Elevation: 7,796 ft
This peak is not in the book.
The highest point in the Wooley Range is a scenic peak these days but in the past was subjected to phosphate mining. USGS Lower Valley
Here is Rick Baugher’s report on reaching the Wooley Range High Point:
On 6/23/13, I drove thru Soda Springs, ID and (Upper) Blackfoot River Road to its paved end just before The Narrows in Idaho’s Southeast Highlands. The oft-repeated phrase “The hardest part about climbing a mountain is sometimes getting to the trailhead” rung true today. Strike one: Trying to approach from Agrium’s active phosphate mining haul road. Strike two: Going through The Narrows and finding “bushwhack hell” beyond Mill Canyon Campground.
The third try was the charm. Just before The Narrows, found a well-hidden decommissioned two-track heading up canyon to the NW. Rode then hiked almost to the 7,300-foot saddle. Broke through the Douglas fir forest with brushy understory into a former phosphate mining area, now in restoration. Continued up open brush mat to summit Wooley Range HP. On top, a USGS benchmark tablet stamped 1948, but with no station name. Re-erected the signal post.