East Face of North Raker. Ray Brooks PhotoPeak 11967 and Idaho from White Cap Mountain.Two climbers descending the lower face. There a number of cliffs to skirt around on this route and enough lose rock to trip any climber up.Sheep Lake from the He Devil/She Devil Col.In the picture across the lake, Pk. 9,334 is on the right.  The route follows the left skyline over Pt. 8,960+.  Judi Steciak Photo

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PhotoPeak NameMountain RangeElevationProminenceYearDescription
Van Horn Peak by Livingston DouglasEastern Salmon River Mountains9,616 ft836Climbing and access information for this peak is on Page 134 of the book. Updated November 2019 read more
Victor PeakWestern Salmon River Mountains8,718 ft458Climbing and access information for this peak is on Page 112 of the book. Published February 2020 ... read more
Vienna BenchmarkSawtooth Range10,224 ft17641994Climbing and access information for this peak is on Page 202 of the book as "Vienna Peak."
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Vue Benchmark (summit is just left of center) viewed from the south. The Southeast Ridge goes from the lower right of the photo up to the summit, with the “dozer line” visible. Livingston Douglas Photo Vue Benchmark by Livingston DouglasPioneer Mountains8,468 ft1488This peak is not in the book. Published December 2019
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