South Ridge

Page Type Page Type: Route
Location Lat/Lon: 44.06500°N / 113.673°W
Additional Information Route Type: Scramble
Additional Information Time Required: A long day
Additional Information Difficulty: Class III
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The peak is accessed from Pete Creek.

Directions to Pete Creek
Take US 93 8.4 Miles north of Mackay
Take a right and follow the road till you cross a canal
Be looking for a road to your left that will head you back towards
Pete Creek

Avoid the drainage directly below Lost River Peak

Route Description

The South Ridge Route ascends directly up Pete Creek to about 9400 feet where you will begin your ascent on the scree. This is a different type of scree than most peaks (Harder packed)

Follow the basin due north towards the first false summit. After you clear the outcroppings your best bet is to head NE towards the saddle at 11,400.

From there you can gain access to the ridge and follow it back to the true summit that is tucked in behind the other small peaks.

Roundtrip it is about 7 miles and you will ascend about 4,500 vertical feet

Essential Gear

They will save you for this particular peak, due to the nature of the rock and all of the stream crossings you will encounter.

Miscellaneous Info

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