Peak 9495

Joseph, Oregon 97846

Peak 9495

Peak 9495 Professional Review and Guide

"The Wallowa Mountains form the focal point for much of far northeastern Oregon. Small towns exist on the edges of the mountains and serve as supply points for campers, hikers, backpackers, and others who venture into the wilderness. Long ago, glacial ice left behind sharp ridges, peaks, lakes, and valleys.

The forest changes as you climb, with lodgepole pine and fir giving way to whitebark pine and dwarf juniper, and you will also encounter alpine wildflowers and lush springs. For some visitors, the summit of Mount Howard is as high as they want to go. Mount Howard, just east of Chief Joseph Mountain, is named for the U.S. army officer who was the nemesis of Chief Joseph of the Nez Perce. The summit of Mount Howard is a good starting point for a scramble south to Peak 9495, which local climbers call Hidden Peak. Special considerations: Please follow all Eagle Cap Wilderness regulations."

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Trail Information

Nearby City
1,902 feet
Elevation Gain
Trail Type
Easy to Moderate
Skill Level
3 to 4 hours
Best July to October
8,273 feet
Trailhead Elevation
9,495 feet
Top Elevation
Wallowa–Whitman National Forest, Eagle Cap Ranger District, Wallowa Mountains Visitors Center
Local Contacts
USGS Aneroid Mountain
Local Maps

Activity Feed

Oct 2018