Honeycomb Cliffs

Wasatch Mountains - Big Cottonwood Canyon, Salt Lake City, Utah

To Get to the Honeycomb Cliffs:
Big Cottonwood Canyon > Brighton Ski Resort > Silver Lake > follow the trail to either Twin Lakes or Lake Solitude (We went to Lake Solitude) continue to Twin Lakes Pass, take a right (south) up the white limestone hills. This would be an awesome place to watch the sunrise, I doubt I'll ever get up here for it though, I like sleeping in.



Wednesday July 31, 2002




Foreground: West Honeycomb Cliff
Background Mount Raymond and Gobblers Knob




This limestone is made of ancient corral/bone sediment
from when this spot was under the ocean, (Eons before Lake Bonneville)
I wonder how much time it took to lay down this section?

Foreground: West Honeycomb Cliff
Background: Kessler Peak, Mount Raymond (barely visible),
Gobblers Knob and part of the northern Wasastch




From the eastern most switch-back to the top of the Honeycomb Cliffs,
Looking north east over Twin Lakes Reservoir toward
Guardsmans Peak, Peak 10,420 and Clayton Peak (Mount Majestic)




Looking south toward Albion Basin
Devils Castle, Sugarloaf, Mount Baldy (in front of American Fork Twin Peaks)




Looking down Little Cottonwood Canyon (We came up Big Cottonwood)
From the left: Pfeifferhorn, Bells Peak, Lone Peak, Thunder Mountain, Perlas Ridge
and Mount Superior and Monte Cristo on the right.
You can see the Salt Lake Valley and the Oquirrh Mountains in the distance.




A telephoto of the Pfeifferhorn and Unnamed
(I call the tiny peak on the left the "Sub Pfeiff" and the unnamed peak the "Horny Pfeiff")




In the foreground left: Snow Bird Ski Resort in Little Cottonwood Canyon
Left: North Thunder Mountain and Perlas Ridge
Background: Oquirrh Mountains
Right: Monte Cristo, Mount Superior, 2 unnameds and Twin Peaks
Foreground right: Black Knob, and the base of Flagstaff Peak.




Silver Peak (Mickey Mouse Peak) unnamed, unammed, Guardsmans Peak
Peak 10,420
Guardsmans Pass and Big Cottonwood Canyon Road are visible.
Lower center: Mount Evergreen
Lower right: Twin Lakes Reservoir
Far background: Uinta Mountains




The Willow Heights Area
The Willow Heights Lake and Beaver Dam are visible




Looking east toward the Granite Bowl
Mount Millicent, Pioneer Peak , Mount Tuscarora, Mount Wolverine


Thanks to Gloria




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