Slightly taller than Lewis, Eyrie offers similarly great views.
I ran to the top of this on my way to Lewis Peak. The route from Eyrie to Lewis is a great stretch of trail. It had nice views, was relatively flat, and there were lots of wildflowers out in late May.
Didn't even know that this was a named peak. Have climbed this multiple times en route to Lewis Peak. Only saw one other person on the way up - wanted to leave early to beat the heat - but quite a few were on the trail as we were heading down.
#1 & 2 7-24-14 En route to and from Lewis Peak. Of course IVD.
Started from N. Ogden Divide. Went over all the bumps. Fun walk for me and the dogs. Beautiful views.
From the North Ogden Divide TH. Eyrie and Lewis and all the bumps in between. Stayed on the ridge the entire way, very windy and cold most of the time.
Super cold and windy above treeline. I was wearing every piece of clothing that I brought. First went over Eyrie and continued on to Lewis. On the way back, took a side trip south to P7862. Lots of ups and downs on this one.
Nice hike from the divide and back. Minor trail traffic on a Thursday. My son's first peak!
Hit the peak on the way to and then from Lewis. Hot, dry, dusty but good views of Ogden and Pineview.
Winter ascent via Jumpoff Canyon (Jagged Edge 5.5 II) and Lewis Peak.
We did this as a traverse with two cars. We started at North Ogden Divide and went to Eyrie Peak and other points along the ridge to Lewis Peak. Then we hiked down the Skyline Trail to Pineview Reservoir.
Enjoyed the views and met a lot of people on this busy trail.
Hiked the hike on Utah's first "hot" day of the year...perfect and breezy the entire way.
2 Nov 2013:
Checked distance with a GPS...3.34 miles from North Ogden Divide to Eyrie Summit. GPS said 1840 feet gain trailhead to summit.