On a recent trip to the Pasayten Wilderness, I climbed Nanny goat mountain, which is just over 7400 feet. The ascent was not very technical, however quite a bit of scrambling was needed to maneuver the scree fields that made up most of the above treeline climbing. Though there is no trail to the summit, either of the two climbable ridges have self explanatory paths that show the easiest way to get up. This mountain is not very well known, which makes the hike much more memorable. However, be prepared with a spot device or something else that can get you aid, because it is likely that you will not see anyone else on the mountain if something were to go wrong.