Peak 11611 (Doublespring Peak)

Elevation: 11,611 ft
Prominence: 2,129

Climbing and access information for this peak is on Pages 269-270 of the book.


Doublespring Peak is an out-of-the-way summit that is well worth the effort. It is connected to Peak 10878. Both peaks are doable from the connecting saddle. USGS Borah Peak

North Ridge (Class 2)

We accessed the peak from the Horseheaven Pass Road via Cayuse Canyon. We drove up the jeep track in Cayuse Canyon a short way and parked. We followed the canyon south and then took the right-hand fork to the base of the slope leading to the saddle between the two peaks. We scrambled to the saddle and then climbed to the summit via the peak’s North Ridge after descending from Peak 10878. In June 2003, there was a significant amount of snow on the route. USGS Borah Peak

Doublesprings Peak from Cayuse Canyon. Dan Robbins Photo

Doublespring Peak as viewed from Cayuse Canyon. Dan Robbins Photo

Mountain Range: Lost River Range

Year Climbed: 2003

Longitude: -113.7993   Latitude: 44.20428

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