South Raker

Elevation: 9,880 ft
Prominence: 160

Climbing and access information for this peak is found on page 204.


The South Raker is not as difficult to climb as the North Raker but nonetheless is a mighty prize always waiting in its magnificent isolation for a dedicated climber.

Ray Brooks Access Article.

The south Raker. Ray Brooks Photo

The south Raker. Ray Brooks Photo

North side of North Raker 9,970' on right, what everyone but the USGS map calls the South Raker 9,836' at left.. The USGS map shows a 9558' bump a 1/4 mile away as the South Raker. Ray Brooks Photo

North side of North Raker 9,970′ on right, what everyone but the USGS map calls the South Raker 9,836′ at left.. The USGS map shows a 9558′ bump a 1/4 mile away as the South Raker. Ray Brooks Photo

 

Climber Trip Reports

Mountain Range: Sawtooth Range

First Ascent Information:

  • First Ascent Year: 1934
  • Season: Summer
  • Route: Climbed from the saddle between the North and South Rakers.
  • Party: Robert and Merriam Underhill.

Longitude: -115.10201   Latitude: 43.98739

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