Butte County CA Summits


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Name USGS Topo Map
Bald Mountain Kimshew Point
Bald Rock Dome Brush Creek
Bear Ranch Hill Soapstone Hill
Beauty Peak Hamlin Canyon
Big Bald Rock Brush Creek
Big Bar Mountain Pulga
Big Bend Mountain Berry Creek
Bloomer Hill Berry Creek
Bottle Hill Butte Meadows
Bull Hill Butte Meadows
Cape Horn Stirling City
Castle Rock Hamlin Canyon
Cherry Hill Jonesville
Crystal Hill Forbestown
Deer Peak Cherokee
East China Point Stirling City
Flatiron Hamlin Canyon
Flea Mountain Pulga
Gold Hill Stirling City
Humboldt Peak Humboldt Peak
Hump Hill Cherokee
Hungary Hunt Peak Pulga
Ike Dye Hill Butte Meadows
Island Bar Hill Forbestown
Jordan Hill Cherokee
Kanaka Peak Forbestown
Katskill Hill Bangor
Little Bald Rock Brush Creek
Miller Hill Bangor
Monte de Oro Oroville
Mount Hope Oroville Dam
Mount Ratchel Oroville Dam
Nimshew Ridge Paradise East
North Table Mountain Cherokee
Oak Point Kimshew Point
Parks Hill Rackerby
Patton Peak Cherokee
Phoenix Hill Bangor
Platte Mountain Cohasset
Pompys Point Brush Creek
Portuguese Point Stirling City
Quartz Hill Cascade
Red Hill Cherokee
Robbers Roost Hamlin Canyon
Robley Point Paradise East
Rocky Peak Cherokee
Rocky Point Peak Forbestown
Sausage Mountain Cherokee
Sawmill Peak Paradise East
Serpentine Point Cherokee
Shute Mountain Brush Creek
Sky High Brush Creek
Snow Mountain Jonesville
Sorensen Hill Oroville
South Bidwell Hill Oroville Dam
South Table Mountain Oroville
Steamboat Rock Hamlin Canyon
Stringtown Mountain Oroville Dam
Sugarloaf Cherokee
Sugarloaf Peak Oroville
Sunset Hill Forbestown
Swain Hill Loma Rica
Swain Hill Clipper Mills
Swayne Hill Berry Creek
Sycamore Hill Oroville
Table Mountain Kimshew Point
The High Rocks Oroville
Union Hill Oroville Dam
West China Point Stirling City
Wild Yankee Hill Berry Creek
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