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IDAHO: A Climbing Guide | Mountaineering in Idaho ↓ IDAHO: A Climbing Guide Home Menu ↓ Skip to primary content Skip to secondary content HOME MT. RANGES PEAK INDEX FAVORITE CLIMBS CLIMBING HISTORY More ↓ MOUNT BORAH THE 12ers PEAK LISTS CONTRIBUTORS ABOUT TOM Welcome Idaho: A Climbing Guide, by Tom Lopez. The purpose of the site is to provide Idaho mountain climbers, scramblers and peak baggers with source information for climbs throughout Idaho. The site includes basic information, updates on information in the book, new routes, photos, maps and information provided by other Idaho climbers. There are hundreds of routes and peaks included on the site that are not found in the book as well as updated access information and thousands of photos. Please read the Ratings Game page to understand how routes are rated. Climbed a new route? Know about access issues? Leave an update and help support Idaho’s climbing community. Post navigation ← Previous Post What’s New? Posted on September 24, 2014 by Tom Lopez February 14, 2017. It has been an old fashion winter with plenty of snow and cold. In addition to cleaning up and improving many entries on the website, in Southeastern Idaho news, Steve and Margo Mandella provided climbing information for several Pocatello area peaks including: Peak 8037 (northeast of Scout Mountain) and Peak 7060. And in climbing news from the Snake River … Continue reading → Introduction to Idaho: A Climbing Guide Posted on May 5, 2014 by IACGAdmin The opportunities for those who enjoy climbing mountains are unlimited in Idaho. This guidebook is an idea book and a starting point for mountaineers, hikers, and explorers. In the ten years since Exploring Idaho’s Mountains was published, Idaho’s population has skyrocketed, Boise has become a city and Coeur d’Alene a major resort destination. Surprisingly, this growth has had a positive … Continue reading → Grand Slam Peaks Update March 22nd, 2017 Posted on March 22, 2017 by Tom Lopez The Grand Slam Peaks are all popular destinations this time of year. Here is a quick update based on my observations today and a recent Idaho Statesman article. Cervidea: I hiked Cervidae this morning. The trail was damp but there was no mud. The wildflowers will be blooming soon. Saw a golden today. Kepros: Based on observation from Cervidea I … Continue reading → Mount Borah Updates and Revisions Posted on March 18, 2017 by Tom Lopez Mount Borah is unquestionably Idaho’s most popular summit. Associate Editor Margo Mandella has done a spectacular job reworking all of the Borah content on the website. Thanks to Margo, the content is now professionally presented for your reading enjoyment. Thanks also to the many climbers who have contributed to the Borah content including Dave Pahlas, John Platt, Dean Lords, Wes … Continue reading → The Breath of God by Joe Leonard Posted on February 25, 2017 by Tom Lopez Joe Leonard has provided us with another riveting chapter from his book Son of the Madam Mustang Ranch. This story, The Breath of God, involves a winter climb on Mount Shasta. Like all of Joe’s writing you wil find yourself caught up in the struggle with the mountain and life. Read the Breath of God. … Continue reading → The First Ascent of Knuckle Peak’s North Face Posted on February 14, 2017 by Tom Lopez I am always surprised that not many people climb in the Bighorn Crags. There are few places in Idaho with as spectacular granite terrain as the Bighorn Crags. Knuckle Peak aka Fishfin Ridge is the crowning glory of this area. It was first climbed in 1955. I climbed it in 1984 and found evidence of earlier ascents but I never … Continue reading → Larry Prescott R.I.P Posted on October 30, 2016 by Tom Lopez Sadly, my friend and fellow climber Larry Prescott passed away during a climb in the Lemhi Range yesterday. Larry was an exceptional human being and I will miss his company in the mountains, miss his good nature and positive attitude and miss his trip reports. Condolences to his family and friends. Larry Prescott The Heart of the Lost River Range. … Continue reading → Dave Pahlas, a.k.a. SuperDave, has climbed all 50 ten thousand plus White Cloud Peaks. Posted on October 14, 2016 by Tom Lopez Dave Pahlas is the first person to climb all of the White Cloud 10,000-foot plus peaks. There are 50 White Cloud summits that reach above 10,000 feet. The peaks are spread out over a large swath of rugged terrain and five USGS quadrangles. Access to some of these 10ers and 11ers is easy, but the vast majority of the 50 … Continue reading → John Platt Completes the Box Lake USGS Quad Peaks Posted on October 9, 2016 by Tom Lopez Last week John Platt completed all the ranked peaks found on the Box Lake USGS quadrangle. While many southern Idaho climbers think the world begins and ends in eastern Idaho’s Lost River Mountain Range, John has methodically demonstrated that the Lick Creek subrange of the Salmon River Mountains is a granitic wonderland for climbers. The Box Lake quad is arguably … Continue reading → Lyman Dye’s Memoir Posted on September 19, 2016 by Tom Lopez Lyman Dye has provided a memoir for our reading enjoyment, Heeding The Call of the Mountains. Lyman is one of the giants of Idaho climbing and his many first ascents are documented in the book. He operated the first climbing guide service in the Sawtooths and also guided climbers, including the Iowa Mountaineers and the Mazamas on many first ascents. … Continue reading → Mount Borah Warning Posted on July 19, 2016 by Tom Lopez There is no shortcut that bypasses Chicken Out Ridge on Borah’s Standard Route. Wes Collins of the Butte County Sheriff”s Department reports that he has responded to three Search and Rescue events on Mount Borah involving climbers who got lost or stranded after attempting a bypass of Chicken Out Ridge (COR). All of these climbers reported they heard about a … Continue reading → Seeking Solitude: 4 Ways to Explore Idaho’s Rugged Gospel Hump Wilderness by Pete Zimowsky Posted on July 12, 2016 by Tom Lopez Check out this fine article if you have or are contemplating a visit to Idaho’s least known Wilderness, the Gospel Hump Wilderness: Seeking Solitude: 4 Ways to Explore Idaho’s Rugged Gospel Hump Wilderness by Pete Zimowsky, 2016. In 1978, Congress designated 206,053 acres land east of Riggins, Idaho, and north of the Salmon River as the Gospel-Hump Wilderness. The terrain varies … Continue reading → Pat Mcgrane’s Wildhorse Classics climbing guide. Posted on July 1, 2016 by Tom Lopez Pat Mcgrane‘s Wildhorse Classics guide to the fantastic peaks surrounding the Wildhorse Creek drainage in the Pioneer Mountains demonstrates that the range deserve equal billing with the Sawtooths when discussing Idaho’s best technical alpine climbing. (Pat’s guide is a big file, 46 pages with lots of photos, so give it a bit of time to load.) Please thank Pat for this great contribution … Continue reading → Erik Pohlmann Ascends the Grand Slam Peaks in Record Time Post... Similar Website

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