Pete Aguereberry sailed from France and landed in America in 1890. He settled in this area, living and working for over 40 years. He was by all means successful, getting control of claims that yielded plenty of gold. This point, named after the Basque pioneer, is a 6,300-foot peak--one of the best locations to take photographs of the valley in the afternoon and right after sunset. The point is reached by a 6.5 mile unpaved track that ends right by the summit. On the way, you'll pass the remains of Harrisburg, an abandoned mining settlement.