Elevation: 7,308 ft
This peak is not in the book. Published November 2022
Peak 7308 is located just northwest of an unsigned junction along Quigley Road at 6,020 feet. The peak is most easily climbed from this junction. This area is a mix of private and public land, so be careful. The summit is on private land so please obtain permission from the landowner before undertaking this climb. USGS Baugh Creek SW
From its genesis at East Ridge Drive in Hailey, drive northeast up [signed] Quigley Road. At 6.1 miles, reach an unsigned road junction where Quigley Road turns right/east and begins a rugged climb to a 7,095-foot saddle. Park at this junction (6,020 feet).
Northeast Shoulder/East Face, Class 2
From the road junction, hike north then northwest up the 2-track road (only suitable for ATVs/MCs after the first ¼ mile) for about 1.2 miles to the 6,500-foot level and a side gully to the left/west. Leave the road and bushwhack southwest up a steep, forested shoulder that follows the south side of the aforementioned gully. High up, the shoulder reaches tree line and becomes a mix of shale, rocky outcrops, and sagebrush/grass. It bends left/south.
Just below the saddle at the head of the gully, leave the shoulder and angle diagonally right/west through sagebrush to reach the ridge saddle at 7,100 feet. From the saddle, scramble west up an easy face of scrub with a final jog to the right/north to reach the small, rocky summit of Peak 7308. The summit has a modest cairn. There is no signage or fencing to prohibit entry onto the private land on the west side of the 2-track road, on the summit ridge, and on the summit itself.