Hawley Mountains

The Hawley Mountains are a subrange of the Lost River Range formed by a ridgeline that parallels the main Lost River Crest. Located east of the main crest in the Little Lost River Valley, this subsidiary ridge is roughly 10 miles long. Hawley Mountain, at 9,752 feet, is its highest point. In addition to Hawley Mountain two other points on … Continue reading

Hawley Mountain

This peak is found on pages 287 to 288. I have climbed this peak three times–twice under a full moon in August. It’s a much harder climb than it looks from the base. Great views on top. Hawley Mountain often is free on deep snow early in the spring. The two routes in the book, the Northwest and Northeast Ridges, … Continue reading