Peak 10060 by Derek Percoski

Elevation: 10,060 ft
Prominence: 600

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This peak is not in the book. Updated November 2020

Peak 10060 is located on the main Sawtooth Crest midway between Elk Peak and Mount Cramer. USGS Warbonnet Peak

Peak 10060‘s north ridge.


FST-101/FST-154, Redfish Lake Creek Trail [(A)(6)(b) Pages 206-207]. Take the Redfish Lake Shuttle to reach the starting point. Without the shuttle would require a high fitness level to climb the peak in a day.

Derek’s GPS track for Peaks 10060 and 10059. From the Redfish Inlet (using the paid boat shuttle), it’s 16 miles RT with 3800 gain.

North Ridge, Class 3

The long trip to this mundane Sawtooth summit passes by many other more interesting peaks, so only the most obsessive peakbaggers will ever make it out here. The upper terrain is also fairly loose by Sawtooth standards. Some mild scrambling. The crux is the loose section just before the 9500’ saddle.

Higher up on Peak 10060‘s north ridge.

East Ridge, Class 2+

The east ridge is essentially walking on wobbly rocks which drops down to the Peak 10060/Peak 10059 saddle.

Additional Resources

Mountain Range: Sawtooth Range

Longitude: -115.01769   Latitude: 44.01269

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