Terrific TR and now I have to re-visit to check out all the pics you've posted. I've been spending all of my time visiting all the peaks in the "southern" Wasatch but it looks like I need to get a bit further north this coming year. Very inspiring and front cover stuff.
Thanks for the nice comments, Dean. Now that you mention it, I think I actually need to get back down to the southern Wasatch (I'd love to do Timpanogos again). Both areas have plenty to keep one busy.
I never tire of looking at photos of my favorite Wasatch mountains. May you have many more days climbing these peaks.
but on my computer screen the right-aligned and left-aligned images overlap one another.Not sure what would you need to do to accomodate smaller-width monitors ... maybe wrap the whole text into a table of preset width? Or just arrange pairs of images as mini-html tables.
Thanks, and I really liked your Grand Canyon TR. Makes me want to get down there ASAP. Sorry about the format issues. I like filling the screen with larger pictures, but the drawback is that it doesn't look so great on smaller-width monitors. Do you know if there's been a forum that has instructions for how to set up these kinds of tables?
This TR and pictures are so awesome, I just spent an hour going through all of them. Time well sspent in my opinion! Wow! Very nice pics man!
Thanks for the kind comments. Mount Superior and Pfeifferhorn definitely don't lack for good views!
Fun trip report - certainly makes a hiker salivate for summer in the Wasatch. Thanks for sharing.
Thanks, Rob. Maybe one of these days I'll get into snow hikes/climbs so that I don't have to go through withdrawal each winter.
I climbed the Pfeifferhorn yesterday. It was an awesome climb. I read your trip report before the climb. Thanks for the info.
David, glad the report helped out. Next time you're down here we'll have to go on a hike.
My husband and I are headed to Mt. Superior tomorrow. I wanted to read up on it and see what we are in for. We did Pfeifferhorn this summer...and it was amazing! It was the most intense scrambling I'd done to date, but cool nonetheless. Thanks for the story...I'm even more excited to summit this peak tomorrow!
Yeah, they're two of my favorite Wasatch peaks. Good luck on Superior!