The Sawtooth Range is the home of Idaho mountaineering and is the best-known of Idaho's many mountain ranges. The range is an extremely rugged collection of granite peaks and alpine lakes with an eastern escarpment that is perhaps Idaho's most impressive mountain wall. Scattered throughout the range are 33 peaks that exceed 10,000 feet, and many spires and towers crowd the high Sawtooth ridges. The main Sawtooth crest stretches more than 32 miles from north to south. From east to west the range measures 20 miles across at its widest point and includes several other impressive divides.
Mount Heyburn Click here for photos and new route information. See pages 171 - 173
Mount Regan Click here for photos of Mount Regan. See page 159.
Mount Sevy Click here for photos and new route information. See page 184.
Warbonnet Peak Click here for photo of Warbonnet summit block. See page 190.