Elevation: 9,435 ft
Climbing and access information for this peak is on Page 122 of the peak. Published June 2019
Shellrock Peak is a former lookout site on the Johnson Creek/Middle Fork Divide. This is a remote location which will take several hard hiking days to reach. USGS Shellrock Peak
Bing Young provided the following summary of the peak’s history as a lookout:
Shellrock Peak sits atop Brush Creek on the west side of the Middle Fork above the Flying B Ranch. Although there is a trail from the mouth of Brush Creek, access is better from the Payette National Forest. The peak sits on the boundary of the two Forests. Shellrock Peak has usually been manned by the Payette National Forest because the most important country seen from it was in that Forest, but it was also important to the Salmon National Forest for the country on the Middle Fork side of the lookout.
The lookout replaced Two Point Peak in the early 1930′ because of its superior visibility into the Payette National Forest. The Shellrock Lookout building, though abandoned for many years, is still standing (1982). It is one of the higher lookouts at 9,435 feet and is the one farthest west of the Forest. —Salmon National Forest Fire Lookouts by Bing Young 1982, Page 36