Peak 9345 (Frenchman Peak)

Elevation: 9,345 ft
Prominence: 325

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This peak and North Frenchman Peak (which is also discussed herein) are not in the book.

Frenchman Peak and North Frenchman Peak (9,139 feet) are located at the southern end of the Sawtooth Range on the west side of Frenchman Creek. The peaks are the two highest points on a scenic, mostly tree-covered North/South Ridge that can be easily accessed from ID-75. John Platt and Dave Pahlas made a strenuous 9.0-mile round trip snowshoe ascent of both peaks on January 1, 2016. Their climb gained 3,000 feet of elevation along the way. Use the links below to their trip reports for details on their ascent. USGS Frenchman Creek

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Frenchman Peak as viewed from the north. John Platt Photo

North Frenchman Peak. John Platt Photo

North Frenchman Peak. John Platt Photo

While not the most rugged of Sawtooth Peaks, it is obvious that the good winter access and the view from the top provide the incentive to climb these two peaks.

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The White Cloud Peaks as viewed from North Frenchman Peak. John Platt Photo


Mountain Range: Sawtooth Range

First Ascent Information:

  • Other First Ascent: First Winter ascent
  • Year: 2016
  • Season: Winter
  • Party: John Platt and Dave Pahlas

Longitude: -114.77859   Latitude: 43.83659

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