Peak 7415 by Livingston Douglas

Elevation: 7,415 ft
Prominence: 325

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This peak is not in the book. Published December 2020

Peak 7415 is a forested hump that is a short ridge scramble from its connecting saddle with Peak 8026 along FSR-027/Aldous Lake Road. USGS Antelope Valley

Peak 7415 (forested, dead center) as viewed from the north. Livingston Douglas Photo

: The brushy summit of Peak 7415. No views here. Livingston Douglas Photo


From the north side of Kilgore, ID, drive north on [signed] Cottonwood Creek Road/FSR-026. At 3.9 miles, reach a [signed] junction with East Camas Creek Road. Continue straight on Cottonwood Creek Road. At 5.8 miles, reach the National Forest boundary. At 6.3 miles, reach a [signed] junction with FSR-027/Aldous Lake Road. Turn sharply right/southeast onto FSR-027 and drive 3.0 miles to a small saddle and park at a dispersed campsite on the saddle (7,120 feet).

North Ridge, Class 2

The Climb

From the ridge saddle along FSR-027, hike south on an old 2-track road briefly to where it ends. Bushwhack through thick blowdown, brush, and aspens to reach the ridge crest. Scramble south up the narrow ridge crest in easy pine forest. Scramble over a 7,270-foot rocky ridge outcrop (a pile of boulders) and descend 25 vertical feet from it to continue up the ridge to reach the brushy summit. I rebuilt the small, torn-down cairn.

The small summit cairn in the brush atop Peak 7415. Livingston Douglas Photo


Additional Resources

Mountain Range: Centennial Range

Longitude: -111.86279   Latitude: 44.49349

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