Dickey Peak

Elevation: 11,141 ft
Prominence: 2,823

Climbing and access information for this p2k peak is found on Pages 268 and 269 of the book.


Dickey Peak is probably the most popular peak in the northern section of the Lost River Range known as the Pahsimeroi Mountains. It is a beautiful peak that really stands out when viewed from US-93 on its west side. USGS Dickey Peak

The north face Dickey Peak.

The North Face of Dickey Peak.

Dickey Peak from the west.

Dickey Peak as viewed from the west.

Dickey Peak on a stormy spring day.

Dickey Peak on a stormy Spring day.

Even in early May the lower slopes will be free of snow leaving you with a talus slog on the peak's western slopes.

Even in early May the lower slopes will be free of snow, leaving you with a talus slog on the peak’s western slopes.

The supper slopes are more alpine in nature.

The upper slopes are more alpine in nature.

. . . and the last stretch to the summit is a beautiful alpine pyramid when covered in snow.

. . . and the last stretch to the summit is a beautiful alpine pyramid when covered in snow.

Looking north from the summit of Dickey toward Petros Peak.

Looking north from the summit of Dickey Peak toward Petros Peak.

Mountain Range: Lost River Range

Year Climbed: 1991

Longitude: -113.8835   Latitude: 44.2293

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