The Sublett Mountains extend from the Snake River Plain south almost to Snowville on the Idaho/Utah border. From the surrounding valleys, the range resembles a low grouping of rugged hills. The highest point in the range, Peak 7492, is unnamed and reaches 7,492 feet; 7,464-foot Cedar Creek Peak is the highest named summit. In addition to these two peaks there … Continue reading

Peak 7492 Sublett Mountains High Point

This ┬ápeak is identified in the book on page 353 as the Sublett Mountain High Point but I had no information on the peak at the time the book was published. I still do not have much information. The Sublett Mountains High Point is located on the eastern edge of the range due east of the former town of Roy, … Continue reading

Cedar Creek Peak

This peaks is found on page 353. The following trip report and photo was supplied by Rick Baugher. Cedar Creek Peak is a bushwacker’s delight. This section of the Sawtooth National Forest is managed as a bird sanctuary and there are no maintained trails to assist in gaining this summit. From the 5500′ level along the North Heglar Canyon Road, … Continue reading