Wallowa Mountains

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Wallowa Mountains

Criteria:


>= to 8,600 and named
or
>= 8,600 feet and >= 300 feet of prominence


Each entry includes:


*Name - with rank
*Elevation
*Prominence
*Location
*Photos

There are many worthwhile peaks below 8,600 feet that are not included, but the list had to be broken off somewhere. Elevations may vary slightly from other sources for a variety of reason. Primarily if no stated elevation can be found, the value halfway between the highest elevational line and the next line that would be above it is used as an estimate. This list is similar to the one on the Wallowa Mountains area page, but was created to include the same information with many more photos made available.

If you have a good photo of a mountain on this list, especially if the mountain is lacking a photo, please call it to my attention and I will be happy to add it.


The List


Sacajawea Peak - 1
9,838 - elevation
6,388 - prominence
45.245N -117.293W




Matterhorn - 2
9,826
306
45.228N -117.299W




Hurwall Divide - 3
9,776
876
45.260N -117.265W




Aneroid Mountain - 4
9,702
2,122
45.203N -117.175W




Petes Point - 5
9,675
1,255
45.190N -117.221W




Twin Peaks - 6
9,673
1,973
45.304N -117.345W




Hurricane Divide north - 7
9,620
480
45.280N -117.341W




Chief Joseph Mountain - 8
9,617
797
45.286N -117.262W




Eagle Cap - 9
9,572
1,232
45.164N -117.246




Red Mountain - 10
9,555
1,970
45.065N -117.246W




Cusick Mountain - 11
9,518
898
45.138N -117.246W




Hurwal Divide south - 12
9,509
409
45.240N -117.273W




Glacier Peak - 13
9,495
315
45.155N -117.294W




Hidden Peak - 14
9,460
640
45.226N -117.172W




Sentinel Peak - 15
9,401
501
45.164N -117.226W




Polaris Point - 16
9,395
495
45.178N -117.224W




Hurricane Divide south - 17
9,386
886
45.219N -117
Looking up at the southern...




East Peak - 18
9,380
400
45.237N -117.177W




North Imnaha - 19
9,340
280
45.153N -117.237W




Peak (S of Ice Lk) - 20
9,314
374
45.217N -117.271W



Elkhorn Mountain - 21
9,233
1,860
45.222N -117.395W
Morning light on the ridge...




Craig Mountain - 22
9,204
504
45.222N -117.263W




Mount Bonneville (W Fk/E Fk Wallowa divide) - T23
9,180
520
45.216N -117.212W




Peak (Mid Fk Imnaha) - T23
9,180
360
45.149N -117.230W




Sawtooth Peak - 25
9,174
159
45.320N -117.345W




Glacier Mountain - 26
9,169
933
45.189N -117.381W
Hmmmm....can you guess which...




Peak (Mount Melissa/McCully/ Little Sheep divide) - 27
9,128
548
45.219N -117.135W




Dollar Ridge (Erics Peak) - 28
9,100
600
45.185N -117.187W




Traverse Ridge - 29
9,085
505
45.338N -117.637W
Traverse Ridge




Krag Peak - 30
9,048
1,280
45.065N -117.289W




Peak (Glacier Pass) - 31
9,020
480
45.1716 -117.2791
Moccasin Lake and an unnamed...




Needle Point - 32
9,018
1,478
45.128N -117.353W




Peak (S Fk Imnaha/Cliff Ck divide) - 33
8,993
493
45.099N -117.261W



Horn - 34
8,949
1,249
45.120N -117.429W



Brown Mountain - 35
8,944
244
45.180N -117.370W
Hmmmm....can you guess which...




Peak (head of Copper Ck) - 36
8,940
500
45.107N -117.425W



Peak (between Echo/Tombstone Lks) - 37
8,934
794
45.127N -117.463W



Peak (Eagle Lk cirque) - 38
8,924
484
45.128N -117.329W



Marble Mountain - 39
8,921
701
45.118N -117.193W
Marble Mountain from the...




Peak (west of Horton Pass) - 40
8,910
450
45.174N -117.330W



Ruby Peak - 41
8,884
664
45.353N -117.355W




Peak (Granite Gulch/Copper divide) - 42
8,861
561
45.195N -117.411W



Peak (SW Blue LK) - 43
8,839
539
45.162N -117.369W



Lookout Mountain - 44
8,831
1,011
45.292N -117.444W



Peak (Cheval Lk headwall) - T45
8,820
520
45.204N -117.440W



Sturgil Ridge highpoint - T45
8,820
520
45.219N -117.444W



Peak (Granite Gulch/Elkhorn Ck divide) - 47
8,787
587
45.207N -117.421W



Bear Lake cirque - 48
8,721
501
45.105N -117.334W



Maxwell Lake points - 49
8,684
424
45.261N -117.410W
taken from Brownie Basin...




Granite Butte - 50
8,679
699
45.135N -117.500W



Peak (Culver Lake cirque) - 51
8,676
736
45.086N -117.349W



Peak (N of Chimney Lk) - 52
8,675
624
45.297N -117.427W



China Cap - 53
8,656
596
45.156N -117.510W




Cornucopia Peak - 54
8,643
423
45.020N -117.239W



Peak (Granite Ck/Lostine divide) - 55
8,627
567
45.337N -117.449W



Jackson Peak - 56
8,602
302
45.127N -117.282W







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