ⓘ Elk Peak (Idaho)

Elk Peak (Idaho)

ⓘ Elk Peak (Idaho)

Elk Peak, at 10.582 feet above sea level, is the eighth-highest peak in the Sawtooth Range of the U.S. state of Idaho. The peak is located in the Sawtooth Wilderness of Sawtooth National Recreation Area in Boise and Custer counties. The peak is located 2.88 mi west-northwest of Mount Cramer, its line parent. It is the 240th-highest peak in Idaho and 0.5 mi south-southeast of Reward Peak.

  • properties. Two years later, gold discoveries in Idaho attracted Ainslie s attention. He moved to Elk City, Idaho during the summer of 1862 and mined in that
  • an Idaho wildlife management areain Bear Lake County near the town of Carey. Land for the WMA was first acquired in 1991 from the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation
  • ranging from 2, 200 feet 650 m along the Salmon River in Idaho to 10, 157 foot 3, 100 m Trapper Peak Roughly half the forest 743, 000 acres, 3, 000 km² make
  • eastern slopes. Various species of wildlife inhabit the area and include deer, elk black bear, mountain goat, cougar, marten, and lynx. Smaller animals, such
  • three in Montana, and one each in Utah, British Columbia, and Idaho The 30 highest peaks are all located in Colorado. Of the 50 most prominent summits
  • 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
  • located on the Continental Divide between Fremont County of northeastern Idaho and Beaverhead County of southwestern Montana. Mount Jefferson is the highest
  • Caribou Targhee National Forest is located in the states of Idaho and Wyoming, with a small section in Utah in the United States. The forest is broken

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