Bighorn Crags

* Peaks listed in Elevation order; highest to lowest
PhotoPeak NameMountain RangeElevationProminenceYearDescription
Mount McGuireEastern Salmon River Mountains10,082 ft35421983Climbing information for this p2k peak is found on page 123.
Mount McGuire is the highes ... read more
Aggipah MountainEastern Salmon River Mountains9,920 ftThis peak is found on pages 123 and 124.
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Sheepeater MountainEastern Salmon River Mountains9,920 ft1984This peak is discussed on page 124.
This sits west of read more
Bighorn PeakEastern Salmon River Mountains9,920 ft1984This peak is found on page 124.
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Knuckle Peak aka Fishfin RidgeEastern Salmon River Mountains9,700 ft3601984Knuckle Peak, the most impressive feature of the read more
Heart PeakEastern Salmon River Mountains9,573 ft513Route information for this peak is found on page 126.
Heart Mountain is a seldom climbed ... read more
Ramskull PeakEastern Salmon River Mountains9,460 ft1985This peak is found on pages 125 and 126.
This peak towers above Harbor and Wilson Lakes. ... read more
Cathedral RockEastern Salmon River Mountains9,400 ft1984This peak is found on page 126.
I climbed this peak with Dana Hansen in 1984. We found a ... read more
Peak 9140Eastern Salmon River Mountains9,140 ft1984This formation/peak is not in the book specifically but is discussed as part of the Cathedral's Cemetery c ... read more
Peak 9100Eastern Salmon River Mountains9,100 ft1984This formation/peak is not in the book specifically but is discussed as part of the Cathedral's Cemetery c ... read more
Litner Peak/Litner GroupEastern Salmon River Mountains8,837 ftThis peak is found on page 123.
Litner Peak is the highest point in the Litner Group; it ... read more
Bighorn CragsEastern Salmon River Mountains0 ftThe Bighorn Crags are described on pages 122 to126 and there is an access map on page 143.
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