Feltham Peak, NF-174, is a picturesque path to the summit and the historic Feltham Peak Lookout remnants. This lookout, which has a history dating back to 1926, gradually succumbed to disrepair after World War II. All that remains today are its enduring pier footings and a solitary flagpole. From the elevated vantage point of Feltham Peak unfolds an extraordinary visual spectacle. An unmatched panorama stretches across the Salmon-Challis National Forest's expansive beauty and the neighboring landscape's rolling peaks. Feltham Peak is worth the short drive from the Pinyon Peak Loop to enjoy the views. There is camping at the trailhead or the summit near the pier footings of the former lookout.
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