The Black Pine Mountains are covered in the book on pages 351 to 353.
The Black Pine Mountains are located just north of the Utah border and west of I-84. Geographically, the range is the most distinctly defined mountain range in Idaho. It is surrounded by wide, flat valleys, and rises steeply on all sides. Geologically, the range is a textbook example of a Great Basin mountain range. The fault block, which forms the entire range, rises to 9,395 feet on Black Peak and is surrounded on all sides by broad alluvial fans.
Regarding the access information in the book, Livingston Douglas points out that “Due to increasingly hostile land owners in the Black Pine Mountains area (as per a discussion I had with the NFS in Burley, ID), most of the access roads into the Black Pine Mountains are now closed to the public. The trails also disappearing due to lack of maintenance and use.” The Pole Canyon Access (A)(1.1) on page 352 is still open to the public and still the best way to access the big peaks.
Use the following link to generate a table with all Black Pine Mountains peaks covered on this website: Black Pine Mountains Peaks.
Use this link to read about the Classic Black Pine Mountains Traverse