* Peaks listed in Elevation order; highest to lowest
|Photo||Peak Name||Mountain Range||Elevation||Prominence||Year||Description|
|Scotchman Peak||Cabinet Mountains||7,009 ft||4669||1984||This peak is found on page 53. A P2K summit.
The fifth most prominent peak in Idaho with ... read more
|Mount Pend Oreille||Cabinet Mountains||6,755 ft||1984||This peak is found on page 52.
This peak offers a great view point after a short hike fr ... read more
|Clifty Mountain||Cabinet Mountains||6,705 ft||2165||Clifty Mountain is found on page 51. A P2K summit.
This peak, which has 2,165 feet of pr ... read more
|Peak 6632||Cabinet Mountains||6,632 ft||1984||This peak is not listed in the book. It sits between Mount Pend Oreille and Lunch Peak.
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|Lunch Peak||Cabinet Mountains||6,414 ft||1984||This peak is found on page 52.
Lunch Peak is reached by road. You can drive to the top b ... read more
|Goat Mountain||Cabinet Mountains||6,390 ft||1984||This peak is found on page 53.
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|Peak 6357||Cabinet Mountains||6,357 ft||This peak is not in the book.
This peak sits south of read more
|Trestle Peak||Cabinet Mountains||6,320 ft||1984||This peak is discussed on page 52.
Trestle Peak is the northern anchor of a ridge line t ... read more
|Queen Mountain||Cabinet Mountains||6,112 ft||3252||Climbing information for Queen Mountain, a p2k summit, is found on page 50.
Queen Mounta ... read more
|CABINET MOUNTAINS||Cabinet Mountains||0 ft||The Cabinet Mountains share many similarities with the Purcell and Selkirk Mountains. The range's foundation i ... read more|