Peak 10100

Elevation: 10,100 ft
Prominence: 280

Peak 10100 with The Leaning Tower of Pisa on the right. Ray Brooks Photo

This peak is not in the book. Lists of John incorrectly calls this peak the Leaning Tower of Pisa. The actual Leaning Tower of Pisa is a formation on this peak’s southern  shoulder.


This peak is one of two unnamed peak situated on the Verita Ridge between Warbonnet Peak and Monte Verta. This section of the Verita Ridge is a conglomeration of granite towers. All of these towers have been climbed and it is likely that this more rounded summit has also been climbed. However, there are no reports of an actual ascent. USGS Warbonnet Peak

The section of the Monte Verita Ridge comples surrounding Peak 10100 and Monte Verita. Ray Brooks Photo

The section of the Monte Verita Ridge comples surrounding Peak 10100 and Monte Verita. Ray Brooks Photo

Peak 10100 with The Leaning Tower of Pisa on the right. Ray Brooks Photo

Peak 10100 with The Leaning Tower of Pisa on the right. Ray Brooks Photo

 

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Mountain Range: Sawtooth Range

Longitude: -115.04509   Latitude: 44.07229

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