Flat Top Mountain (UT) Climber's Log

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vanman798 - Feb 13, 2011 7:08 pm Date Climbed: Feb 12, 2011

Ski Tour  Sucess!

Skied this peak with Sean Peckham. Loved the views.


seanpeckham - Feb 13, 2011 1:10 am Date Climbed: Feb 12, 2011

Ski tour via Lewiston Peak  Sucess!

This was my third trip to the Oquirrhs for skiing/peak-bagging, and the first time there was no whiteout on the summit. I was very glad to finally see the incredible views.


ZeeJay - Dec 22, 2010 2:54 pm Date Climbed: Oct 27, 2007

Nice hike

10/27/2007 Up the west side of Lewiston, over to Flat Top, and down Halls Basin.

8/4/2001 With Fred G., as above, but also made a side trip to 10340 which is east of Flat Top.


Pharmacist - Jul 14, 2010 11:52 pm Date Climbed: Jul 14, 2010

Nice Views  Sucess!

nice views, the trail is pretty overgrown, and lots of flies. 2wd TRD tacoma made it up and down the road fine. started about half mile below the saddle. 3 hours up, 1hr45min down. lots of flowers too.


Pfeiffer75 - May 9, 2010 10:21 pm Date Climbed: Oct 13, 2009

Expensive Hike  Sucess!

Climbed from the main saddle at 8000 feet up South Fork Canyon. Pretty straightforward climb to Lewiston and then a ridge walk over to Flat Top. The drive was the worst part. Ended up doing $400 of damage to the underbody of my ford getting hung up on a boulder in South Fork canyon

Second climb on 6/4/2012. The road up south fork canyon is still in bad shape

utclimber - Dec 12, 2009 8:48 pm Date Climbed: Dec 12, 2009

Snowy and Windy  Sucess!

I climbed Lewiston and Flat Top today with very low visibility. Not too much snow yet, maybe a foot or a little more up high. Flat Top probably received 4 inches or so today while I was up there.


kteichert - Nov 4, 2009 10:31 pm Date Climbed: Nov 4, 2009

First Ultra!  Sucess!

I've started my list of Ultra peaks now. This was a magnificent peak. Definitely know why they call it Flat Top. And I had it all to myself! I didn't see a single other person the entire day. It was a gorgeous day with light winds from the south. It was warm and I was in a t-shirt all day. Absolutely perfect day!


Tracy - Jun 28, 2009 6:47 am Date Climbed: Jun 27, 2009

7:00 PM summit  Sucess!

Hiked this one with my 18-year old son. Spur of the moment decision. Tougher than I expected. Beautiful day for a hike though. 2.5 hours up and 1.5 hours down. Hiked from 8,100-foot elevation trailhead that originates from road out of Ophir Canyon. We were the second set of signatures in the logbook for the day. See summit log of Mr. Winters below ;-).


rmjwinters - Jun 27, 2009 9:47 pm Date Climbed: Jun 27, 2009

South Fork Road  Sucess!

Drove up South Fork from Ophir to 8,060 ft and the trailhead. Ascended to the west ridge and contoured on Lewiston Peak's northwest slopes to the summit. Ran into a herd of elk on the ridge. Returned via Lewiston Peak's summit on down the west ridge adding about 0.3 miles to the roundtrip 6.8 miles.


Dean - Jun 9, 2009 7:40 am Date Climbed: Jun 5, 2009

2nd visit, this time via Lewiston Peak  Sucess!

A friend from Seattle really wanted this mountain so I consented to doing it again. Driving the road was a reminder that this most likely will be the last time I ever do this peak. It was worse than I remembered but at least the road was open. I drove to 8100 feet and parked and we then found the trail which helped us to Lewiston Peak. From there we descended snow to the connector ridge to Flat Top Peak, which we enjoyed for about five minutes before an electrical storm in the area chased us off.


csfoster - Jun 1, 2009 8:55 pm Date Climbed: May 30, 2009

From Ophir  Sucess!

First peak of the hiking season. Was great to see the Oquirrh Mtn. Range. I had no idea how beautiful these mountains are.


morgthom75 - Jun 1, 2009 4:30 pm Date Climbed: May 30, 2009

Crazy Hike  Sucess!

This was my first "real" hike in a few years. I'm newly married, and mostly out of shape. This was a tough one for me. The weather was iffy, there were pouring rainstorms and intimidating thunder storms surrounding us the majority of the hike. We lucked out and never got hit with it. The trail was shoddy, at best, and very frustrating at times. It was very rewarding, however. The views were spectacular! A very interesting location, which I knew almost nothing about. Very glad I did it, and will hopefully come back later in life. Loved it.


apachedino - Dec 8, 2008 7:21 pm Date Climbed: Dec 6, 2008

Doorbell?  Sucess!

Happy to say the road to the saddle is open, though very rough. Also no one has descrebed "Val's trail" which switches back through the forest before meeting up with lewiston ridge at a small saddle. Lot's of very old tree carvings here (almost all before 80's many from early 1900's, one from 1907! Lot's of helicopter activity and landing on the ridges, fresh tire tracks from them in the snow on both lewiston and flat top. What is with the doorbell on the solar shed on flat top? that is eery, is there like a tunnel that goes down below that because there is absolutely no use for a doorbell for a shed that small. Weird.

Very warm day, more like September than december, very clear with views from logan to Uintahs, entire wasatch front, Mine camp peak, Ibapah, moroni, Wheeler peak (maybe even North schell? not sure but very far away, further than wheeler but to the north.) Pilot and the raft river range and everything in between. Fabulous, fog in the salt flats down low in the morning gave the appearance of islands to all the small ranges to the west.


byates - Dec 8, 2008 12:30 pm

December, many a moon ago.  Sucess!

Did Via Ophir Canyon, poor snow in the wasatch, went for something unique, I think in 94.


ericwillhite - Apr 27, 2008 1:59 am Date Climbed: Apr 26, 2008

South Fork Road  Sucess!

The South Fork Road was blocked at its start 1.2 miles past Ophir. Did a great climb loop trip climbing Porphyry Hill, Peak 8790, Lewiston, Flat Top, "East Flat Top" 10,340, and Peak 9925. Dropped down 9925 NW Ridge in perfect snowshoing conditions. Thats 5 ranked summits and Lewiston in 9.5 hours, 6300 gain, 14 miles RT. Trip report at http://www.willhiteweb.com/utah_climbing/oquirrh_mountains/flat_top_mountain_181.htm


soccerman - Nov 17, 2007 10:17 pm Date Climbed: Nov 17, 2007

From Ophir  Sucess!

Climbed from Ophir and traversed Mt. Lewiston ridge. We made a stop on top of Mt. Lewiston while we were at it. A very nice day.


CubicleSlave - Feb 1, 2007 11:54 pm Date Climbed: Jan 22, 2007


Almost made it but inclimate weather stopped us after we slogged through knee deep snow.. I'll never forget my snowshoes again!


MrWasatch - Jul 3, 2005 3:58 pm

Route Climbed: West Ridge Date Climbed: 7/2/2005

Climbed Lewiston Peak via West Ridge, Ophir Canyon. Stopped short of Flat Top due to time constraints. Having a high clearance vehicle would've helped considerably, as we had to walk the road three miles each way just to reach the pass at 8,060 feet on Lewiston's ridge.

Bob Bolton

Bob Bolton - Dec 21, 2004 1:48 am

Route Climbed: Mt. Lewiston Date Climbed: September 4, 2004  Sucess!

This climb was done in marginal weather, very cool and wet for early September. It wound up being the first of eight 5000-foot prominence peaks in eight days, five in Utah and three in Nevada. The other seven in order were Nebo, Ibapah, Deseret, and Timanogos in Utah, followed by Wheeler, North Schell, and Star in Nevada. Fun trip!


Scott - Dec 20, 2004 12:25 pm

Route Climbed: West Canyon Date Climbed: May 12, 1996  Sucess!

Early season, the West Canyon gate was open, and we were allowed to pass. We climbed the peak, with lots of snow. We didn't bring snowshoes and this slowed us down.

I like the Oquirrh's, but unfortunately, the range has some significant private property issues. Luckily, this is about the only range in Utah that has many private property issues.

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