Peak 7091 by Livingston Douglas

Elevation: 7,091 ft
Prominence: 471

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This peak is not in the book. Published January 2023

Peak 7091 is a ridgeline summit that sits on the east side of Bear Lake. It separates Bee Hunt Hollow from Cooley Canyon. Its ranked neighbor to the north (Peak 7202) is only slightly higher. This area is a mix of private and public land, so be careful. This climb is entirely on BLM land. USGS Pegram Creek

Peak 7091 as viewed from the north. Livingston Douglas Photo


Same as for Peak 7202. This is the second leg of a 2-peak adventure that includes Peak 7202 and Peak 7091.

Northeast Shoulder, Class 2

The Climb

From the 6,420-foot connecting point near a corral in Bee Hunt Hollow, skirt the right/west side of a patch of trees and scramble left-ish/southeast up steep sagebrush onto the rounded shoulder. Follow the open shoulder southwest on easy scrub to reach a talus slope. Scramble up the talus then through a patch of aspens to reach steep grass high up. Climb up the steep, grassy slope to reach the small, rocky summit of Peak 7091. The summit has a large summit cairn with a cavity in its center.

Looking up at the summit hump of Peak 7091 from low on the northeast shoulder, my ascent route. Livingston Douglas Photo

The summit of Peak 7091 with Bear Lake in the background. Livingston Douglas Photo

The Descent

From the summit, return back to the connecting saddle. Scramble north and re-climb Peak 7202 then descend its north ridge then the dry ascent gully to return to Indian Creek Road and your parked vehicle.

Additional Resources

Mountain Range: Bear Lake Plateau

Longitude: -111.2402   Latitude: 42.0663

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