Elevation: 4,749 ft
This peak is not in the book. Published March 2019
Peak 4749 sits north of the former village of Reynolds, Idaho. The summit is the culmination of a long south-to-north trending ridgeline that forms the eastern wall of the impressive Reynolds Creek Canyon. The paved Reynolds Creek Road, which does not actually follow Reynolds Creek, parallels the peak’s eastern flank. In addition to the route set out below, there are undoubtedly numerous lines one could follow from the road to the summit. USGS Wilson Peak
Use the Reynolds Creek Road directions [(A)(1) on Page 346] to access the peak. This road leaves ID-78 1.1 miles east of the ID-45/ID-78 junction. Follow the road south for 7.8 miles. Turn right/west onto a rough side road (high-clearance vehicle recommended) and continue following the road west to a junction in 0.8 miles. Park here. See map.
North Ridge, Class 2
From your parking spot, a 4WD road heads south toward the summit. The road quickly turns into a ATV trail as it weaves its way south along the peaks broad, rolling ridge. The trail eventually drops off the ridge. Leave the trail and stay near the ridge crest until you reach the summit. This route has great views along its entire distance, with Soldier Cap standing to the northwest adding an exclamation point to your view. From the parking spot, the route covers 5.4 miles round trip with 850 feet of elevation gain.