Elevation: 6,623 ft
This peak is not in the book. Also see the Owyhee Mountains Peaks List for all of the peaks in this range.
Toy Mountain is an intriguing summit located east of Toy Pass [A](3) on Pages 346-347]. It is the third summit with prominence located east of the pass. The other two summits are Peak 6302 and Peak 6497. Toy Mountain is the highest point in the Owyhee Mountains between the Silver City Range peaks and the Rough Mountain group of peaks farther east. The name Toy Mountain extends along a ridgeline that runs mostly north to south. The Alder Benchmark is the highest point on the ridge. USGS Triangle Reservoir
The peak is seldom visited by hikers but is well known to cows and their owners. A 4WD road traverses the south side of the ridgeline from Toy Pass and continues well past Toy Mountain. Take this road for 5.5 miles to the south side of Toy Mountain and then contour north along the side of the peak’s lower south summit to the higher north summit. Class 2.
The directions in the book [A](3)] will get you to Toy Pass, but I recommend using Google Maps as a more efficient method of navigation. The Triangle Road is a wide, well-graded (albeit steep) road suitable for passenger cars when it is dry. The 4WD road is a 4WD road, passable to high-clearance vehicles only to the base of Peak 6302. The road would be a great ride on a mountain bike.