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Jared ScottRoute Climbed: Aspen Grove and Timpanookee Date Climbed: Many times  Sucess!
An awesome Wasatch front peak! 2nd time up was jogging up with the local cross-country team.
Posted Nov 25, 2003 1:19 pm

MrWasatchRoute Climbed: both Date Climbed: multiple  Sucess!

MrWasatch

Multiple trips up both Aspen Grove and Timpooneke trails. Both are long and very scenic. Hope to bag some of the secondary summits soon.
Posted Sep 26, 2003 12:44 pm

belexesRoute Climbed: Aspen Grove Date Climbed: August 3, 2002  Sucess!

belexes

Weather was good, mostly sunny, though it was windy and cold at the summit. Lots of hikers on the trail, pretty typical for a summer afternoon. Great views from the summit.
Posted Aug 22, 2003 2:17 pm

ScottTimp  Sucess!
Date Climbed: Jul 4, 1981

Scott

I've been all over this mountain many, many times as it's the best peak in the Rockies.

The first time I climbed the peak was on July 4 1981, just after turning seven years old. Last time I climbed the peak was on August 30 1998.

Some other ascents (there are more than the ones below):

July 1984
July 1987
July 4 1992
September 1993
August 1994
September 29 1996
Posted Aug 21, 2003 1:06 pm

grandwazooRoute Climbed: Aspen Grove & Timpanooke Trail Date Climbed: Many times  Sucess!

grandwazoo

My most favorite mountain
Posted Jul 29, 2003 10:16 pm

PellucidWombatRoute Climbed: Aspen Grove Date Climbed: June 9, 2003  Sucess!

PellucidWombat

A nice 4.5 hour hike to the top. There was still a lot of snow, and my ice axe was definitely vital. Snow level was just under 10,000 feet, and I had to break trail to get to the saddle. The glissade down the "glaciar" was a little tricky, since an earlier avalanche had left a 4-7ft deep crown stretching across most of the slope. I had to downclimb the upper slope (which was about a 50 degree slope) and traverse far enough to the side to glissade down to the side of the crown.

The weather that day was rainy, but the clouds cleared just long enough to reach the summit and get off the ridgeline before I got pelted with sleet.
Posted Jun 16, 2003 11:02 pm

tonybell1Route Climbed: Timpanooke Trail Date Climbed: July 2001  Sucess!

tonybell1

Long day, beautiful on the summit
Posted Mar 2, 2003 7:13 pm

bighigazRoute Climbed: Timpanooke Trail Date Climbed: 1995  Sucess!

bighigaz

My cousin Dane Sorensen and I set out to climb to the peak as quickly as possible the summer after I graduated from highschool, and if I remember right we made it in 3.5 hours or so... I doubt if I could do it that quickly again, but it was amazing, the mountain goats were friendly, and I scratched my girlfriends name in the summit "hut"... It's time to go back and make sure it gets scratched out, if it is still there!!! I've never seen more beautiful valleys with such amazing flowers in my life! According to my cousin, they were in the middle of a serious droubt... could've fooled me! There was also remnants of an avalanche, and a little "ice cave" underneath the snow and Ice with a stream running out of it. Utah is trully a beautiful place.
Posted Dec 23, 2002 4:30 pm

DeanRoute Climbed: Timpanooke route Date Climbed: July 2000  Sucess!

Dean

My son-in-law and I made this an overnighter, camping out at the 10000 foot mark and then getting up early to finish the hike/climb. We finished the next day, facing into a stiff westerly wind. The wind died as we got to the metal hut that is on top of the peak and couldn't find the register that was supposed to be there. The view was outstanding in all directions, especially the one that is straight down its east face (1500 feet).

(I had been up it before as a day hike via the Aspen Grove trail but the overnighter was special)
Posted Dec 10, 2002 11:16 am

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