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Viewed from the NE
American Fork Twin Peaks viewed from the NE, about .2 miles west of the summit of Wolverine. From left to right, 11391, AFTP east (11433), AFTP west (11489), a little bit of Red Top (11380), and Mount Baldy (11068). AFTP is the high point of Salt Lake County, Utah. 3-19-2009


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Voted 10/10

they look like a fun climb
Posted Mar 19, 2009 2:18 pm

ZeeJayRe: nice


Hasn't voted

Thanks, they are a fun climb. I went to the west twin over Red Top two days ago.
Posted Mar 19, 2009 9:37 pm

lcarreauOnly my opinion ...


Voted 10/10

A person needs a very good set of lungs to
try something like this. Sure, one step in
front of the other; but then, your lungs
start burning from the elevation gain.

Dean said that he "almost bought the farm" on
the twins. Think there was less snow when he
did it. (The snow acts as a great cushion for
a fall, right ???)

Thanks for posting, Judy. : )
Posted Mar 30, 2009 12:42 am

ZeeJayRe: Only my opinion ...


Hasn't voted

Dean went the hard way when he "almost bought the farm". I've gone down that way, but never up it. The way I go when there is snow is completely on the other side and has no exposure, but is very steep in spots. Coming down is fun because you can go really fast.
Posted Mar 30, 2009 9:12 pm

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on Mar 19, 2009 2:05 pm

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Lat/Lon: 40.55170°N / 111.6561°W
Object Title: Viewed from the NE

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