North ridge of Marsh Peak

From left to right, Marsh Peak (12240'), 12142, "Fish Lake Peak" (12060'), and 11951, viewed from the "summit" of 11139 which is located to the northeast.

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Scott

Scott - Oct 9, 2012 9:24 am - Hasn't voted

Just there

We were just there (11,139) the day before yesterday. I'd bet that almost no one climbs this inconspicuous knob. It's the eastern most peak in the Uinta Mountains that rises above timberline. Going east, no other peaks rise above timberline for something like 180 miles.

ZeeJay

ZeeJay - Oct 9, 2012 9:31 am - Hasn't voted

Re: Just there

Yes, I noticed your Fish Lake Peak page and wondered if 11139 is what you referred to as "Timberline Point". I'd bet that almost no one climbs any of the peaks in that area. I went on at least 6 hikes in that region this summer and didn't even see anyone on the trails although there were a few cars in the parking lots.

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