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Ammon HatchVia Butler Fork  Sucess!
Date Climbed: Jun 15, 2006

Ammon Hatch

First solo peak. One of my favorite trips to date.
Posted Jun 15, 2006 3:35 pm

Scott WesemannGobblers
Date Climbed: Oct 1, 2005

Scott Wesemann

With Mountaingazelle from SP. Did Raymond and then over to GN. Were not quite sure of the actual summit at first, but we finally made it. Awesome day!
Posted Jun 2, 2006 8:21 pm

Rob ThompsonAlexander Basin  Sucess!
Date Climbed: Aug 6, 2005

Rob Thompson

One of the finest hikes in the Wasatch. First climbed in 1963 and never disappointed during the many times since.
Posted Mar 5, 2006 5:01 am

mountaingazelleRoute Climbed: Butler Fork Date Climbed: October 17, 2005  Sucess!

mountaingazelle

I climbed Gobblers Knob with Scott (climb14ers) after climbing Mount Raymond. The weather was nice and there weren't many people out hiking. Good trail and great view from the summit.
Posted Oct 17, 2005 7:40 pm

deafutahhikerRoute Climbed: Butler Fork Date Climbed: 26 July 2004  Sucess!
This was a quite long hike, totalling about 7 to 8 hours for me. The trail went through forest and land filled with so much wildflowers for anyone who loves to try and guess what they are called. At Baker's Pass, I was surprised to see a lone Sego Lily out of nowhere.
Posted Aug 30, 2005 4:58 pm

craghagRoute Climbed: Alexander Basin, Mill B Date Climbed: Oct. 20, 01  Sucess!

craghag

Also climbed 11/30/02 ans 4/17/04
Posted Jun 6, 2005 10:59 am

BignickRoute Climbed: Alexander Basin Date Climbed: August 24 01  Sucess!

Bignick

I have been on this peak three times. The first and third, I took the conventional Alexander Basin route and the second time to add a new twist I climbed directly up to the ridge west of the meadow and followed the ridge south to the summit. Attaining the ridge was some of the steepest hiking I have done without a trail on dirt and somewhat loose rock. The third time I did this in late Fall of '04 we continued on to Mt. Raymond, decending at Baker Pass and the Baker Spring trail loop back to the Alexander Basin trail. Lots of elevation gained and lost on this one. The fall colors were electrifying and the temperature very pleasent.
Posted Jun 3, 2005 11:23 pm

Nate DRoute Climbed: Alexander Basin Date Climbed: 1986  Sucess!

Nate D

The summit with the best name in the Wasatch.
Posted Mar 1, 2005 9:29 pm

PellucidWombatRoute Climbed: Soleus Ridge Date Climbed: January 29th, 2005  Sucess!

PellucidWombat

I climbed this with Joe Bullough last Saturday, heading up a steep ridge I dubbed Soleus Ridge due to the excessive strain the hill put on our calves. My inclinometer measures much of the ridge to be 40 degrees steep. After summiting on fine styrofoam snow, we continued over to Mt Raymond and back down to Butler Fork in time for me to catch a Sundance Movie - all in all a perfect day.
Posted Jan 31, 2005 11:05 am

boojemRoute Climbed: Alexander, Bowman, Butler, Dog Lake Date Climbed: numerous  Sucess!
My favorite trip is to go up Bowman in the spring, then glissade down Alexander's, then take the cutoff trail back to Bowman...The ridge to Dog Lake isn't bad either...
Posted Dec 21, 2004 2:43 pm

ecallahanRoute Climbed: Alexander Basin Trailhead Date Climbed: 19 June 2004  Sucess!

ecallahan

Added an extra 5+ miles to the hike by not realizing beforehand that the gate to the trailhead is closed until July 1st. Had to find our own route as the trail became covered in snow. Very green and flowers all around. Cool view of Mt. Raymond from the top. Took the loop back down.
Posted Aug 24, 2004 2:37 pm

John StyrnolRoute Climbed: Butler Fork Date Climbed: August 2001  Sucess!

John Styrnol

I've done this climb a few times, awesome views.
Posted May 29, 2004 10:04 am

PellucidWombatRoute Climbed: Porter Fork - Descended via Thayne Canyon Date Climbed: August 2001  Sucess!

PellucidWombat

Nice hike with a sustained steep trail. Not technical in the least bit, but good for exercise and getting outside.

I went on to climb Mt Raymond via the North East Ridge.
Posted Feb 1, 2004 10:45 pm

rmjwintersRoute Climbed: All Date Climbed: Various and Many  Sucess!

rmjwinters

This is a great after work hike by any approach. I climb this every year for exercise. I have approached by Porter Fork, Butler Fork and Baker Pass, Butler Fork and Dog's Lake approach and Alexander Basin. I would have to say my favorite is the Alexander Basin approach. Gobbler's is possible in winter by any of the aforementioned approaches.
Posted Jan 29, 2004 12:17 pm

MrWasatchRoute Climbed: Butler Fork/Bowman Fork/Alexander Basin Date Climbed: many  Sucess!

MrWasatch

Another nice moderate Wasatch peak. Steep from Baker Pass, but not as hard as going to Raymond. Alexander Basin route done in 2004 was outstanding, best route yet on this peak.
Posted Jan 27, 2004 3:25 pm

grandwazooRoute Climbed: Various routes, Bushwacking, and chutes Date Climbed: Various Times  Sucess!

grandwazoo

A nice half day hike with great views. Leave early to avoid the crowds.
Posted Jan 27, 2004 1:31 pm

ScottGobblers Knob  Sucess!
Date Climbed: Nov 11, 1995

Scott

Several times. Last time was in November 11 1995 via Butler Fork.

Bowman Fork may be the most scenic route.
Posted Jan 25, 2004 9:45 pm

belexesRoute Climbed: Butler Fork Date Climbed: July 20, 2002  Sucess!

belexes

I hiked this in preparation for Lone Peak. It's a nice hike, not too difficult, though the last stretch from Baker Pass up to the summit is pretty steep and rocky. There are great views all around. On the way down I stopped off at Circle All Peak. That's the 8,707 foot point on the ridge separating Butler Fork and Mill A Gulch, and is a nice hike in itself.
Posted Jan 25, 2004 7:57 pm

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