Peak 7036 by Livingston Douglas

Elevation: 7,036 ft
Prominence: 416

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This peak is not in the book. Published November 2022

Peak 7036 towers over the junction of ID-75 and East Fork Road a few miles north of Hailey. It is a ranked hump on the southwest ridge of Peak 7777. USGS Hailey

Peak 7036 (hump in dead center) as viewed from the east. The east face (my ascent route) is in dead center, coming at the camera. Livingston Douglas Photo

East Face, Class 2

The Climb

From the ridge hump (which has a few pine trees and bouldersthat make it somewhat unique) at the juncture that connects Peak 7036 to Peak 7777, descend southwest to an open scrub/grass saddle (with two points of equal depth). From there, bushwhack west up through medium-thick sagebrush and other veg to reach the small, open summit of Peak 7036. The peak has a decent summit cairn atop the sagebrush-covered summit area. Return to the primary north-south ridge at the aforementioned ridge juncture. This concludes the first leg of today’s 2-peak journey. Peak 7777 is up next.

View from the summit of Peak 7036. East Fork Road is down below. Livingston Douglas Photo

Additional Resources

Mountain Range: Pioneer Mountains

Longitude: -114.33129   Latitude: 43.62001

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