Peak 3500

Elevation: 3,500 ft
Prominence: 360

This peak is not in the book.


Peak 3500 is located on the southwest fringe of the West Mountains north of Emmett, Idaho. You can ascend to this summit via a 4WD road in less than 0.4 miles and 350 feet of elevation gain. The views from the summit are well worth the effort. USGS Northeast Emmett

Peak 3500

To reach the peak from Emmett, leave ID-16 at its junction with Washington Avenue North. Follow Washington Avenue (which is also designated ID-52) north through town. North of town ID-52 swings east. Continue straight onto Van Duesen Road. Follow Van Duesen Road north until the pavement ends. Take the road to your left, which has a sign that states “Road Narrows.” Follow this road uphill to a pass just east of Peak 3500. Park on the pass. Look for a slight trail cutting northwest. Follow this trail west as it climbs to meet a 4WD road. Follow this road to the summit. Class 1.

My route.

 

Additional Resources

Mountain Range: West Mountains

Year Climbed: 2017

Longitude: -116.49109   Latitude: 43.96749

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