This is one of the most crowded areas in the Wasatch this time of
because of the density of wildflowers.
Looking southeast toward Devils
Two climbers on the last pitch of "Black Streak" a 5.11a
There are 6 pitches (Rope Lengths) on this wall.
This is the only routed rock climb on Devil's Castle.
This area has some of the densest layers of sea fossils I've ever
Looking north toward the Honeycomb
Cliffs, Twin Lakes Pass,
the other side of Mount Wolverine
Cirque, Mount Wolverine, and
Looking south over Mill Canyon Peak (Left) toward Provo
Cascade Peak and Mount Timpanogos.
A telephoto of the very summit of Mount Timpanogos.
Looking south down to Pittsburg Lake.
Behind, in the far distance is Provo Peak, Cascade Peak and Mount
Provo Peak (Closest to center) and Cascade Peak (Right)
The Sugarloaf as seen from the saddle between it and Devils Castle
In the distance is Mount Superior and
A telephoto of Cottonwood Ridge, the ridgeline peaks are:
Unnamed, Monte Cristo, Unnamed, Mount Superior
Another view of the same ridge looking more westward.
From here you can see all the way to Sunrise, Twin
Peaks and Dromedary.
(The three tiny peaks on the far left)
The white/gray area in the lower right is the limestone "Hellgate
- A classic climbing area.
Looking west toward American
Fork Twin Peaks
Box Elder Peak
Dozens of different shades of red, purple and orange Indian Paintbrush.
The Sugarloaf sits in the background.
The rarest color of Indian Paintbrush - Yellow.
For some pictures of a Mountain Goat:
Mountain Goat on
Thanks to Gloria
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