Peak 10195

Elevation: 10,195 ft
Prominence: 375

This peak is not in the book. Derek Percoski climbed this peak as part of loop that also took him to White Cap Peak. Published December 2018


This peak is located west of the Lost River Range crest and due south of Leatherman Pass.

Access

Sawmill Gulch [(B)(8)(a) page 292]

North Ridge, Class 2 by Derek Percoski 

The north ridge is easy class 2. I suspect you could get a horse or mountain bike all the way to the summit. I remember thinking that the south contour looked taller than the spot elevation, which is a slight possibility. Trees block the view between the 2 potential high points and of course my eyes often deceive me. The west face is all passable terrain so the peak can be linked to anywhere on the Sawmill/Leatherman trail, but you’ll likely encounter some steep dirt- especially down near the creek.

My track shows the clockwise loop I made with White Cap Peak. If I repeated the trip I would do it almost exactly the same. If I had descended White Cap slightly to the north (gully instead of ridge) I could have enjoyed more scree-skiing, but outside that it was perfect.

Derek’s GPS track. He ascended the north ridge amd descended the peak’s rounded west rib slopes.

Derek’s GPS track. He ascended the north ridge amd descended the peak’s rounded west rib slopes.

Looking to White Cap Peak, Leatherman Pass and Leatherman Peak from the summit of Peak 10195. Derek Percoski Photo

Looking to White Cap Peak, Leatherman Pass and Leatherman Peak from the summit of Peak 10195. Derek Percoski Photo

Mackay Reservoir and Peak 10195 (center) from White Cap Peak Derek Percoski Photo

Mackay Reservoir and Peak 10195 (center) from White Cap Peak Derek Percoski Photo

Climber Trip Reports

Mountain Range: Lost River Range

Longitude: -113.74909   Latitude: 44.06789

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