Hey it might just very well be a Cutleaf Balsumroot. I use a the National Audubon Society Field Guide to North American Wildflowers to find out what type I encounter. Judging by the photo in the book (and all the cows in picnic canyon) this one is likely a Cowpen Daisy.
"Mountaineering is more than climbing (exercise), panoramic views, and wilderness experience. It is also challenge, risk, and hardship (self reliance). And it is not for everyone. Those drawn to the mountains can find them exhilarating and irresistible, as well as frustrating and sometimes even deadly. There are qualities to mountaineering that bring inspiration and joy in a pursuit that is more than a pastime, more than a sport – a passion, certainly, and sometimes a compulsion."
--Mountaineering: "Freedom of the Hills", Chp. 1