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ⓘ Diamond Peak (Idaho)




Diamond Peak (Idaho)
                                     

ⓘ Diamond Peak (Idaho)

Diamond Peak is the highest point in the Lemhi Range in the Rocky Mountains in Idaho. At 12.202 feet above sea level, it is the third highest peak in Idaho. It is situated 34.5 miles east of Borah Peak in the Lost River Range, opposite the Little Lost River valley. It is the highest point in the Caribou-Targhee National Forest. The closest higher peak is Mount Church, which is 31.8 mi to the west.

                                     
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  • Little Diamond Peak at 11, 272 feet 3, 436 m above sea level a peak in the Lemhi Range of Idaho The peak is located in Butte County on the border of
  • is about 9.5 mi 15.3 km northwest of Diamond Peak It is the 37th highest peak in Idaho Bell Mountain, Idaho Peakbagger.com. Retrieved 2013 - 01 - 14
  • west - northwest of Little Diamond Peak and 2 mi 3.2 km southwest of Shoshone John Peak It is the 98th highest peak in Idaho Nicholson Peak Idaho Peakbagger
  • Forest. Diamond Peak is 1.1 mi 1.8 km north of the peak and Big Boy Peak is 0.7 mi 1.1 km to the southeast. It is the 41st highest peak in Idaho The
  • Big Boy Peak its line parent, and 1.8 mi 2.9 km north of Little Diamond Peak It is the 76th highest peak in Idaho Shoshone John Peak Idaho Peakbagger
  • article comprises three sortable tables of major mountain peaks of the U.S. State of Idaho The summit of a mountain or hill may be measured in three
  • of Idaho spanning the eastern part of the state between the Lost River Range and the Beaverhead Mountains. The highest point in the range is Diamond Peak
  • Diamond Lake was named for John Diamond for whom Diamond Peak is also named. He saw the lake in 1852 while on the summit of Diamond Peak Diamond was
  • Montpelier. The highway is maintained by the Idaho Transportation Department. SH - 36 begins at a diamond interchange with I - 15. As Deep Creek Road, the
  • Retrieved December 19, 2006. Brown, Robert 1985 The Great Pikes Peak Gold Rush. Caldwell, Idaho Caxton Press. ISBN 0 - 87004 - 412 - 5. Hafen, Le Roy Reuben 1859
  • State Highway 37 SH - 37 is a state highway in Power County in southern Idaho United States that spans 31.231 miles 50.261 km north - south from the
  • The U.S. state of Idaho first required its residents to register their motor vehicles and display license plates in 1913. In 1956, the United States