That would be awesome Dean. Let me know when (if) you are coming up later. There are many peaks I'd prefer to have a partner to do with.
I wish I could travel around the west like you do to different out of the way places but my schoolwork keeps me pretty confined to daytrips and overnighters :-(
Thanks Larry. I almost got over into Colorado this trip but not quite. I did Mt. Peale and Mt. Waas in the LaSals and Eccentric peak in the Uintas but maybe next year I'll be able to get across that fabled Colorado border for some of the good ones there. I appreciate the vote.
Nice page Dean. Thanks.
Thanks Martin for the vote. Utah is a pretty neat state but Washington is still number one. Gotta get into the cascades soon and enjoy what we have in this state. Take care.
Great page Dean! THanks for sharing and you take care!
Thanks Britt for your kind remarks and your vote.
Nice peak. And a walk up! My kind of place!
Great page Dean. Thorough info. including historical bits. Great job!
Thanks Radek. I can't wait until my trip to Utah. My tick list is a mile long. Whatta state.
Saw it once, wanted to climb it at first glance.
I am fond of this area. Haven't been able to climb Mt. Ellen yet, but I read this page with anticipation. Thanks for posting!
Dean, thank you for this excellent page. Having this information gives one confidence when exploring in remote areas.
I followed your west side route and took the dirt "Old Notom Road" west of Caineville towards the Sandy Junction turnoff. An alternative is to take "Notom Road" to the south at the east entrance to Capitol Reef National Park. Notom Road is a paved alternative to "Old Notom Road" and passes the junction with it after 3.6 miles.