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regehrRoute Climbed: ridge via Rudy's Flat and Burro Peak Date Climbed: 6/6/2004


Parked at Lower Rotary Park in City Creek Canyon, walked to Rudy's Flat and then followed the trail going up to the ridge. Rudy's flat is a maze of trails but it's not too hard to find the right one. Walked up some snow to Burro Peak (Big Black Mtn?), then had a great time following the rough (and long!) ridge to Grandview. Still plenty of snow left in sheltered locations. At the base of the final rise to the summit we decided to bail -- progress had been slow all day due to one member of the group lagging. Bushwacked down Cottonwood Gulch past some impressive mining equipment to the bottom of CC canyon and then walked down the trail and road to Lower Rotary.

Overall an excellent, if unsatisfying, hike. Rugged ridge walking, great views, and didn't see anyone outside the group all day.
Posted Apr 17, 2005 10:45 pm

nebbenRoute Climbed: City Creek Canyon, Rotary park Date Climbed: March 4, 2005


I came within 1/2 mile of the summit, but turned back because of time constraints. Plus, I was tired as hell and my camera broke. No sense in continuing =).. Very good snow, some great powder still. A couple miles of hellish bushwacking after Rotary park. =(. Lots of cougar tracks...
Posted Mar 5, 2005 10:22 am

ScottRoute Climbed: Big Mountain to Mueler Park Date Climbed: June 1992  Sucess!


Rather challenging for such a small rounded mountain because much of the trail marked on the map doesn't exist.
Posted Dec 22, 2004 11:51 pm

John StyrnolRoute Climbed: Upper City Creek Canyon Date Climbed: July 2001  Sucess!

John Styrnol

Definitely a bushwack climb.
Posted May 29, 2004 10:09 am

MrWasatchRoute Climbed: Great Western Trail, North Date Climbed: 8/2000  Sucess!


Parked car along dirt road and walked two miles to start of GWT. Dropped a few hundred feet, re-climbed to Sessions Mountain ridge. Followed obvious track southeast around Grandview and ascended Grandview's east ridge. Not difficult climbing, but long, about 16 miles round-trip. Couldn't verify the "grandness" of the view due to a nearby forest fire polluting the skies.
Posted Feb 8, 2004 11:07 pm

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