Lone Pine Peak

Elevation: 9,658 ft
Prominence: 2,640

Climbing and access information for this peak is on Page 232 of the book.


This big, isolated peak is a great destination. It is seldom visited by climbers. You are likely to see wild horses roaming this country. USGS Lone Pine Peak

Lone Pine Peak Summit from the south.

Lone Pine Peak as viewed from the south.

Access

(D)(1) on Page 243.

Lone Pine Peak from US-93.

Lone Pine Peak as viewed from US-93.

Wildhorses on Lone Pine Peak's lower slopes.

Wild horses on Lone Pine Peak’s lower slopes.

Some one propped this skull up on the peak's summit block.

Someone propped this skull up on the peak’s summit block.

Lone Pine Peak's isolation from the remaining Boulder Peaks is documented by this shot from Anderson Peak.

Lone Pine Peak’s isolation from the remaining Boulder Peaks is illustrated in this photo from Anderson Peak.

The Pahsimeroi portion of the Lost River Range from Lone Pine Peak's summit.

The Pahsimeroi Mountains of the Lost River Range as viewed from the summit of Lone Pine Peak.

 

Mountain Range: Boulder Mountains

Year Climbed: 1991

Longitude: -114.1692   Latitude: 44.3437

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