Grass Mountains

* Peaks listed in Elevation order; highest to lowest
PhotoPeak NameMountain RangeElevationProminenceYearDescription
Granite Mountain 8479Western Salmon River Mountains8,479 ft1990Hiking 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 Mountains8,180 ft2016This peak is not in the book.
Grass Mountains High Point (Peak 8180) is the highest poin ... read more
Peak 8156 (Grassy Twin Peak)Western Salmon River Mountains8,156 ft3362016This peak is not in the book.
This attractive Payette National Forest peak sits directly ... read more
Hard PeakWestern Salmon River Mountains8,126 ft2016This 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 Mountains8,124 ft2016This peak is not in the book.
I recommend climbing this peak fromĀ read more
Peak 8071Western Salmon River Mountains8,071 ft2016This peak is not in the book.
This peak, which has slightly less than 300 feet of promin ... read more
Bally Mountain. John Platt Photo Bally MountainWestern Salmon River Mountains6,818 ft1198This peak is not in the book.
This former fire lookout site is a worthwhile objective wi ... read more
Grass MountainsWestern Salmon River Mountains0 ftThe Grass Mountains Range is located northeast of New Meadows and east of US-93 in the Payette National Forest ... read more