Peak 9781 by Livingston Douglas

Elevation: 9,781 ft
Prominence: 486

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This peak is not in the book. Published November 2020

Peak 9781 is the final summit of a four-peak adventure that begins at Antelope Pass. This long ridge climb/traverse includes Peak 9579, Lupine Mountain (9,554 feet), Peak 9699, and Peak 9781. Do not attempt this ridge traverse on a windy day. USGS Copper Basin Knob

The summit cairn atop Peak 9699 with Peak 9781 in the background (mid-ground). Livingston Douglas Photo


Same as for Peak 9579. This is the final leg of a four-peak journey that begins at Antelope Pass.

South Ridge, Class 2

The Climb

From the 9,380-foot connecting saddle with Peak 9699, follow the ridge north using a 2-track road initially. The road ends in a pine forest. The road is weak and is only a grassy opening in most areas. Finish off Peak 9781 with a rocky scramble north to the top. The summit is a rocky ridge crest and has a decent summit cairn. This concludes the fourth and final leg of today’s 4-peak adventure. Unfortunately, you must now re-climb the first three peaks to return to Antelope Pass. Sorry.

The summit cairn atop Peak 9781, looking southwest. Livingston Douglas Photo

Looking south from the summit of Peak 9781. Peak 9699 is the hump in mid-ground. Livingston Douglas Photo

Additional Resources

Mountain Range: White Knob Mountains

Longitude: -113.75701   Latitude: 43.82439

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