Elevation: 7,005 ft
This peak is not in the book because of nearby roads. However, before the snow melts, it is a good peak to ski or snowshoe.
I snowshoed up this peak with John and Tom Platt and Brian Mahon in 2009. It is a long hike with a lot of elevation gain when you start from Banks, Idaho. We parked near the South Fork Bridge, crossed the road and started up steeply toward Peak 3668. After reaching the summit, we found that descending the North Side of the peak actually involved climbing.
At the base of Peak 3668, we continued climbing up the ridge walking on short, green grass until we reached snowline. The ridge climbs steadily for most of the way. However, there is some up and down for the final 500 feet of elevation gain. Our round-trip stats: 15.0 miles with 5,700 feet of elevation gain. Class 2. USGS Packer John Mountain