Elevation: 6,719 ft
This peak is not in the book.
This “Bald” Mountain (one of 33 ranked peaks in Idaho with “bald” as part of its name) is located at the southeastern end of the Owhyee Mountains, approximately 38 miles southwest of Mountain Home, Idaho. The peak has two summits, with the northernmost the tallest. You will find beautiful views in every direction from the summit. USGS Snow Creek
The peak has above average access as it sits just south of the Owyhee Uplands Back Country Byway. Take ID-78 south from Grand View, Idaho, and follow it south to the well-marked turn for the Byway, roughly 2 miles south of town. Follow the road, paved at first and then good gravel, for 25 miles to a signed junction with Little Jacks Creek Road. Turn left here and follow the little-improved Little Jacks Creek Road to the first cattle guard.
From this point, at an elevation of 6,392 feet, a 4WD road heads east uphill. This road is passable with a proper vehicle to the saddle between the peak’s two summits. I recommend walking the road to increase the distance to the summit. Once you are on the saddle between the two summits, simply hike up the peak’s south, sagebrush-covered ridge to the summit. It is 1.5 miles with 675 feet of elevation gain from the cattle guard. Class 2
The view from the summit not only takes in nearby Clover Mountain and Rough Mountain but also the Snake River Plain, the Boise Mountains, the Owyheee Table Lands and large sections of Nevada and Oregon.