(if you are on your way from Wolverine to Catherine Pass.) A great hike (or run) is to go up Grizzly Gulch to Twin Lakes Pass, climb Patsy Marley to the South, follow the rim around Wolverine Cirque to Wolverine, Tuscarora, Catherine Pass, and descend Albion to your start.
Bagged these two peaks as part of a loop from Silver Lake, over to Catherine Basin and down past Lake Mary. An easy hike with outstanding views, and I loved the Wolverine Cirque. Saw a bull moose on the trail to Twin Lakes.
Wolverine and Tuscarora are two really nice mountains with a short approach. I climbed them during the Brighton Ridge Run. There was a thunderstorm to the north of us that made us descend down the ridge in a hurry.
Bagged both of these on a snowboard, pre-splitboard days - postholing with fellow ski/snowboard school instructor Ken. Tuscarora Chute was amazing, very few tracks!
I climbed these two along with Pioneer and Sunset with my Grandson. Pleasent hikeing with wonderful views. I most recently climbed these from Millicent on Sept 19 2005. Great Fall hike.
This is a fun warm up peak. Very fun and great views
9/3/10- With Jun32. We ran from the guard shack at Alta to the summit of Tuscarora and then over to Wolverine. 1:04 up and about 35 minutes down. What a fun trail that is to run.
A fun romp. I recall lots of subalpine buttercups on Tuscarora.
One of the most enjoyable peaks in the Wasatch. Summited many times, a wonderful half-day peak from various sides.
Been up Wolverine twice and Tuscarora twice also looped from the Twin Lakes side.
Good all year round.
Fun climb, nice views. I was very suprised as to how much it and Tuscarora changed appearances from different views. I was also awestruck by the cirque. Although small, it is rugged and is certainly the most accessible cirque in the Wasatch!