North Massacre Mountain

Elevation: 10,824 ft
Prominence: 364

Climbing and access information for this peak is on Page 284 of the book. Updated September 2018


One of two peaks on a massive North-South ridgeline, North Massacre Peak is seldom climbed. Climb this peak in conjunction with a climb of Massacre Mountain. Use the link below to read about John Platt’s marathon peak climbing adventure that includes both Massacre peaks. The route in the book begins along the Long Lost Creek Road which provides the shortest access. An alternative is from Burnt Creek, which is located north of the summit. Use Buck Springs Road [(A)(6.2) on Pages 290-291] to reach this starting point. Please note that Buck Springs Road is incorrectly identified in the book as Burnt Creek Road. The route from Buck Springs Road is a long Class 2 hike to the summit. USGS Massacre Mountain

North Massacre Mountain. John Platt Photo

North Massacre Mountain. John Platt Photo

Massacre Mountain viewed from the southeast ridge of Ferguson Peak. North Massacre Mountain is on the left.

Massacre Mountain (left) as viewed from the Southeast Ridge of Ferguson Peak.

Mountain Range: Lost River Range

Year Climbed: 1988

Longitude: -113.53721   Latitude: 44.07969

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