Elevation: 7,395 ft
This peak is not in the book. Published June 2020
This peak is the shortest of the three ranked summits in the the Red Hills subrange of the Lost River Range. It is located southeast of Taylor Mountain, the highest peak in this small subrange. USGS Red Hills
Primary access is from the Dry Creek Road [(A)(6) Page 290]. The peak’s western slopes can be accessed from the 4WD road shown on the map below.
Western Slopes, Class 2
Follow the 4WD road toward the peak. Park when you are due west of the summit. cross the intervening sagebrush covered terrain to base of the peak’s west face. Climb the obvious line to the summit. My GPS recorded 1.2 miles with 365 feet of gain round trip.