Salt Lake City, Utah
Brighton Ski Resort
Great Western Ski Run
Clayton Peak 10,721 ft.
We started at the top of Guardsmans Pass at the head of Big
Cottonwood Canyon. From there you go right (south) up to a
minor summit, Steven and Ruojia had to leave from here, but
not before sharing some treats. The rest of us continued to
the top of Clayton Peak. It wasn't a hard hike, but the snow
made it a bit more interesting.
Sunday, November 4, 2001
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Cottonwood Ridge from atop the summit of Clayton Peak 10, 721
From along the beginning of the hike looking east toward
From atop the first summit looking down BIg Cottonwood Canyon
Raymond and Gobbler's
Knob are visible.
Jared, Denyse, Ruojia, Steven and Cornell on top of the first
Looking west, over the group, down Big Cottonwood Canyon
Looking east over the Park City area toward the Uinta Mountains
A telephoto of the Uinta Mountains
From the first summit looking south toward Clayton Peak
Clayton Peak, the trail follows just under the ridge on the
Almost to the summit
Denyse, Cornell and Jared on top of Clayton Peak - 10,721 ft.
Jared atop the eastern reaches of the Wasatch, in the distance
Mill Canyon Peak, with Provo Peak and Timpanogos
From the summit looking east over Lackawaxen Lake
A closer view of Lackawaxen Lake
Looking west over the center of the Wasatch Mountain Range.
Fork Twin Peaks and Hidden Peak tram.
Cristo-Twin Peaks (in a row, under the dark cloud)
Kessler and Raymond.
A telephoto of most of the Cottonwood Ridge,
Mount Superior, Monte Cristo, and Twin Peaks.
Cottonwood Ridge to Kessler Peak
Mount Timpanogos to the south
Special thanks to Denyse, Jared, Cornell, Ruojia, and Steven
Extra Special Thanks to Steven
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