Box Elder Peak Climber's Log
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|First climbed in 1984 while attending USU, probably did it 3-4 times in the eighties, Lead a Wasatch mountain Club hike doing the ridge Run from Rattlesnake to Deep Canyon the late 90's|
|Posted Dec 1, 2008 1:45 pm|
Date Climbed: May 18, 2007
|This is a pretty steep trail, there was still lots of snow on top giving a nice glissade when I traversed over to the cone and back. Because it's such a narrow range the summit views are fabulous.|
|Posted Jul 10, 2007 9:08 pm|
|mbgriffi||Coldwater Canyon to the Cone |
Date Climbed: Jun 30, 2007
|I left Logan at 5 am in my Father-in-Laws Chrysler and was able to SLOWLY and tediously make it up the very rutty dirt road to the trailhead by 6 am. I made my way up to Coldwater Lake (more a pond really) and then up the ridge and up the ridge. Stewart Pass is just a pile of rocks with no sign. I was sad to see that someone hadn't really put up some good signs indicating place and distance. I headed north up to what I guess was the Cone, there was a rubber tube with summit register but no indication where I was exactly. :) 3 hours to the top and 2 hours down.|
Flickr set : http://www.flickr.com/photos/niffgurd/sets/72157600586386740/
|Posted Jul 1, 2007 1:04 pm|
|Deep Canyon - mid-1990's - I had an allergic reaction with stinging nettle in this canyon. It's the only thing that seems to bother me. This route is quite long but still fun.|
Deep Canyon - July 31, 2005 - Hiked with my friend who lives in Logan. She wanted to go to the Wellsville Mountains because she sees them everyday but had never been there.
Rattlesnake Trail - October 11, 2006 - Climbed on a very cloudy day. Once we got above 8,000 feet we were in the clouds. It cleared up enough for us to get a nice summit view.
Coldwater Canyon - November 25, 2007 - There was snow on the summit of Box Elder Peak and Wellsville Cone. This trail is in the best condition of all of the ones I have done in the Wellsville Mountains. Great views, steep route, and nice hike along the ridge.
|Posted Oct 24, 2006 5:30 pm|