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boojemRoute Climbed: Elbow Fork Date Climbed: numerous  Sucess!
A great view with lots of wildlife, especially moose and birds along the way. My wife came face to face with a cougar just down the pipeline trail from the Elbow Fork trailhead a couple of years ago. Luckily it ran off.
Posted Dec 21, 2004 3:17 pm

craghagRoute Climbed: South Trail Date Climbed: May-13-01, Nov 24-03, Apr 24-04, Nov 20-04  Sucess!

craghag

We missed the cougar chasing the moose.
Posted Dec 12, 2004 11:46 am

MrWasatchRoute Climbed: various Date Climbed: many  Sucess!

MrWasatch

Nice lower peaks. I find the Burch Hollow route up Church Fork to be my favorite among these three peaks.
Posted Sep 27, 2004 6:57 pm

ecallahanRoute Climbed: Mount Aire Trailhead, Millcreek Canyon Date Climbed: 5 July 2004  Sucess!

ecallahan

Took my small pup to the top. Nice, leisurly hike where we met a lot of other dogs. Saw Gobbler's Knob and Mt. Raymond from the top. Green the entire way up.
Posted Aug 24, 2004 2:31 pm

ecallahanRoute Climbed: Mount Aire Trailhead, Millcreek Canyon Date Climbed: 5 July 2004  Sucess!

ecallahan

Took my 7week old pup to the top. Nice, leisurly hike where we met a lot of other dogs. Saw Gobbler's Knob and Mt. Raymond from the top. Green the entire way up.
Posted Aug 24, 2004 2:30 pm

Nyle WaltonRoute Climbed: south ridge from 33rd South and Wasatch Boulevard Date Climbed: February 22, 1949

Nyle Walton

On Washington's Birthday, Ronald Davis, Ronald DeWaal, and yours truly undertook the first mountain climb of our young lives. Inspired by Richard Halliburton, we tackled the small mountain immediately east of Salt Lake. Suburbia had not reached these foothills yet. Leaving Wasatch Boulevard, we had to dodge deer in their winter feeding ground to assail the first slope of "Mount Halliburton," which we dubbed the mountain since we were not aware of its actual name. It took us three hours to trudge upward through knee-deep snow to reach the summit, a disappointing achievement since we could see higher points further east and south. Nevertheless we unfurled a white cloth on which I had lettered our names and the date. Three sophomores from South High School then posed proudly for pictures before trudging back down to Wasatch Boulevard and home.
The following year (1950) Ronald Davis and I went on to greater glory on the Grand Teton and Popocatepetl. Subsequently during the following decade, I climbed Orizaba, Mount Rainier, the Matterhorn, Huayna Potosi, and Mont Blanc. In 1971 I completed my mountaineering career in the Cordillera Blanca of Peru by summiting Vallanaraju and attempting Huascaran. More casually I hiked up Vesuvius, Fuji-san, and many of the higher peaks of the Wasatch and Mount Whitney in the Sierra Nevada. In the early eighties, I enjoyed two three-week treks in the Nepalese Himalayas, first to Everest Base Camp and two years later up the Kali Gandaki and around Annapurna. Now I am too old to climb anything but a few flights of stairs. Why must youth be wasted on the young?
Posted Aug 7, 2004 10:04 am

ScottAire  Sucess!
Date Climbed: Jun 13, 1986

Scott

I've climbed a few times when growing up.

The first trip I remember was probably June 13-14 1986 (?) when I slept on the north end of the very rocky summit with my Dad and brother Mark. It wasn't the best campsite, but I wanted to sleep there.

The last time I was on the summit was with my wife Kimberly on August 30 2008.
Posted Feb 5, 2004 9:58 pm

belexesRoute Climbed: Elbow Fork Date Climbed: July 4, 2002  Sucess!

belexes

I hiked Mount Aire only. It's a nice short hike, though it's steeper than I had expected.
Posted Feb 4, 2004 9:10 pm

PellucidWombatRoute Climbed: Elbow Fork, Ridgeline Date Climbed: Many times, all seasons  Sucess!

PellucidWombat

Every time I head up this peak I have an excellent time.
Posted Feb 4, 2004 7:33 pm

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