Climbing and access information for this peak is on Page 310 of the book.
Buckhorn Peak is a ranked summit located on the toe of the ridge that separates Mormon Gulch from Uncle Ike Creek. It is surrounded by several other ranked summits and makes a good addition to a multi-peak adventure. In addition to the route described in the book, you can climb Buckhorn Peak via its broad west ridge from Uncle Ike Creek. Leave the creek at an elevation of roughly 7,000 feet. There are some cliffs on this big ridge but they are easily skirted. USGS Fallert Springs
Buckhorn Peak is the mountain in the foreground. The rugged west face is center and right of center with a massive gully at its base. The upper section of the ridge is steep/rocky and goes at Class 3. Livingston Douglas Photo
The high point of Buckhorn Peak is the little knob on the left of this photo. White Bird Peak is to the right.
Buckhorn Peak as viewed from Sunny Bar Peak.
Looking north-northwest from Sunny Bar Peak to Diamond Peak on the right. Little Diamond, Swanson Peak, and The Riddler are also visible.