Elevation: 7,078 ft
Climbing information for this peak is found on page 63.
Black Mountain, located in the Clearwater National Forest, is the highest point in the Mallard Larkins Pioneer Area, a defacto wilderness, and it has 2,217 feet of prominence. The peak had a fire lookout placed on it’s summit in 1932, and as far as I know it is still in use.
The peak can be climbed via a trail from the North Fork Clearwater River. The trail is steep and gains roughly 5,500 feet in 8 miles.
USGS Topo: Mallard Creek