07/29/17 on Traverse from North to Main with Andy E
Cool view of Mount Timpanogos and the Timpanogos Basin from the top. Also tons of goats!
7.1 Miles, 3749' ele. gain
We bushwhacked from the Timpooneke Campground trailhead up past the headwall into Woolly Hole Cirque, went up the scree slope from there to the northeast ridge, hit the false summit and then the true summit of North Timpanogos. After that we went across the ridge and got Bomber Peak, and then descended the Timpooneke Trail. There was awesome scenery the entire way. See "North Timp Loop" trip report for details.
Hit this guy on the way back from North Timpanogos. Started at Timpooneke trailhead. Was 16.8 miles total.
We traversed over to Bomber after having been on the summit of North Timp. I really enjoyed the ridge line trail between these two peaks. After Bomber, we then descended to the saddle between Bomber and the main summit.
With my cousin Lindsey. We found the wreckage and decended that way before traversing back towards the trail.
I was confused as to which bump the peak was so I made sure to hit all of the peaks on the ridge on the way to North Timpanogos.
I wasn't sure which bump was the real one, so I hit them all on my way to North Timp. Some guy's dog followed me the whole time. I hope he's okay...the dog.
Stopped here for a few minutes on the way back from the north summit.
I've been on and over this peak probably 5 times on varying occasions but have yet to see any of the wreckage which endowed this little peak with its current name.
05/31/14 Tagged main summit of Timp. Walked the ridge south and then back to main summit, walked the ridge north, on to Bomber and down. Great day.
Ran up to the saddle from Timpooneke and tagged Bomber on the way to North Timp. It was fascinating to be able to see the wreckage down below. We're going to make a trip up to see the wreckage sometime. It was a little difficult on the way out to be sure which Peak was North Timp, but it became apparent as we went along. Got it on the way back too.
7/21/2013 Via the Timpooneke Trail, along with the main summit and the South summit.
Up the Grunge Couloir to North Timp, then south. I'm not sure which one is the peak, but I tagged quite a few of those bumps. Trip report.
After summit-ting Timp,the winds died down a little and I decided that it was not too far from the main saddle. Climbed it and back in 40 minutes and then descended Aspen Grove
Starting from the Aspen Grove trailhead, I hiked up the Timp Glacier to the South summit. From there, I traversed over Timpanogos, Bomber Peak, and North Timpanogos. Car to car time was about 8 hours, 20 minutes.
I tagged this summit on the way from North Timpanogos (via the Grunge Couloir) to the main summit of Timpanogos. This was all shortly before twisting my ankle near Emerald Lake and walking out 7 miles on a massive, ugly mess of a joint.
There were a lot of goats around the area between North Timp and the main Timp summit, which seems to be a consistent theme here.
I may or may not have hit this point while meandering from North Timp to Timp!
Crossed over and back on way to North Timpanogos but I don't follow the 200 prominence rule. It's been hard enough to adjust to the 300 foot prominence rule:) Pics and report at http://www.willhiteweb.com/index_357.htm