tempe Lake. Fishing is allowed and Largemouth B ...

                                               

Bon Tempe Lake

Bon Tempe Lake is a reservoir in Marin County, California. It is the widest lake in the watershed, and on Lagunitas Creek. Beneath its dam is Alpine Lake. Lake Lagunitas is immediately to its east. Fishing and hiking are activities around the lak ...

                                               

Kent Lake

Kent Lake is a reservoir in western Marin County, California formed by the construction of Peters Dam across Lagunitas Creek. Built in 1954, the lake is the most recent lake of the Marin Municipal Water District, as well as the largest. It lies t ...

                                               

Kentfield, California

Kentfield is a census-designated place in Marin County, California, United States, just north of San Francisco. Kentfield is located on the Northwestern Pacific Railroad 2 miles southwest of downtown San Rafael, at an elevation of 115 feet. The p ...

                                               

Lake Lagunitas

Lake Lagunitas is a reservoir on Lagunitas Creek in Marin County, California. Lake Lagunitas is one of seven reservoirs providing potable water to the Marin Municipal Water District. It is the oldest and smallest lake in the Mount Tamalpais water ...

                                               

Stinson Beach, California

Stinson Beach is a census-designated place in Marin County, California, on the west coast of the United States. Stinson Beach is located 2.5 miles east-southeast of Bolinas, at an elevation of 26 feet. The population of the Stinson Beach CDP was ...

                                               

Tamalpais Valley, California

Tamalpais Valley is located at 37°53′19″N 122°32′23″W. and is about 509 acres in size, with an elevation of 108 feet 33 m. The nearest cities are Mill Valley to the north and Sausalito to the south. Traveling by car, Tamalpais Valley is located a ...

                                               

Batrachoseps incognitus

                                               

Batrachoseps luciae

                                               

Adelaida, California

Adelaida is an unincorporated community in San Luis Obispo County, California, United States. Adelaida is 10 miles west of Paso Robles. The community had a post office from 1877 to 1936. Adelaida is locally pronounced without the terminal "a." 19 ...

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