Elevation: 7,800 ft
This peak is not in the book.
Peak 7800 is located north of Pine Creek Pass and ID-31. It is the first peak north of the pass on the ridge that divides Teton and Bonneville counties. The summit offers excellent views of the Big Hole and Snake River Range peaks as well as the Tetons. Reach the summit via a well-used trail. In stable snow conditions, this peak offers good back-country skiing on moderate slopes. USGS Fourth of July Peak
Pine Creek Pass Route, Class 1+
Access this route from ID-31 at Pine Creek Pass. There is a large parking lot on the East Side of the highway. A good but unsigned trail leaves the pass on the West Side of the highway. This trail takes you nearly to the summit and connects with other trails that continue on to Peak 7834 and Squirrel Mountain.
The actual summit of Peak 7800 lies just north of the point where the main trail drops off the ridge. A use trail leads from this point and leads the last hundred feet or so to a small rock pile that is the high point. There was no summit register. The trail was in good shape for the entire distance (July 2017). I climbed Peak 7800, Peak 7834 and Squirrel Mountain together. The segment to Peak 7800 from Pine Creek Pass covers 1.7 miles (one-way) and entails 1,040 feet of elevation gain.