Peak 10185 (Rip and Tear Peak)

Elevation: 10,185 ft
Prominence: 445

This peak is not in the book.


Peak 10185 is unofficially named Rip and Tear Peak by Rick Baugher. The peak is located along the Boulder Front Crest of the Boulder Mountains in the Sawtooth National Recreation Area of the Sawtooth National Forest. This mountain has a horn-shaped summit reminiscent of the Boulder Mountains’ most famous horn-shaped peak, Mystery Peak. Peak 10185 is accessed via the Gladiator Creek trailhead, which is easily reached from ID-75 near Galena Lodge. USGS Horton Peak

Rip and Tear Peak as viewed from the ridge north of Senate Creek.

Access

Gladiator Creek [(A)(2(a) on Page 240]

Southeast Ridge, Class 3

Follow the Gladiator Creek Trail to the peak’s Southeast Ridge. Scramble up the ridge to the top. Use the link below to read Rick Baugher’s trip report.

Additional Resources

Mountain Range: Boulder Mountains

Longitude: -114.64439   Latitude: 43.91419

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