Peak 2887 (Montini Volcano)

Elevation: 2,887 ft

This peak is not in the book.


This peak, unofficially named Montini Volcano, is located on the southern rim of the Snake River Canyon In Owyhee County. It is the 50th steepest peak in Idaho and the steepest peak in Owyhee County. USGS Sinker Butte

Dan Robbins researched the history and approach to this out of the way summit. Dan states:

“Peak 2887 had been on my fall/winter “to-do” list for several years. I liked it’s sheer walls and how it hovered directly over the Snake River. While researching access on the interwebs, I came across an article about the peak. This article called it Montini Volcano and gave the history and geology of the volcano. Along with the history came instructions for hiking to the central plug. Now I was very interested!”.

Use the link below to read Dan’s entire trip report.

Dan Robbins on the summit plateau. Dan Robbins Photo

Dan Robbins on the summit plateau. Dan Robbins Photo

 

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Mountain Range: Snake River Plain

Longitude: -116.37649   Latitude: 43.18289

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