Peak 10835

Elevation: 10,835 ft
Prominence: 375

This peak is not in the book.


Peak 10835 is a seldom-visited Boulder Mountain located north of Galena Peak in the Sawtooth National Recreation Area of the Sawtooth National Forest. USGS Galena Peak

Access

The shortest access to the peak is from ID-75 and Senate Creek [(A)(3) on Page 240].

Northwest Ridge, Class 3/Class 4 Summit Block

This route involves a strenuous climb just to get to the Galena Peak/Peak 10500 (Senate Peak) saddle before you will even see the peak. Drop down into the West Fork East Fork Salmon River to roughly the 9,600-foot contour. Cross over to the base of the Northwest Ridge. Climb the ridge to the summit block. Use the link below to access George Reinier’s trip report for additional details of the climb from Senate Creek.

Peak 10380 from Senate Peak.

Peak 10835 as viewed from Senate Peak.

 

Peak 10835's summit block. George Reinier Photo

The summit block of Peak 10835. George Reinier Photo

Additional Resources

Mountain Range: Boulder Mountains

Longitude: -114.60319   Latitude: 43.90079

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