Pinnacles National Park

Pinnacles National Park is a United States National Park that protects a wilderness area containing the remains of half of a long-extinct volcano. It offers rugged hiking trails over high rock formations and through talus caves.
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Pinnacles National Park

36.4904° or 36° 29' 25.4" north
-121.1812° or 121° 10' 52.2" west
1896 feet (578 metres)
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Also Known As

  • Basque: Pinnacles Parke Nazionala
  • Catalan: Parc Nacional dels Pinacles
  • Cebuano: Pinnacles National Monument
  • Chinese: 尖頂國家公園
  • Czech: Národní park Pinnacles
  • Dutch: Pinnacles National Park
  • Esperanto: Nacia Parko Pinaklaro
  • French: Parc national des Pinnacles
  • French: Pinnacles National Monument and Sequoia
  • French: parc national des Pinnacles
  • German: Pinnacles-Nationalpark
  • German: Pinnacles National Monument
  • German: Pinnacles National Park
  • Hebrew: הפארק הלאומי פינקלס
  • Italian: Parco nazionale dei Pinnacoli
  • Japanese: ピナクルズ国立公園
  • Norwegian: Pinnacles nasjonalpark
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Pinnacles nasjonalpark
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: Pinnacles nasjonalpark
  • Persian: پارک ملی پینکلز
  • Polish: Park Narodowy Pinnacles
  • Polish: Pinnacles National Monument
  • Romanian: Pinnacles National Monument
  • Romanian: Rezervaţia naturală Pinnacles
  • Romanian: Rezervația naturală Pinnacles
  • Spanish: Parque nacional Pinnacles
  • Swedish: Pinnacles nationalmonument
  • Swedish: Pinnacles nationalpark
  • Turkish: Pinnacles Ulusal Parkı
  • Vietnamese: Vườn quốc gia Pinnacles

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