Elevation: 7,905 ft
This peak is not in the book.
Access the peak from ID-21 at Mores Creek Summit by turning north onto FS-380. Follow this rough road to the saddle northwest of the summit of Pilot Peak. There is a 4-way junction at this point. A right turn takes you to Pilot Peak. A left turn takes you on a difficult 4WD road that follows the ridge top toward Freeman Peak. Continue north on FS-380, dropping off the saddle to the first major intersection. Turn left and follow this road southwest to the north side of Freeman Peak where you will encounter FST-690. This trail is open to ATVs. You can park just below the junction.
If you want to approach the peak from the north, see the Jackson Peak page.
FST-690 Route, Class 1
FST-690 is closed to vehicles larger than ATVs but it is basically a road with a couple of spots that are likely impassable to full-sized vehicles. The road follows a long, scenic ridge to the summit in 2.0 miles with about 450 feet of elevation gain. Round-trip elevation gain is just under 900 feet. The trail continues north to Coulter Summit and another trail goes west to nearby Wilson Peak.