I started at the Dry Canyon Trail Head first thing in the morning. This is a very nice trail for about 3/4 of the trip. I tried a trail they are cutting in still. It still has flags up marking the way but the closer to the Peak you get the more you have to find your own way. Once the trail is complete, I believe this will be the best approach on foot. A great hike to see the Fall Colors.
Route up: Logan Dry Canyon
Route down: North Syncline to Logan Dry Canyon
A perfect day to be out hiking the Temp. reached a high of 65 and only saw two others on the trail all day. We put in 12 miles exploring the area and out to the peak. Great Hike!
Route up: North Ogden Divide
Route down: Same
A wonderful trip up to the peak. Rain the night before kept temps. down in the mid 60's. The skies cleared for the hike and the trial was perfect. The surroundings keep the eyes busy and the mind occupied and before you know it you are making the final accent. Took some time to explore while on top. Thought about Magog, but it was getting a little late. Just the excuse I need to come back.
Route up/down: North Trial from Tony Grove
I started off the trip around 2am, it was raining and cloudy and it pretty much stayed that way the entire hike. I came prepared for it and the hike turned out to be very enjoyable. The scenery is outstanding. Highly recommended hike.
Route up/down: Timpooneke
It was a nice hike from the lift, all across the ridge line, and up to the Peak. My son has now bagged his fisrt peak and he had a great time. I hope there are many more to follow. This is a grea little hike.
Route up: Lift and across the ridgeline.
Route down: same
Had a great day up here today. It is the perfect view of all the canyons I like to hike. We had fun watching them launch off the top for some smooth sailing today. Need to be careful on the trip up, but it is worth it.
Route up/down: Francis Peak Road
I was out exploring the area or Geocaching and there are several old mines in the area to look at, the one I was intrested in was home to my Geocache. This was a reallly nice area and apparently a great place to hang glide. There is a landing zone at the bottom and several wind driction poles across the top. The valley bellow near Randolph is beautiful from up here. I didn't get a peak picture , but will post one when I go back.
Route up/down: Crawford Mt. Road
I was out breaking in some snowshoes with a great group of Geocachers. They go by the name Seventh Day Adventurous, this was there 43rd hike since the group started and 41 of those are different trails. Once a month, Year around, this was my second trip out with them. It was a cold and Hazy, but we had a great time climbing out of the muck. We hit a couple of peaks and crossed a few canyons, it was a nice hike in about a foot of powder. This is a great trail for snowshoeing.
Route up/down: Wild Rose Loop