Standhope Peak, at 11,878 feet (3,620 m) above sea level is the fourth highest peak in the Pioneer Mountains of Idaho. The peak is located in Salmon-Challis National Forest and Custer County. It is the 20th highest peak in Idaho and about 0.75 mi (1.21 km) northeast of Peak 11,887 and 1 mi (1.6 km) southwest of Altair Peak.
By elevation Standhope Peak is
# 11 out of 3322 in Idaho # 9 out of 193 in Custer County # 11 out of 235 in Salmon-Challis National Forest # 2 out of 57 in the Pioneer Mountains # 11 out of 3056 in the Idaho-Bitterroot Rocky Mountains
By prominence Standhope Peak is
# 30 out of 193 in Custer County # 34 out of 235 in Salmon-Challis National Forest # 5 out of 57 in the Pioneer Mountains
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