A glimpse of the road life.
Looking down Little Cottonwood Canyon highway into the valley.
Red Pine Lake
a radiant view of Broad's Fork Twin
These bunny/mouse animals called Pikas spend all summer building their
nests for the winter.
Pika's live above 10,000 feet only. A great place to spy one in Little
Cottonwood is up White Pine.
At the very top of Little Cottonwood, called Albion Basin, is a scenic
Catherine's Pass which converges
into 5 other canyons. From here you can see
Lake Catherine, Lake Martha, and Lake Mary as viewed from Sunset Peak.
All types of vivid wild flowers can be seen in Albion
Looking down at the one of the two resorts in Little Cottonwood Canyon
from atop Monte Cristo.
Snowbird Ski & Summer Resort is one of the most frequently visited
resorts along the Wasatch Front.
Westwind Buttress, The Thumb, Plumline, and Waterfront
all excellent climbing walls
located on the North side of Little Cottonwood Canyon about 1.25 miles
up from the neon sign.
Pentapitch, another popular wall located up Coalpit
Gulch on the south side of the
canyon about 1.85 miles up the canyon in the Wasatch Mountains.
American Fork Twin Peaks the
highest peak in Salt Lake County towers at 11,489'
located in Gad Valley at Snowbird Ski Resort.
American Fork Twin Peaks, White
Baldy, and The Pfiefferhorn from atop
All are part of the Wasatch Range.
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