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Kessler Peak

Kessler Peak : 10,403'
Extra special thanks to Jeff, Eric, Rolf, and Asher for helping me out.

To get to the Kessler Peak North Route Trailhead:

After you park at the Donut Falls parking area, continue hiking down the dirt road past the gate, which curves north and then south at the entrance.
As you hike along the road watch for an obvious road that splits from the Donut Falls trail to the right, continue up this road and watch for a trail that goes straight up the hill to the right, this is the Kessler Peak North Route Trailhead, hopefully you'll find it, We didn't.

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Sunday, June 10, 2001

Reed and Benson Ridge

Looking South to the Reed and Benson Ridge,
from here you can see the Brighton area and the Snowbird area.

American Fork Twin Peaks

Looking south to American Fork Twin Peaks, the tallest point in
Salt Lake County.
You can also see Hidden Peak tram on the left.

Superior Peak

Hidden Peak, American Fork Twin Peaks, Superior Peak and Monte Cristo,

Devils Castle

Looking south east you can see Devils Castle, the dark peak
in the distance.
Sugarloaf and in front of the Sugarloaf, Flagstaff Peak

Uinta Mountains

Looking far northeast you can see the Uintas.

Kessler Peak North Route

Hiking down Kessler Peak.

Kessler Peak Trail

Jared going down the North Route.

Kessler Peak

Jared on Kessler Peak watching mountain goats.

Mount Olympus

Looking north west to Mount Olympus.

Mount Raymond

Looking north to Mount Raymond 10,241'

Gobblers Knob

Looking north to Gobbler's Knob 10,246'

Twin Peaks

Looking west to Sunrise Peak and Twin Peaks 11,330'

Dromedary Peak

Dromedary Peak - 11,107', Sunrise Peak 11,275', and Unnamed 10,910'.

Barnacle fossils

Barnacle fossils atop Kessler Peak.

Buckeye Caterpillar
Blue Grouse
Jumping Spider
Buckeye Caterpillar
when it becomes a butterfly,
it will have six eye shaped
dots on it's wings
Blue Grouse
A.K.A. Mountain Chicken

abandoned mine

An abandoned mine near the top of the North Route.

mine storage station

Hermit Hideaway along the Kessler Peak North Route.
It was probably used as a storage station for the mine up the trail.

Special Thanks to Jared, Denyse, and Roujia

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