The Seven Devils are notable peaks in west central Idaho in the Hells Canyon Wilderness. They are above the east bank of the Snake River, which forms the Idaho-Oregon border. The mountains are part of the Rocky Mountains, and the tallest peaks are 7,900 feet (2,410 m) above the adjacent river, with few trees in between. There are several marked and unmarked trails and cleared camping areas throughout the mountains. It has several waterfalls and streams as well as numerous lakes.
Immediately southwest of Riggins, the Seven Devils are accessible from U.S. Highway 95 by a gravel road which vertically climbs over 5,500 feet (1,680 m) in 17 miles (27 km).
By elevation Monument Peak is
# 33 out of 303 in Wallowa-Whitman National Forest # 1 out of 66 in Adams County # 8 out of 48 in Hells Canyon Wilderness # 8 out of 93 in Hells Canyon National Recreation Area # 34 out of 2184 in the Columbia Plateau # 8 out of 94 in the Seven Devils Mountains
By prominence Monument Peak is
# 15 out of 303 in Wallowa-Whitman National Forest # 4 out of 66 in Adams County # 4 out of 48 in Hells Canyon Wilderness # 4 out of 93 in Hells Canyon National Recreation Area # 64 out of 2184 in the Columbia Plateau # 3 out of 94 in the Seven Devils Mountains
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