Elevation

12,799 ft / 3,901 m

Prominence

4,759 ft / 1,451 m

Summits

15 summits

Top climbing months

August   47%

September  23%

July   17%

Highlights

  • Granite Peak is the highest peak in Montana and one of the most difficult U.S. state highpoint ascents due to technical climbing, poor weather, and route finding.
  • It was the last of the state highpoints to be climbed.
  • Today, climbers typically spend two or three days ascending the peak, stopping over on the Froze-to-Death Plateau, although some climbers choose to ascend the peak in a single day.
  • A rope is typically used to rappel down from the summit.

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