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Testing - Testing - Testing

You can get a good look at Koch Mountain during a climb to Como Point (summit at upper left)


Situated on the north rim of the cirque containing the headwaters of Little Tin Cup Creek, this mountain sits on the east end of a high ridge. Because its eastern face widens quickly as it loses elevation, from the floor of the Bitterroot Valley it gives the mountain the appearance of a pyramid. Holding snow well into summer, if you know what you’re looking for, this peak is easily recognizable from many places in the Bitterroot Valley.

Little Tin Cup Point and Little Tin Cup Peak may be my most favorite highpoints in the Bitterroot Mountains. One reason is that almost no one has visited them, and I mean that literally, “no one.” In spite of the fact that they both have an elevation over 9,000’, few people (even climbers) seem to have noticed their existence. With a round trip manageable as a daytrip, I have to wonder what it is that has kept people from visiting these summits to enjoy the terrific views they offer of the surrounding peaks and the Bitterroot Valley far below.

Could it be the high canyon walls which protect the Little Tin Cup Cirque – Chaffin Canyon’s south rim and Tin Cup Canyon’s north rim – have kept it so free from human visitations? Both rims look formidable, but come on, we’re climbers after all. We’re supposed to like climbing.

Or maybe it’s the fact that the Little Tin Cup Cirque has no trail into its upper reaches. The tarn which is the headwaters of Little Tin Cup Creek has no man-made dam, so no trail was ever built.

I think both of those things – lack of trail and protection by high canyon walls – have certainly contributed equally to this area’s lack of visitors. Not on the beaten path, the area of the Little Tin Cup Cirque is “out-of-sight, out-of-mind” of those who pass along the trails in the canyons to the immediate north and south. And from the valley floor where the peaks of the Little Tin Cup are clearly visible to anyone who looks, people’s eyes are drawn to the more recognizable peaks with which most valley residence are familiar.

I know of only two people, other than those I have taken myself, who have visited the Little Tin Cup Cirque and it magnificent surrounding summits. I guess I’ll have mostly unknown area to myself for years to come. Too bad!

Gerda Koch


The Little Tin Cup Headwaters

High above and south of the Chaffin Creek Trail is hidden a small hanging valley. Home to the headwaters of Little Tin Cup Creak this valley has been visited by an extremely small number of people and with good reason. Besides being hidden from view and therefore from notice, it is quite difficult to reach.

The western end of this valley terminates at the base of Little Tin Cup Peak. Bordered on the north by shear cliffs and protected by trackless wilderness to the east, the most practical way to reach this beautiful place is from the Chaffin Creek Trail. Even then, a southern approach is problematic because of the many cliffs and gendarmes which lie between the trail and the hanging valley.

Fortunately there is one rather wide talus-filled gully which gives comparatively easy access, at least when judged against the other possibilities for admittance. It is the strenuous climb up this gully which allows access to two interesting yet easy-to-climb mountains – Little Tin Cup Point and Little Tin Cup Peak – both of which offer some of the most spectacular views one could hope for.

Covered with a mix of grasses and different types of heather growing under an open forest of Whitebark Pine and Alpine Larch, there may be no more wonderful place to camp anywhere in the Bitterroots. Small streams of melt-water, a small high-mountain tarn, and uncountable numbers of wildflowers only add to the beauty.

Because of its high elevation and orientation, this hanging valley holds snow well into the climbing season, often past the last days of July. That, plus the existence of a more-than-adequate number of mosquitoes certainly shorten the period of time when camping here can realistically be enjoyed.

And there is one other thing. The number of people willing and able to climb to this hanging valley carrying a backpack full of camping equipment can probably be counted on one hand. But if you’re one of those people, what a wonderful place to establish a base-camp during late summer or early fall (after mosquito season) for a multi-day climbing adventure.



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Image Mapping Test

The bottom left corner of the screen gives the coordinates when the mouse is moved over the following picture. Those coordinates can then be used to code a picture which shows peak names on mouse-over.

A nice panorama of the Heavenly Twins




This picture is coded to show peak names on mouse-over.

A nice panorama of the Heavenly Twins taken by thephotohiker from Point 8608.
Left to Right; North Twin, South Twin, Disappointment Peak, and in the background, Saint Joseph Peak


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Looking west at of a few of the Bitterroot Mountains (from Hamilton, MT to Victor, MT) - best viewed in original size





Looking west at of a few of the Bitterroot Mountains (from Hamilton, MT to Victor, MT) - best viewed in original size

Glacier List

Glacier National Park - 9,000' Peaks (400' of Prominence)



Rank Summit Name Elevation Latitude Longitude UTM Zone East UTM North UTM
1 Mount Cleveland 10,466' 48.92492 N 113.84723 W 12 02 91 438 54 22 794
2 Mount Stimson 10,142' 48.51430 N 113.60941 W 12 03 07 289 53 76 526
3 Kintla Peak 10,101' 48.94386 N 114.17046 W 11 07 07 196 54 24 857
4 Mount Jackson 10,052' 48.60060 N 113.72091 W 12 02 99 400 53 86 415
5 Mount Siyeh 10,014' 48.72864 N 113.64906 W 12 03 05 195 54 00 459
6 Mount Merritt 10,004' 48.87026 N 113.78559 W 12 02 95 732 54 16 559
7 Kaiser Point 9,996' 48.93209 N 113.83264 W 12 02 92 537 54 23 557
8 Kinnerly Peak 9,944' 48.95617 N 114.16454 W 11 07 07 577 54 26 243
9 Rainbow Peak 9,891' 48.87874 N 114.09639 W 11 07 12 885 54 17 814
10 Mount Carter 9,843' 48.89204 N 114.07679 W 11 07 14 267 54 19 349
11 Long Knife Peak 9,784' 48.99816 N 114.21053 W 11 07 04 034 54 30 786
12 Going-To-The-Sun Mountain 9,642' 48.69045 N 113.63583 W 12 03 06 023 53 96 173
13 Vulture Peak 9,638' 48.83721 N 114.02301 W 11 07 18 450 54 13 423
14 Blackfoot Mountain 9,574' 48.58186 N 113.66762 W 12 03 03 267 53 84 191
15 Ipasha Peak 9,572' 48.85157 N 113.78590 W 12 02 95 633 54 14 480
16 Mount Gould 9,553' 48.74262 N 113.71410 W 12 03 00 465 54 02 184
17 Little Chief Mountain 9,541' 48.64430 N 113.59459 W 12 03 08 882 53 90 949
18 Rising Wolf Mountain 9,513' 48.49611 N 113.41501 W 12 03 21 588 53 74 045
19 Mount Phillips 9,494' 48.47756 N 113.52429 W 12 03 13 445 53 72 237
20 Kaina Mountain 9,489' 48.95395 N 113.79778 W 12 02 95 187 54 25 894
21 Natoas Peak 9,476' 48.87491 N 113.76195 W 12 02 97 462 54 17 009
22 Point 9448 9,448' 48.87847 N 113.77199 W 12 02 96 762 54 17 426
23 Point 9430 - West 9,430' 48.92500 N 114.19983 W 11 07 03 560 54 23 315
Point 9430 - East 9,430' 48.93119 N 114.22075 W 11 07 05 129 54 22 683
25 Chapman Peak 9,406' 48.96280 N 114.02298 W 11 07 17 908 54 27 371
26 Vulture Peak -South (Point 9390) 9,390' 48.82145 N 114.02989 W 11 07 18 013 54 11 646
27 Red Mountain 9,377' 48.53560 N 113.42325 W 12 03 21 096 53 78 434
28 Mount Saint Nicholas 9,376' 48.39151 N 113.54951 W 12 03 11 248 53 62 729
Allen Mountain 9,376' 48.75796 N 113.65649 W 12 03 04 758 54 03 728
30 Mount James 9,375' 48.58434 N 113.49161 W 12 03 16 274 53 83 984
31 Matahpi Peak 9,365' 48.70650 N 113.63829 W 12 03 05 914 53 97 968
32 Stoney Indian Peak - South 9,350' 48.89821 N 113.85741 W 12 02 90 580 54 19 853
33 The Guardhouse 9,336' 48.91586 N 114.01583 W 11 07 18 636 54 22 173
34 Mount Wilbur 9,321' 48.80569 N 113.73850 W 12 02 98 924 54 09 253
35 Mount Pinchot 9,310' 48.49550 N 113.59428 W 12 03 08 335 53 74 405
36 Mount Rockwell 9,272' 48.44333 N 113.45029 W 12 03 18 802 53 68 257
37 Gable Mountain 9,262' 48.90594 N 113.67303 W 12 03 04 126 54 20 228
38 Gunsight Mountain 9,258' 48.61479 N 113.76733 W 12 02 96 049 53 88 110
39 Mount Logan 9,239' 48.60060 N 113.64111 W 12 03 05 290 53 86 202
40 Flinsch Peak 9,225' 48.49842 N 113.46524 W 12 03 17 885 53 74 418
41 Piegan Mountain 9,220' 48.71030 N 113.68837 W 12 03 02 231 53 98 519
42 Mount Peabody 9,216' 48.92982 N 114.13982 W 11 07 09 496 54 23 387
43 Pollock Mountain 9,190' 48.71637 N 113.70189 W 12 03 01 262 53 99 229
44 Rain Shadow Peak (Point 9167) 9,167' 48.94277 N 113.83042 W 12 02 92 736 54 24 742
45 Point 9162 9,162' 48.90997 N 113.66332 W 12 03 04 845 54 20 648
46 Iceberg Peak 9,146' 48.81445 N 113.75905 W 12 02 97 453 54 10 281
47 Eaglehead Mountain 9,140' 48.47342 N 113.60441 W 12 03 07 506 53 71 977
48 Porcupine Ridge High Point 9,128' 48.92023 N 113.98219 W 12 02 81 531 54 22 647
49 Bishops Cap 9,127' 48.72475 N 113.70871 W 12 03 00 788 54 00 183
50 Reynolds Mountain 9,125' 48.67164 N 113.72289 W 12 02 99 535 53 94 311
Point 9125 9,125' 48.93349 N 114.02382 W 11 07 17 970 54 24 111
52 Lithoid Cusp (Point 9100) 9,100' 48.86201 N 113.78799 W 12 02 95 528 54 15 645
53 Chief Mountain 9,080' 48.93272 N 113.60891 W 12 03 08 927 54 23 041
54 Edwards Mountain 9,072' 48.62258 N 113.78663 W 12 02 94 650 53 89 034
55 Apikuni Mountain 9,068' 48.83615 N 113.65339 W 12 03 05 292 54 12 424
56 Grizzly Mountain 9,067' 48.41837 N 113.40079 W 12 03 22 355 53 65 377
57 Cathedral Peak 9,041' 48.86914 N 113.86518 W 12 02 89 893 54 16 648
58 Parke Peak 9,038' 48.94539 N 114.23866 W 11 07 02 191 54 24 846
59 Citadel Mountain 9,030' 48.63194 N 113.65392 W 12 03 04 474 53 89 714
60 Point 9010 9,010' 48.49911 N 113.56917 W 12 03 10 205 53 74 749
61 Numa Peak 9,003' 48.90348 N 114.16027 W 11 07 08 106 54 20 392


Bitterroot Drainage Table

Major Drainage Peak Elevation
Lolo Creek Lolo Peaks 9,139'
Mormon Creek Lolo Peaks 9,139'
One Horse Peak 8,605'
Carlton Creek Lolo Peaks 9,139'
One Horse Peak 8,605'
One Horse Creek Sweeney Peak 9,161'
Lolo Peaks 9,139'
One Horse Peak 8,605'
Sweeney Creek St Joseph Peak 9,587'
Sweeney Peak 9,161'
Little St Joe 9,033'
Bass Lake Peak 9,003'
Pyramid Buttes 9,869'
Bass Creek St Joseph Peak 9,587'
Little St Joe 9,033'
Bass Lake Peak 9,003'
Bass Peak 8,855'
Bass Lake West 8,687'
Bass Lake South 8,533'
Lappi Peak 8,524'
Bass Creek Crags 8,411'
Kootenai Creek St Mary Peak 9,351'
Heavenly Twins 9,282'
Bass Lake Peak 9,003'
Bass Peak 8,855'
Bass Lake West 8,687'
South Kootenai Lake - S 8,535'
Bass Lake South 8,533'
Lappi Peak 8,524'
Bass Creek Crags 8,411'
Big Creek Heavenly Twins 9,282'
Disappointment Peak 8,865'
Ranger Peak 8,817'
Stormy Pass Peak - NE 8,702'
Hidden Lake Peak 8,616'
Glen Lake Peak - NE 8,605'
Big Creek Lake Peak - W 8,570'
Sweathouse Creek (high) Gash Point 8,886'
Bear Lake Peak - N 8,839'
Hidden Lake Peak 8,616'
Glen Lake Peak - NE 8,605'
Bear Creek Bear Lake Peak - N 8,839'
Sky Pilot 8,792'
Two Lakes Peak - W 8,628'
Totem Peak 8,521'
Fred Burr Creek West Sheafman Peak 8,652'
East Sheafman Peak 8,650'
Totem Peak 8,521'
Sheafman Creek (high) Castle Crag 8,984'
West Sheafman Peak 8,652'
East Sheafman Peak 8,650'
Mill Creek Hauf Lake Peak - E 8,807'
Printz Ridge - West Highpoint 8,663'
Mill Point - West 8,650'
Sears Lake Peak - SE 8,587'
Mill Point 8,467'
Blodgett Creek Hauf Lake Peak - E 8,807'
Lake Lomo Peak - W 8,774'
High Lake Peak - S 8,717'
Printz Ridge - West Highpoint 8,663'
Mill Point - West 8,650'
Blodgett Mountain 8,647'
Sears Lake Peak - SE 8,587'
Mill Point 8,467'
Shattuck Mountain 8,458'
Canyon Creek (high) Canyon Peak 9,155'
Canyon Peak - North 9,042'
Downing Mountain 8,690'
Romney Ridge Highpoint 8,685'
West Downing Mountain 8,573'
Sawtooth Creek Lake Lomo Peak - W 8,774'
High Lake Peak - S 8,717'
Downing Mountain 8,690'
West Downing Mountain 8,573'
Ingomar Lake Peak - W 8,505'
Roaring Lion Creek Ward Mountain 9,119'
Ward Mountain - West 8,874'
Camas Creek (high) Ward Mountain 9,119'
West Camas Peak 8,934'
Camas Peak 8,905'
Ward Mountain - West 8,874'
Kidney Lake Peak - W 8,766'
Lost Horse Creek North Lost Horse Creek - North Ridge 9,018'
West Camas Peak 8,934'
Camas Peak 8,905'
North Lost Horse Peak 8,528'
Brandy Peak 7,478'
South Lost Horse Creek Whites Mountain 9,162'
Whites Mountain - East 9,095'
Koch Mountain 9,072'
Lookout Lake Peak - E 8,740'
Brandy Peak 7,478'
Rock Creek Whites Mountain 9,162'
Whites Mountain - East 9,095'
Koch Mountain 9,072'
Lookout Lake Peak - E 8,740'
Big Grizzly Peak 8,601'
Little Rock Creek El Capitan 9,983'
Como Peak - West 9,624'
Como Peak - Middle 9,530'
Como Peak - East 9,485'
Lonesome Bachelor 9,185'
Little Rock Creek Lake Peak - W 8,712'
Como Peak - Far East 8,517'
Tin Cup Creek El Capitan 9,983'
Como Peak - West 9,624'
Como Peak - Middle 9,530'
Como Peak - East 9,485'
Lonesome Bachelor 9,185'
Tripple Creek Peak 8,785'
Capitan Creek - South 8,636'
El Capitan - South 8,605'
Tin Cup Pass Peak - NE 8,570'
Como Peak - Far East 8,517'
Little Tin Cup Creek (high) Little Tin Cup Peak 9,617'
Little Tin Cup Peak - North 9,265'
Chaffin Creek The Shard 9,883'
Little Tin Cup Peak 9,617'
Sugarloaf Peak 9,586'
Chaffin Peak - South 9,486'
Chaffin Peak - West 9,340'
Little Tin Cup Peak - North 9,265'
Chaffin Peak - North 9,238'
Sugarloaf Peak - East 8,820'
North Fork Trapper Creek Sugarloaf Peak 9,586'
Sugarloaf Peak - East 8,820'
Trapper Creek Trapper Peak 10,157'
North Trapper Peak 9,801'
Boulder Creek Trapper Peak 10,157'
Boulder Peak 9,804'
West Trapper Peak 9,772'
Mink Peak 9,363'
Boulder Peak - West 9,334'
Boulder Creek Peak - East 9,184'
Boulder Peak - North 9,125'
Boulder Creek Peak - West 9,019'
Boulder Lake Peak - NW 8,832'
Nelson Creek (high) Boulder Peak 9,804'
Bare Peak - East 9,459'
Bare Peak - North 9,439'
Boulder Peak - West 9,334'
Soda Springs Creek Bare Peak - East 9,459'
Bare Peak - North 9,439'
Soda Springs Lake Peak - South 8,787'
Soda Springs Peak - South 8,740'
Little West Fork Creek Mount Jerusalem 9,355'
Mount Jerusalem - North 9,169'
Soda Springs Lake Peak - South 8,787'
Soda Springs Peak - South 8,740'
Watchtower Creek Mount Jerusalem 9,355'
Mount Jerusalem - North 9,169'
Watchtower Peak 8,780'

Setting Up Tables

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An MRH Table


Patrick Butte



Bear Pete Mountain



Bruin Mountain south



Granite Mountain


Grass Mountain pt. 8,180


Grass Mountain pt. 8,156

PeakElevationProminenceLat./long.
Patrick Butte 8,8412,88145.3177N 116.2071W
Bruin Mountain (north) 8,7671,62745.1760N 116.1189W
Bear Pete Mountain8,7522,31245.276N 115.9789
Hard Butte8,6591,03945.2605N 116.2090W
Bruin Mountain (south) 8,60738745.1640N 116.1256W
Peak (west of Black Tip) 8,5001,04045.1530N 116.0807W
Granite Mountain8,4781,71345.0935N 116.2064W
Peak (Mac Han Lake)8,42080045.1788N 116.0885W
Peak (Bear Pete Lake)8,37551545.2944N 115.9695W
Peak (Bear Pete Ridge south)8,34952945.2404N 115.9720W
Peak (south of Black Tip)8,34032045.1449N 116.0740W
Lava Butte8,32874845.2861N 116.1227W
Black Tip8,29223245.1551N 116.0745W
Squaw Point8,28638645.2177N 115.9706W
Peak (French/Little French divide)8,26836845.1982N 116.6644W
Sams Throne8,28362345.2986N 116.1243W
Peak (Hidden Lake)8,25651645.1378N 116.1357W
Peak Lake/Partridge divide)8,25339345.3060N 116.2157W
Hershey Point8,23239245.3123N 116.1226W
Slab Butte8,22576545.0923N 116.1404W
Grass Mountain point8,1801,30045.1535N 116.2008W
Grass Mountain point8,15633645.1636N 116.1956W
Peak (Bear Pete Ridge north)8,15637645.3266N 115.9777W
Grass Mountain point8,12630645.1780N 116.1867W
Peak (Piper Lake)8,10152145.3036N 116.2478W
Peak (Hard Creek Lake north)8,03949945.1779N 116.1462W
Peak (French/N. Fk. Payette divide)8,02848845.1792N 116.0424W

Bruin Mountain north



Hard Butte



Peak 8,500 (Black Tip Mt.)



Peak 8,420 (MacHan Lake)



Sams Throne/ Lava Butte



Slab Butte


Pictures in Forums

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Sliding Panorama

A few of the Bitterroot Mountains

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Table by Super Dave

Peaks of the Bighorn Crags
Rank Name¹ Elevation²
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Lat/Lon³
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1 MOUNT MCGUIRE 10082 45.1741°N, 114.6011°W
2AGGIPAH MOUNTAIN992045.1537°N, 114.6370°W
3Sheepeater Mountain992045.1482°N, 114.6104°W
4Bighorn Peak9821 45.1428°N, 114.6012°W
5McGuire East980045.1669°N, 114.5884°W
6Peak 9743974345.1447°N, 114.6248°W
7Knuckle Peak970045.1465°N, 114.5855°W
8PUDDIN MOUNTAIN968445.1122°N, 114.6279°W
9Welcome Lake Peak967645.1251°N, 114.5998°W
10Skyhigh Lake Peak964445.1216°N, 114.6164°W
11BEEHIVE961045.2208°N, 114.5501°W
12GOAT MOUNTAIN960745.2133°N, 114.6129°W
13Heart Peak957345.1334°N, 114.6004°W
14Peak 9560956045.1471°N, 114.5713°W
15Reflection Lake Peak954545.1033°N, 114.6159°W
16WILSON MOUNTAIN952045.0879°N, 114.6240°W
17Beehive SE949945.2084°N, 114.5364°W
18Parrot Creek Peak948045.2084°N, 114.5364°W
19Ramskull Peak946045.1393°N, 114.5892°W
20The Rusty Nail940045.1458°N, 114.5840°W
21Pinnacle #3936045.1454°N, 114.5815°W
22Ship Island North932745.1782°N, 114.6258°W
23McGuire North932045.1915°N, 114.5884°W
24DOME MOUNTAIN931645.2338°N, 114.5213°W
25Pinnacle #4924045.1444°N, 114.5801°W
26CATHEDRAL ROCK920045.1351°N, 114.5460°W
27Litner East908045.1809°N, 114.6312°W
28Trailhead Peak904645.1085°N, 114.5310°W
29Roaring Creek Peak898245.1085°N, 114.5310°W
30The Chisel892045.1704°N, 114.6410°W
31Litner Peak883745.1853°N, 114.6458°W
32Alpine Creek Peak881445.0663°N, 114.6148°W
33West Puddin850045.0663°N, 114.6148°W
34HORSE HEAVEN808645.2629°N, 114.5458°W
35South Fork Peak726945.2629°N, 114.5458°W
36SAGEBRUSH MOUNTAIN714745.2704°N, 114.4449°W
37Mile Ten Peak554845.2704°N, 114.4449°W
  1. Officially named peaks are listed in BOLD ALL CAPS. These are recognized by the USGS Board on Geographic Names. Unofficially named peaks are listed in Standard Font. These don't carry the "official" title, but the names are widely used and accepted. The remaining peak names are shown in italics. These are just placeholder titles based on other nearby geographical features.
  2. The elevation is linked to a photograph (were available).
  3. Lat/Lon coordinates are linked to a topozone map of the peak's location.

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