The Lemhi Range runs slightly northwest to southeast with the highest summits located in the southern end of the range. All nine 11000' summits occupy the south end of the Lem's.
All these summits are Class 2 & 3 with the exception of The Riddler which is a Class 4.
Big Creek Peak and Flatiron Mountain are Class 2 efforts from the west while the Lopez guide book spells out the Class 3 routes.
Big Creek Peak & Flatiron Mountain
The ubiquitous USGS surveyor T.M. Bannon claimed a couple of these summits as early as 1913,
while other peaks did not see first ascents until the early 1990's.
Peaks with an * are unofficial names, although the Idaho climbing community gives them full acknowledgement.
|2||The Riddler *||11598'||4|
|3||Big Boy Peak *||11402'||3|
|4||Big Creek Peak||11350'||2|
|5||Little Diamond Peak *||11272'||3|
|6||Shoshone John Peak *||11212'||3|
|7||Nicholson Peak *||11051'||3|
|9||The Brow *||11005'||3|
photo credits: brendon
Each 11000' peak can be found in Idaho A Climbing Guide
by Tom Lopez.
Flatiron Mountain Big Creek Peak
You can also find additional photos and short paragraphs on some of these peaks at Climbing Idaho.
Shoshone John Peak
For those who live outside the intermountain west, you receive extra credit if you can name
the one 12000' summit in the Lemhi's.
photo credit: CEHogge