Elevation: 7,492 ft
This peak is identified on Page 353 of the book as the Sublett Mountains High Point, but I had no information on the peak at the time the book was published. Rick Baugher’s informative trip report is linked below.
The Sublett Mountains High Point is located on the eastern edge of the range due east of the former town of Roy, Idaho and ID-37. The peak has 1,962 feet of prominence. The peak is located within the Sawtooth National Forest. Access into this section of the Sublett Mountains is via the Side Canyon Road which is accessed from ID-37 north of Roy. This road will eventually lead you to the west side of the peak at 6,400 feet. I have not travelled the road but I suspect a 4WD will be needed in the upper reaches of the canyon. See the link below for Rick Baugher’s eastern approach which appears to cross private property. USGS Sublett Troughs