Elevation: 9,631 ft
This peak is not in the book.
Peanut Peak is best climbed via its Class 2 Southwest Ridge, which is accessed from Hyndman Creek Trail [(B)(2)(b) on Page 259]. I climbed the peak from the northeast while on a backcountry patrol for the Forest Service in 1978. The Southwest Ridge is by far the shortest route. The view to the main Pioneer Mountains Crest is more than worth the effort. I am not sure where the name “Peanut Peak” originated. USGS Hyndman Peak