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Ives Peak

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Ives Peak (right) and Old Snowy Mtn (left) as seen from Goat Ridge (romann)
Ives Peak from near Cispus Pass (romann)


Ives Peak, depending on different sources, is either the second (after Mt. Curtis Gilbert) or the third peak (after Old Snowy) in the Goat Rocks. Some sources say it's 7,840 ft high, others say it's 7,940 ft. It is just South of Old Snowy Mountain and dominates the view above Snowgrass Flats.

There's no trail to the top of Ives Peak. People who have been to its summit say it's non-technical 2nd to 3rd class scramble.




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