* Peaks listed in Elevation order; highest to lowest
|Photo||Peak Name||Mountain Range||Elevation||Prominence||Year||Description|
|Granite Mountain 8479||Western Salmon River Mountains||8,479 ft||1990||Hiking information for this peak is found on page 111.
Granite Peak is the highest point ... read more
|Peak 8180 (Grass Mountains High Point)||Western Salmon River Mountains||8,180 ft||2016||Climbing and access information for this peak is found on page 111. The book has the wrong elevation. The ... read more|
|Peak 8156 (Grassy Twin Peak)||Western Salmon River Mountains||8,156 ft||336||2016||This peak is not in the book.
This attractive Payette National Forest peak sits directly ... read more
|Hard Peak||Western Salmon River Mountains||8,126 ft||2016||This peak is not in the book.
Hard Peak (called Hard BM on the Lists of John website) is ... read more
|Peak 8124 (Serene Peak)||Western Salmon River Mountains||8,124 ft||2016||This peak is not in the book.
I recommend climbing this peak from read more
|Peak 8071||Western Salmon River Mountains||8,071 ft||2016||This peak is not in the book.
This peak, which has slightly less than 300 feet of promin ... read more
|Bally Mountain||Western Salmon River Mountains||6,818 ft||1198||This peak is not in the book.
This former fire lookout site is a worthwhile objective wi ... read more
|Grass Mountains||Western Salmon River Mountains||0 ft||The Grass Mountains Range is located northeast of New Meadows and east of US-93 in the Payette National Forest ... read more|