Coming straight up Wildcat Ridge, my legs felt like Hundred pound
Once I peered over the canyon, It felt like a wind of energy swept
into my soul.
It probably feels a lot like a crack hit, except when you come down,
you're a better person.
From Wildcat Ridge looking south toward Cottonwood Ridge.
Peaks:Superior, Monte Cristo, Dromedary, Sunrise Peak, and Twin Peaks.
Canyons: Mineral Fork, Mill B South (Lake Blanche), Broads Fork, Stairs
Looking East over Gobblers Knob and
Mount Raymond (at the right time).
A slow motion explosion recorded in time.
The entire Cottonwood Ridge.
Clayton Peak in Brighton is visible on the extreme left, Kessler Peak
is also visible.
Bells Canyon Peak and Lone Peak
are visible on the right in the background.
Storm Mountain is the ridge below Lone Peak in this Picture.
Ancient neighbors calmly watching the sunset.
Broads Fork Twin Peaks, Thunder Mountain, Bells Peak and Lone Peak.
Thunder Mountain North and South Peaks.
The Twin Peaks Massif.
Dromedary, Sunrise Peak (O'Sullivan), Unnamed (Mitt) and Twin Peaks.
The Stairs Gulch Peak is visible along the ridge that leads from the
East Peak of Twin.
This peak looks like a sharp point from Sandy/Midvale.
Looking northwest over the Great Salt Lake and Antelope Island.
Looking south to Cottonwood Ridge
The light in this picture is almost 100% reflected light from the
Monte Cristo and Two Unnameds,
American Fork Twin Peaks is poking up on the right in the background.
In the center of the picture, at the end of the ridge coming toward
the camera is Sundial Peak.
Below in the trees is Lake Blanche,
Lillian and Florence.
There is also another lake to the left and south of Sundial.
Part of Thaynes Peak, Gobblers Knob, Mount Raymond.
The Brighton area is visible in the far background.
Kessler Peak, Superior and Monte Cristo.
Looking east at a telephoto of Mount Raymond
Looking north over the northern Wasatch.
Looking southwest over Sandy City, Draper and the Point of the Mountain.
The Hounds Tooth is visible on the lower left.
Light reflecting off of the clouds illuminates the mountains below.
Looking south over the Twin Peaks Massif and distant Lone Peak
For pictures from the hike to get to Wildcat Ridge from Neffs Canyon:
to Wildcat Ridge
Thanks to Gloria
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