Center Mountain

Elevation: 10,362 ft
Prominence: 1,062

Climbing and access information for this peak is found on page 322. Please note that the Geerston Creek access described in the book is still closed across private property. Permission to cross the private property can only be secured from the landowner. Updated July 2019


This 10er sits on the Continental Divide and has over one thousand feet of prominence. Michael Darcy wrote of this peak “A beautiful mountain on its own, it is nevertheless overshadowed by its high profile neighbors on the divide to the northwest – Freeman Peak, Monument Peak, and the Sacajawea Peaks.”

Center Mountain. Michael Darcy Photo

Center Mountain. Michael Darcy Photo

Center Mountain viewed from North Doublet looking across the head of Geerston Creek. Rick Baugher Photo and Commentary.

Center Mountain viewed from North Doublet looking across the head of Geerston Creek. Rick Baugher Photo and Commentary.

Center Mountain from Peak 9759. Jeff Hunteman Photo

Center Mountain from Peak 9759. Jeff Hunteman Photo

Mountain Range: Beaverhead Range

Longitude: -113.64879   Latitude: 45.22889

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