Black Butte

Elevation: 6,025 ft
Prominence: 445

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This peak is not in the book. Published June 2022


Black Butte is an isolated peak that sits just east of the confluence of White Creek amd the North and South forks Castle Creek. All three of these water courses have carved deep, impressive canyons. Black Butte drops steeply on all sides. USGS Pixley Basin

Black Butte viewed from the east.

Access

Primary access information for this peak and it’s surroundings is found at the following link; Castle Creek Area Access

A seldom used two track road runs west from the Castle Creek/Pixley Basin Road. Follow this road to a point south of the peak and park.

South Slopes, Class 2

The southern slopes of Black Butte can be climbed via numerous lines. Hike toward the base of the butte and pick a line and climb it to the summit ridge. Follow the summit ridge west to the summit. The climb covers 2.0 miles with 478 feet of elevation gain round trip.

Black Butte and Peak 5631.

Additional Resources

Mountain Range: Owyhee Mountains

Year Climbed: 2022

Longitude: -116.47069   Latitude: 42.78679

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