Nicholson Peak

Elevation: 11,051 ft
Prominence: 805

Climbing and access information for this peak is on Page 310 of the book.


Nicholson Peak is the most impressive Lemhi peak between Diamond Peak and Saddle Mountain when viewed from the Little Lost River Valley. This peak sits just north of Peak 10965. I recommend climbing them both on the same day. USGS Fallert Springs

Nicholson Peak on the left and Peak 10965 from the Lemhi River valley floor.

Nicholson Peak (on the left) and Peak 10965 as viewed from the Lemhi Valley.

Climbing out of Fowler Springs to the climb of Nicholson Peak.

Climbing out of Fowler Springs to approach Nicholson Peak.

As the ridge narrows, you encounter several obstacles that require Class 3 climbing or a descent down to easier terrain.

Crux of the southwest ridge approach to the peak.

The crux of the Southwest Ridge Approach.

The upper section of southwest ridge of Nicholson.

The upper section of Southwest Ridge of Nicholson Peak.

The Summit Block of Nicholson Peak.

The summit block of Nicholson Peak.

Peak 10695 from southwest ridge of Nicholson.

Peak 10695 as viewed from the Southwest Ridge of Nicholson Peak.

Climbing the final slope to summit.

Climbing the final slope to the summit of Nicholson Peak.

Nicholson Peak viewed from Sunny Bar Peak.

Nicholson Peak as viewed from Sunny Bar Peak.

Peak 10965, left, and Nicholson Peak, right from the Riddler.

Peak 10965 (left) and Nicholson Peak (right) as viewed from The Riddler.

Nicholson Peak from,Bunting Canyon. Larry Prescott Photo

Nicholson Peak as viewed from Bunting Canyon. Larry Prescott Photo

 

Mountain Range: Lemhi Range

Year Climbed: 2006

Longitude: -113.098806   Latitude: 44.08361

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