Notch Peak Area
Delta, Utah

Goshen, Utah
Eureka, Utah
Mount Nebo, Wasatch

Millard County
3,000 foot sheer cliffs.
Notch Peak Summit : 9,725'

Views of Notch Peak from the east, south, west and from near the base of the mountain.

To get to Notch Peak drive east down Highway 6-50 from Delta, Utah.

June 28, 2008

From the turn on Tule Valley Road looking east toward Painter Springs Canyon.

Entering Painter Springs from Tule Valley on the northwestern end of the Sawtooth Mountains.
The Sawtooth Mountains are part of the House Range.

The Sawtooth Mountains, with Notch Peak on the end.

From near Painter Springs looking southeast toward Notch Peak.
You can see the entire Pine Peak Route from here,
it hikes along the ridgeline from the left of the image
to the top of the gigantic square block known as Notch Peak.

Looking east toward Notch Peak and the Sawtooth Mountains.

Driving along Tule Valley Road looking east toward Notch Peak.

Little Notch, and Notch Peak as seen from the Tule Valley Road looking northeast.

Looking south down the Tule Valley Road toward the Ibex Crag and the Barn Hills.

Looking south toward the Ibex Climbing Crag and the Barn Hills.

Looking north toward Notch Peak from Highway 6-50 near Skullrock Pass.
Notice the white band of limestone around the top.

Looking souteast over the Sevier Lake toward the Cricket Mountains.

Looking northwest toward Notch Peak from Highway 6-50.
The white limestone band is still visible.

The following pictures are from Highway 6 between Santaquin and Eureka

Strange mine processing area near Goshen, west of Santaquin.

Another angle of the processing plant.

The three peaks of Mount Nebo, the sentinel of the southern Wasatch.

Another view of mighty Mount Nebo, the tallest in the Wasatch at 11,928'.

MIne tailings in the town of Eureka

Notch Peak Map

Thanks to Heid, Lorin, and Trista


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