Peak 6682 (Stargaze Point)

Elevation: 6,682 ft
Prominence: 422

The summit of Stargaze Point. Dan Robbins Photo

This unofficially named summit is not in the book. It is located due west of ID-21 where it crosses Beaver Creek Summit.


Peak 6682/Stargaze Point is located northeast of Pilot Peak in the Boise Mountains. I skied Stargaze Point with Brian Wright in February of 2001. While not a tall or imposing summit, the skiing was good through mixed areas of forest, meadow, and burned forest.

Our route covered 2.2 miles from the road to the summit. At the time, we were trailblazers when we visited this then unknown summit. Since our ascent, the peak has been included in the Idaho Park and Ski system. Now, there is a trail all the way to the summit and a nearby yurt. I have included a link below to the Parks and Recreation webpage that covers the peak and to Dan Robbins’ trip report on a summer climb of the peak. The map below shows the route as 1.4 miles round trip.

The summit of Stargaze Point. Dan Robbins Photo

The summit of Stargaze Point. Dan Robbins Photo

Idaho State Parks and Recreation map.

Idaho State Parks and Recreation map.

USGS Topo: Pine Flat

Mountain Range: Boise Mountains

Year Climbed: 2001

Longitude: -115.63639   Latitude: 44.01779

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