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edgeYeeeeeeah, Booooy!  Sucess!
Date Climbed: Sep 20, 2015


After over a year of climbing in the Wasatch, I've finally done it!! Completing all of the Wasatch 11'ers has been quite the task! It's been an absolutely amazing experience. Sometimes it's been a little frustrating bagging all of them (I'm looking at you Pk 11010 and pk 11007). But even some of the more insignificant mountains have provided me with loads of cool vistas and great experiences. Definitely worth it to complete this challenge. I'll be back for a couple of the classics like Lone Peak, Timp, and Broad's Fork Twin Peaks for sure. Highly recommend this list or at least some of these mountains!
Posted Sep 20, 2015 6:06 pm

AjaxHikerLong project  Sucess!
Date Climbed: Aug 30, 2015
I had completed the ranked 11ers some time ago, but finally completed all the unranked ones on this list as well by nabbing AF South and unnamed 11007 as add-ons to the Bullion Divide. Good feeling to have visited so many diverse places in the Wasatch!
Posted Sep 9, 2015 3:00 pm

apachedinoFinally  Sucess!
Date Climbed: Sep 18, 2013


Finished with an ascent of Razorback Ridge on South Timp. Cant believe it took me this long as some of these peaks (like Lone) I have done 10 different ways. I have not run all the peaks like runbyu1 above as I think alot of the peaks do not make for pleasant running and boots are a more enjoyable option (East Provo, North Thunder etc), I did however run Timp and Pfeifferhorn a few times during my ultra days and they make for fine runs. 2:48 RT on Timp is something I am proad of still. Can't recall, but I wrote Pfeiffs somewhere too, somewhere in the 2:30+ range I believe. Highlights: Hematoma Quad from Coalpit and down Big Willow (with snow), Cottonwood Ridge via Deaf Smith on Broads, Freedom Ridge for East Provo, (all the ridge runs a re pretty classy), snowboarding the North Coulior on Nebo, South Summit Coulior on Lone, Hypodermic Needle Coulior on N. Thunder, Triple Traverse (nearly mandatory for a utah hiker), Everest Ridge on Timp, Grunge up/Cold Fusion Glissade down on N. Timp. Lots of good times in these mountains and plenty more to come. I feel so lucky to have grown up in such an easily accesible area. It has shaped my life for sure.
Posted Oct 26, 2013 6:23 pm

runbyu1Ran 'em all!  Sucess!
Date Climbed: Sep 20, 2013


Finally! Yesterday's ascent of Bomber Peak and North Timp marked the finale for me of running to the top of all the 11,000+ ft peaks in the Wasatch! What an incredible experience that brought with it many challenges, tense moments, and beautiful times!
I'm a bit shocked that no one else has signed this climbers log as I am sure a few others have completed this challenge. As far as I know, I am the first to run as much as possible while completing each mountain---if not, I would love to hear if someone else has! Thanks to Summitpost for helping me find the routes to each summit and to AltraFootwear.com for the couple of sturdy pair of Lone Peak shoes that got me to all the summits!
Posted Sep 21, 2013 2:00 am

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