Mount Ebert

Elevation: 9,900 ft
Prominence: 680

Climbing and access information for this peak is on Pages 166-167 of the book.


This peak is located in the uppermost part of the Fishhook drainage. It sees little interest from climbers, probably due to its location and the fact that it does not exceed 10,000 feet. Nevertheless, this peak is one of the most attractive mountaineering peaks in the range. USGS Warbonnet Peak

Mount Ebert from the north.

Mount Ebert as viewed from the north.

A memorial to Louis Stur on Mount Ebert. Louis died in a fall on the peak. Ralph Shelton Photo

A memorial to Louis Stur on Mount Ebert. Louis died in a fall on the peak. Ralph Shelton Photo

The view from Baron Pass. Baron Peak is on the horizon on the left and Ebert is the big dark peak on the right.

The view from Baron Pass. Baron Peak is on the horizon (left) and Ebert is the big dark peak (right).

Mount Ebert standing over the Stephens Lakes basin. Baron Peak is to its right on the horizon.

Mount Ebert towering over the Stephens Lakes Basin. Baron Peak is to its right on the horizon.

Mount Ebert from the southeast.

Mount Ebert as viewed from the southeast.

Ed-Da-how Spire and Mount Ebert.

Ed-Da-How Spire and Mount Ebert.

 

Additional Resources

Mountain Range: Sawtooth Range

First Ascent Information:

  • First Ascent Year: 1957
  • Season: Summer
  • Route: West Ridge
  • Party: Iowa Mountaineers.
  • Other First Ascent: East Face Dike
  • Year: 1973
  • Season: Summer
  • Party: Lyman Dye, Springer, Howard, Taylor and Bravence

Longitude: -115.0294   Latitude: 44.109065

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