Peak 10536

Elevation: 10,536 ft
Prominence: 396

Peak 10536 from the west ridge of Atlas Peak. Photo - Steve Mandella

This peak is not in the book.


Peak 10536 is the northernmost summit on the ridge that divides the Lake Creek and Muldoon drainages at the southern end of Copper Basin. Access Peak 10536’s summit from either drainage, or traverse the ridge from Atlas Peak, located roughly 1 mile south.

Peak 10536 viewed from Roundup Peak

Peak 10536 viewed from Roundup Peak


Access

The peak can be accessed from the west via Muldoon Canyon, located west of Star Hope Campground, in Copper Basin. The Copper Basin Loop Road, either direction, takes you to FS 510 at the loop’s southern end.

The peak can also be accessed from the east from the Lake Creek Recreation site, just off of the Copper Basin Loop Road.

Motor Vehicle Use Map (2017): Salmon Challis National Forest – Lost River Ranger District


Routes

Summit of Peak 10536 with Atlas Peak in the background. Photo - Steve Mandella

Summit of Peak 10536 with Atlas Peak in the background. Photo – Steve Mandella

Steve and Margo Mandella and Bruce Dunham climbed Peak 10536 and Peak 11039 (Atlas Peak) together as a loop route. Read about their route using this link.

Western Approach, Class 2+

Using the ascent of Peak 11536 described on the loop route page, and descending the same route, would be a steep climb, with good footing. If you climb the outcrops versus skirting them, the climb might be considered a low Class 3.

USGS Topo: Star Hope Mine

Climber Trip Reports

Mountain Range: Pioneer Mountains

Longitude: -113.87939   Latitude: 43.73669

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