Generic selectors
Exact matches only
Search in title
Search in content

GRANITE PEAK

ABOUT GRANITE PEAK

From the east, Granite Peak doesn’t look like much, but the western side reveals breathtaking formations of rock and undiscovered canyons. The tallest peak in the Mineral Mountains (named for their rich offerings), Granite Peak offers sweeping views of the mighty Tushars to the east and the sweeping desert ranges of the Great Basin to the west. Intrepid and experienced hikers can forge their own route to the summit, but most approach from the north. Only a faint climbers trail exists, so this is not for the inexperienced. Bring a map and a compass. Learn more about the route, how to get there, and seasonal conditions here: https://www.summitpost.org/granite-peak/619782


Ramble Responsibly in Beaver County!
Bag a peak and bag your trash, leave no trace on granite peak.

NEED SOME IDEAS?

MUST-DO ACTIVITIES

Go on a treasure hunt

Head to the Rock Corral and try your hand at rockhounding.

Learn More
Find a secluded reservoir
hiking icon

Take this fun and short hike to a secluded reservoir.

Learn More
PLANNING A TRIP?

we can help.