Elevation: 9,658 ft
Climbing and access information for this peak is on Page 232 of the book.
Lone Pine Peak is a big, isolated peak seldom visited by climbers. It is a great destination. You are likely to see wild horses roaming this country. USGS Lone Pine Peak
Lone Pine Peak as viewed from the south.
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Lone Pine Peak as viewed from US-93.
Wild horses on Lone Pine Peak’s lower slopes.
Someone propped this skull up on the peak’s summit block.
Lone Pine Peak’s isolation from the remaining Boulder Peaks is illustrated in this photo from Anderson Peak.
The Pahsimeroi Subrange of the Lost River Range as viewed from the summit of Lone Pine Peak.
Mountain Range: Boulder Mountains
Longitude: -114.1692 Latitude: 44.3437
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