Mount Timpanogos - 1970
Mount Timpanogos: 11,750 feet.
The second highest peak in the Wasatch.
These pictures were taken by my father, Ron Meier, on a hike
to the summit of Mount Timpanogos in 1970. Accompanying him
is friend Ivan (with the hat) and little brother, Dale (with
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Looking northwest toward Roberts Horn.
The first waterfall.
Looking east over Sundance.
IN the background is Wallsburg Ridge.
Looking northwest toward South Timpanogos 11,722'
South Timpanogos 11,722'. Timpanogos Peak 11,750' is behind the bushes
on the right.
Nearing Hidden Lakes Cirque on the east side of South Timpanogos 11,722'.
Ivan ? and Ron Meier
South Timpanogos 11,722'
The Timpanogos Shelter before being vandalized for 30 years.
I'd like to see him do this now.
Behind is the Timp Glacier.
Hikers with packhorses.
Looking east toward Deer Creek Reservoir.
Rounding the ridge to the summit. The peak is visible.
Looking south over Utah Lake and Provo City.
Looking west from just west of the summit.
Looking southwest toward Utah Lake
Looking north toward Alpine Ridge.
Lone Peak, Thunder mountain, Box
Elder Peak, Pfeifferhorn, White Baldy,
Red Baldy, Red Top Peak, and A.F.
The Triangulation Station on the summit.
Looking down toward Emerald Lake. Can you see the shelter to the left?
Ready to go home.
Sliding down the glacier.
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