Peak 8180 (Lewis and Clark Ridge)

Elevation: 8,180 ft
Prominence: 330

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Peak 8180, also known as Lewis and Clark Ridge, is the southernmost Bitterroot Mountain summit along the range’s crest. It is located due west of US-93 at Lost Trail Pass and is the highest point of the Lost Trail Pass Ski Resort. The peak also lies on the border of Idaho County and Lemhi County as well as border of the Bitterroot and Salmon National Forests.

Its summit is reached by a ski lift and a road. The road leaves the ski area’s large parking lot just below the lodge and and climbs up to the summit in a steep 1.5 miles. The road is in good condition and high clearance vehicles and mountain bikes can navigate it. This is a Class 1 hike. USGS Lost Trail Pass

Peak 8180 from US-93.

Peak 8180 as viewed from US-93.

Additional Resources

Mountain Range: Bitterroot Mountains

Year Climbed: 2016

Longitude: -113.97089   Latitude: 45.70289

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