Climbing and access information for this peak is on Page 266 of the book. The following route information and photo were provided by Rick Baugher.
Sheep Pen Peak is one of the most visible of the high peaks as seen from Challis and Round Valley. It is the northernmost 10,000-foot summit in the Pahsimeroi Mountains of the Lost River Range. It is believed to be the last 10er to be climbed in the Lost River Range.
The view is SSW from the Pahsimeroi Valley with Grouse Creek Mountain to the left and Sheep Pen Peak to the right. The low point on the 1.2-mile connecting ridge is 10,500 feet, giving Sheep Pen Peak a prominence of 350 feet. This summit has had 3 different spot elevations over the years. The 1935 Borah Peak 30-minute quad showed 10,876 feet. The elevation was lowered on the 1956 Doublespring 15-minute quad to 10,843 feet. The current elevation as shown on the 1989 Meadow Peak 7.5-minute quad is 10,850 feet.