Elevation

9,026 ft / 2,751 m

#742 in Utah

#8,325 in United States

Prominence

386 ft / 118 m

#276 in Utah

#6,895 in United States

Summits

131 summits

#3 in Utah

#209 in United States

Top climbing months

May   16%

June   16%

September  12%

Most climbed route

Mount Olympus Trail

6.7 mi • 4,171 ft gain

Highlights

  • Mount Olympus is one of the most prominent and recognizable mountains viewable from practically every location in the Salt Lake Valley.
  • Although not the tallest peak along the Wasatch front, its unusual form and location make it an extremely popular summit.
  • One distinctive feature of the mountain are its twin peaks; the higher of the two is "Summit Peak" which rises 4,800 feet above the valley floor.
  • Most climbers reach the summit via the 3.1 mile Mount Olympus Trail, which is a steep climb from the mountain base to the summit.
  • Also a popular winter mountaineering route because the terrain is not as avalanche prone as many of the surrounding peaks.
  • Hiding near the base of the mountain, unknown to many locals, lies Utah's 2nd deepest, and America's 13th deepest cave, known as Neffs Cave.
77 summits • 6.7 mi • 4,171 ft gain • 5 hr 1 min

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