Anderson Peak

Elevation: 9,339 ft
Prominence: 1,319

Climbing and access information for this peak is on Page 232 of the book.


In June, when higher peaks are still covered by snow, Anderson Peak is the place to view the surrounding mountains: the Lost River Range, the Salmon River Mountains and its siblings in the Boulder Mountains. USGS Horse Basin

Anderson Peak as viewed when approaching from the soutn.

Anderson Peak as viewed from the south.

Looking south from near the summit to the higher Boulder Peaks.

Looking east from near the summit to the Pahsimeroi Range.

Did I mention wild flowers in June? I should have.

Did I mention wild flowers in June? I should have.

Lone Pine Peak's isolation from the remaining Boulder Peaks is documented by this shot from Anderson Peak.

Lone Pine Peak’s isolation from the remaining Boulder Peaks is illustrated in this photo from Anderson Peak.

Mount Borah from Anderson Peak.

Mount Borah as viewed from Anderson Peak.

Anderson Peak is a good spot to see wild horses and Elk in June. They are a long way off but several elk are crossing this ridge.

Anderson Peak is a good spot to see wild horses and elk in June. Several elk are crossing the ridge in the distance.

 

Additional Resources

Mountain Range: Boulder Mountains

Year Climbed: 1995

Longitude: -114.02401   Latitude: 44.19782

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