Location: Kern County, California
One of many peaks named after the days of the week in this area--USFS Greenhorn District Ranger John Fowler thinks that this was probably the day when the peak was first surveyed.
The USFS constructed a fire lookout here with a 14' by 14' cab (1930).
This is the highest HPS peak in the Greenhorn Mountains, the southwestern tip of the Sierra Nevada.
Name first appears on USFS Sequoia National Forest (south half) map (1916).
Peak was added to the HPS Peak List in 1970, as follows:
SUNDAY PEAK (8295) Greenhorn area.
Climb via Portugese Pass road. (4 mi., 1100' gain). Beautiful trail winds
dense forest to the high point of the Greenhorn Range. Good views in
all directions. Exploratory led June 14, 1970.