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Younts Peak
The highest thing in the Teton Wilderness, and, if it weren't for nearby Wall Mountain, probably the most stunning thing there as well. The route up involves a traverse across the enormous snowfield in the lower left, but hikers have worn a decent trail to the summit after that. 12 August 2009

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Bob SihlerAwesome

Bob Sihler

Voted 10/10

I'm jealous you were here! This peak is a dream of mine since it's by some accounts the most remote peak in the Lower 48 and in my favorite range to boot!
Posted Oct 19, 2009 8:18 pm

magicdufflepudRe: Awesome

magicdufflepud

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Thanks! You were right about the area -- once you get past the pack trains, this is one lonesome place. Strangely, though, we ran into a couple other guys (and two grizzlies) on the summit. They seemed just as surprised as we were to find anyone out there! If I get the chance, I'll put up a page on this peak; it's a great one.
Posted Oct 25, 2009 1:34 pm

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magicdufflepudSubmitted by magicdufflepud
on Aug 25, 2009 9:19 pm

Image ID: 545101
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Lat/Lon: 43.96748°N / 109.84418°E
Object Title: Younts Peak

Image Type(s): Hiking