Wasatch Mountains - Salt
Lake City, Utah
Neffs Canyon Meadow: 8,000'
2.75 miles one way
Although we didn't see it,
Neffs Canyon is home to one
of the deepest caves in America.
Neffs Canyon Cave: 1,165 feet deep, the deepest
cave in Utah, #10 in the US.
The meadow was filled with bugs, none of
them seemed to bite me but Rafael said they bit him. I inhaled or swallowed at
June 14, 2002
Katita, Gloria, and Leo crossing the bridge.
When you get here, you are about 75% of the way there.
Gloria and Katita walking through Neffs Meadow.
Looking west down Neffs Canyon toward Salt Lake City.
From the meadow looking south at Wildcat Ridge.
Wildcat Ridge, on the far right is Triangle Peak.
A Telephoto of Triangle Peak
Quartzite Slabs along Wildcat Ridge
Looking west toward Mount Olympus south and north peaks,
The Salt Lake Valley, The Oquirrh Mountains, and beyond to the Stansbury
Looking west toward Mount Olympus south peak.
This is the one normally climbed from the Olympus Trail.
Mount Olympus north peak, this place is rarely visited.
(I've never met anyone who's been there)
Looking west over Neffs Ridge to Antelope Island, and The Great Salt
The Kennecott Tailings Pond, The Great Salt Lake, and Stansbury Island.
The Oquirrh Mountains, with The Stansbury Mountains behind.
The Kennecott Smelter, where they refine ore from the Bingham Mine.
Sunset over Antelope Island
Neffs Canyon Ridge
- The ridge
between Mount Olympus and Grandeur
Neffs Canyon Meadow
- Near the
pass at the head of Neffs Canyon
Neffs Canyon North's Fork
Olympus North - Map
- Satellite Map of the North side of Mount
Neffs Canyon - Wildcat Ridge
- Ridge east of Mount Olympus at the end of Neffs
Wildcat Ridge Sunset Pictures
- Amazing sunset pictures from the top of Wildcat Ridge
Thanks to Rafael, Leo, Gloria, and Katita
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