Grizzly Peak is the centerpiece of Disney California Adventure Park at the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California. Grizzly Peak is a man-made, 110-foot (34 m) mountain in the shape of a grizzly bear, which represents California's state animal. It was created with large steel cages, which were soon lathed and carved as rocks.
The "Grizzly Peak Recreation Area" is where you can watch guests get drenched on the Grizzly River Run, a river rafting ride. Also, you can spot old gold pans in the dry creek bed at the start of it. Originally, the mountain was to have the face of the bear face south, with a waterfall from his mouth.
It was recently considered to use the mountain as a possible location for a new Country Bear Jamboree theatre and a gold rush themed mining train adventure, although the mountain's infrastructure did not allow for this to be feasible.