Elevation: 9,854 ft
This peak is not in the book.
Rick Baugher provided the following information on this peak:
“Rising abruptly over 3,000 feet above the Pahsimeroi Valley, this limestone-bedrock summit showed no sign of prior visitation on this foggy day (6/1/99). Cut by Doublespring and Rock Spring Canyons, this Pahsimeroi Range summit is part of a 5-mile long ridge that culminates in Grouse Creek Mountain. It rises 950 feet above its ridgeline’s connecting saddle. Douglas fir and whitebark pine can be found high on the mountain’s dry forested slopes. Several interesting caves are tucked around the mountain’s base.”