Williams Peak 7660

Elevation: 7,660 ft
Prominence: 760

Climbing and access information for this peak is on Page 86 of the book. Please note the revised elevation. Updated September 2018.


Williams Peak is the highest point in the Williams Range, which is a subrange of the Bitterrroot mountains. It is most often bagged by climbers on their way to Rhodes Peak. Access and route information for the Class 3 route to the summit of Williams Peak is found on the Rhodes Peak page. USGS Rhodes Peak

Getting close to Williams. Easier than it looks with just one class 3 move.

Getting close to Williams. Easier than it looks with just one class 3 move.

Williams Peak. Dan Robbins Photo

The Williams Peak summit block has a short Class 3 section. Dan Robbins Photo

Williams Peak from Shale Mountain. Dan Saxton Photo

Williams Peak from Shale Mountain. Dan Saxton Photo

 

Mountain Range: Bitterroot Mountains

Longitude: -114.79939   Latitude: 46.65609

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