Not a huge deal here, but by this map
The true summit appears to actually not be on Philmont land and the true summit (mislabeled on the map) should be 11,741.
I don't know if this map is accurate. I don't have my Philmont map in front of me, but it is something to consider.
Mhmmm I see that. By my Philmont maps, Mount Phillips is inside of the boundary. I would imagine that it is accurate. I'll switch the elevation around. At any route, the summit is in the border so it should be open to everyone. Thanks for the catch!