Peak 10300

Elevation: 10,300 ft

This peak is not in the book.


Peak 10350 is one of four Boulder Mountain peaks with 300+ feet of prominence that surround Little Fall Creek. This is the most interesting of the four peaks. This peak can be climbed from most directions. You should be able to find a Class 2 route no matter which way you approach the peak. The other three peaks are Peak 10340, Peak 10356 and Peak 10350.

Peak 10300 viewed from Peak 10350. This shot shows the long ridge which narrows down as you approach the summit.

Peak 10300 viewed from Peak 10350. This shot shows the long ridge which narrows down as you approach the summit.

Access is from Little Fall Creek via a mining road that climbs up to 9,200. As of June 2015, the road is blocked by two large fallen trees just above the second creek crossing. Most high clearance vehicles, driven carefully can make it to the first creek crossing. A 4WD will be necessary above the creek crossing and even many 4WDs will have difficult crossing a large step on the talus slope above the first creek crossing. The road makes an excellent trail.

John Fadgen climbed the peak by following the peak’s long, curving north ridge from the saddle connecting this peak to Peak 10350.

USGS Rock Roll Canyon

Climber Trip Reports

Mountain Range: Boulder Mountains

Longitude: -114.25209   Latitude: 43.86909

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