Location: Kern County, California
Named after the 48,800 acre Mexican land grant Rancho La Liebre (1846), and the double summit of this peak. The term liebre means "hare" in Spanish.
Delisted from HPS Peak List when free access was restricted by Tejon Ranch (1969).
Name first appears on USGS Tejon quad (1903).
Peak was on the original 1946 HPS Peak List.