The Greenhorn Mountains are located northeast of Bakersfield, California and west of Lake Isabella in the United States. The range, at the southern end of the Sierra Nevada, reaches an elevation of 8,295 feet (2,528 m) at Sunday Peak, just south of Portuguese Pass.
The Kern Canyon, a dramatic and deep canyon cut by the Kern River, cuts a path through the Greenhorn Mountains that is also used by State Route 178. During the Gold Strike of 1854 miners crossing the Greenhorn Mountains founded the town of Keyesville.
Elevation: 2,523 m (8,278 ft)