Climbing and access information for this peak is on Page 65 of the book.
Even though Fenn Mountain barely tops 8,000 feet, it is one of Idaho’s best peaks. Like any peak in the Selway Crags, its takes a lot of effort to get to the base of the peak. Once you are there, you will find a classic scramble leading to the summit. USGS Fenn Mountain
The route starts on Jesse Pass. Its an excellent spot for a dry camp. There is a spring a half-mile down the west side of the pass.
The Fenn Mountain route climbs this ridge from Jesse Pass.
The route starts out on easy but steep terrain before encountering route-finding problems on the ridge above.
Looking back to Jesse Pass from near the summit of Fenn Mountain.
The peak’s upper reaches are all granite with a variety of towers and cliffs to work your way around.
Fenn Mountain can also be approached from Big Fog Mountain. See Dave Pahlas’ trip report linked below for details.