Peak 9928 by Brett Sergenian

Elevation: 9,928 ft
Prominence: 788

Peak 9928. Brett Sergenian Photo

This peak is not in the book. Published June 2018 


Peak 9928 is the next high point south of Horton Peak in the southwestern White Clouds.

Approaching the summit on the south Ridge. Brett Sergenian Photo

Approaching the summit on the south Ridge. Brett Sergenian Photo

Access

Take Pole Creek Road [(A)(1) page 228] from either the north or south to the base of the peak’s long south ridge where an unmapped road will lead a short distance to the starting point shown below. Park here,

South Ridge, Class 2

From your parking spot at the base of the south ridge and head uphill to the northwest. Heading northeast will also gain the same ridge. Follow the ridge east to reach the south ridge and from there head uphill to a high point south of the peak. Drop down 100+ feet before heading uphill to the summit. The views of the White Clouds and nearby ranges are excellent. Peak 9928 can also be done from the west ridge or Horton Peak. The summit is 3.0 miles and 2,900 above the starting point.

Brett’s GPS track. 6.0 miles and 2,900 of gain round trip.

Brett’s GPS track. 6.0 miles and 2,900 of gain round trip.

USGS Horton Peak

Climber Trip Reports

Mountain Range: White Cloud Mountains

Longitude: -114.74671   Latitude: 43.95369

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