Eagle Nest

This peak is not in the book. Published December 2020 Eagle Nest is located northeast of Cascade, Idaho. It was an early fire lookout comprised of a platform built high in a tree. USGS Eagle Nest Access There are various access routes in this area of many roads. Eagle Nest Trailhead. The road to the Eagle Nest trailhead is signed … Continue reading

Peak 8860 (Center Ridge Peak #2)

Peak 8860 (Center Ridge #2) viewed from the south. John Platt Photo

Peak 8860 is located in the Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness east-southeast of Edwardsburg on an long ridgeline that divides Little Marble Creek and Snowslide Creek. This ridge starts at Cougar Peak and runs northeast over Peak 8421, Peak 8860, and Snowslide Peak to Center Mountain. USGS Edwardsburg Access Access is ┬ávia the Cougar Basin Trail/FST-004 [(B)(3.2)(c) and … Continue reading

Peak 8421 (Center Ridge Peak #1)

Peak 8421 (Center Ridge #1) viewed from the south. John Platt Photo

This peak is not in the book. Published August 2020 Peak 8421 is located in the Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness east-southeast of Edwardsburg on an long ridgeline that divides Little Marble Creek and Snowslide Creek. This ridge starts at Cougar Peak and runs northeast over Peak 8421, Peak 8860, and Snowslide Peak to Center Mountain. USGS Edwardsburg … Continue reading

Snowslide Peak

Snowslide Peak. Dave Pahlas Photo

Climbing and access information for this peak is on Page 121 of the book. Published August 2020 Snowslide Peak is located in the Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness east-southeast of Edwardsburg on a long ridgeline that divides Little Marble Creek and Snowslide Creek. This ridge starts at Cougar Peak in the west and has four ranked peaks. Snowslide … Continue reading

Center Mountain

Center Mountain. Dave Pahlas Photo

Climbing and access information for this peak is found on Pages 121 and 122. Published August 2020 Center Mountain was once used as a fire lookout because of its commanding view. However, because of its remoteness it was soon abandoned. It is located in the FCRNRW east southeast of Edwardsburg on an long ridgeline that divides Little Marble Creek and … Continue reading