Garns Mountain

Elevation: 9,016 ft
Prominence: 1,236

Climbing and access information for this peak is on Page 338 of the book.


Garns Mountain is the second-highest summit in the Big Hole Mountains.  Piney Peak is four feet higher according to the latest measurements. See the Garns Mountain, Piney Peak and Red Butte Traverse page for updated details on how to reach these three summits. Also, use the link below to see Dan Robbins’ trip report. USGS Garns Mountain

The summit of Garns Mountain looking east toward the Teton Range.

View from the summit of Garns Mountain, looking east toward the Teton Range. Dan Robbins Photo

Mountain Range: Big Hole and Snake River Mountains

Longitude: -111.33279   Latitude: 43.66329

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