- Dollarhide Mountain is a highpoint along the ridge of the Smokey Mountain Range.
- To get to the summit of Dollarhide Mountain is a distance of 30 miles from town.
- The hike to the summit of Dollarhide Mountain is approximately 2.25 miles in length and has good footing.
Dollarhide Mountain is a highpoint along the ridge of the Smokey Mountain Range. This tree and sage covered summit is in a rather remote location – being over thirty miles from any town.
To get to the Mountain, from Ketchum, Idaho, simply drive to the north side of town and travel onto Warm Springs Road. Continue to travel past the ski lifts and to the point where the road turns to gravel. Approximately 30 miles further, you will reach Dollarhide.
If you continue pass Dollarhide Mountains, you will be traveling on Carrie Creek Road which will lead you to various other backcountry Forest Service road. If you want a driving experience into the Smokey Mountain region of Idaho traveling on the road to Dollarhide Pass is a good place to start.
The distance you travel is up to you. To get to the summit of Dollarhide Mountain is a distance of 30 miles from town. The time to travel that particular distance is dependent on the time of year and the condition of the road. In good weather and on a good road, expect to travel for approximately an hour.
With easy access, the hike up Dollarhide Mountain is a fun, short hike for anyone who wishes to get out and get a little fresh air. The hike is approximately 2.25 miles in length and has good footing. From the top, you can enjoy majestic views of the vast Idaho wilderness.
There are countless camping spots but no campgrounds along Warm Springs Road. There is also some room, albeit little privacy, to camp at Dollarhide Summit.