Idaho-Bitterroot Rocky Mountains
|Map of Idaho-Bitterroot Rocky Mountains|
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Major Peaks of the Idaho-Bitterroot Rocky Mountains
|Ten Highest Peaks|
|1.||Borah Peak||12,662||3859||Lost River-Lemhi Ranges|
|2.||Leatherman Peak||12,228||3727||Lost River-Lemhi Ranges|
|3.||Mount Church||12,200+||3719+||Lost River-Lemhi Ranges|
|4.||Diamond Peak||12,197||3718||Lost River-Lemhi Ranges|
|5.||Mount Breitenbach||12,140||3700||Lost River-Lemhi Ranges|
|6.||Lost River Mountain||12,078||3681||Lost River-Lemhi Ranges|
|7.||Mount Idaho||12,065||3677||Lost River-Lemhi Ranges|
|8.||Donaldson Peak||12,023||3665||Lost River-Lemhi Ranges|
|9.||Hyndman Peak||12,009||3660||Sawtooth-Ketchum-Boise Area|
|10.||USGS Peak||11,982||3652||Lost River-Lemhi Ranges|
|Sub-peaks are excluded from this list. List may not be complete, since only summits in the PBC Database are included.|
Photos of Peaks in the Idaho-Bitterroot Rocky Mountains
|Borah Peak: A view of the cleft forepeak along Borah's north ridge.|
|White Mountain West: The highest summit in the vast Salmon River Mountains, from South Twin Mountain.|
|Mount Regan: Picturesque Mount Regan rises above Sawtooth Lake.|
|Trapper Peak: Trapper Peak, Montana looks jagged from the valleys below, but the summit is a relatively gentle pyramid.|
|Trinity Mountain: Hiking the gated road to Trinity Mountain Lookout, visible ahead.|
|Bare Peak: The high wilderness of the Bitterroot Range with the start of fall colors.|
|Stripe Mountain: Stripe Mountain is a remote high summit in central Idaho, seen here rising above a bear grass meadow.|
|Illinois Peak: It is always nice to find a legible and well-preserved benchmark (trig point) on a summit.|
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