Notch Peak Climber's Log

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dfox

dfox - Feb 3, 2019 3:27 pm Date Climbed: Oct 19, 2018

Incredible views!  Sucess!

Just a spectacular hike. Peering down into the canyon below from the edge of the cliff face was exhilarating!

edevart

edevart - Sep 25, 2018 5:08 pm Date Climbed: Sep 9, 2018

All alone  Sucess!

Hike up a couple hours before sunset. Didn't see another person all day. Camped along the access road. Perfectly quiet and grand. Lovely place.

Super Dave

Super Dave - May 28, 2018 11:30 am Date Climbed: Apr 23, 2018

Great hike and views  Sucess!

Excellent adventure hiking up Sawtooth Canyon. Unique terrain, then of course amazing views and exposure from the summit.. Trip Report

yadahzoemtn

yadahzoemtn - Jan 4, 2016 9:38 pm Date Climbed: Feb 7, 2015

Snow  Sucess!

First summit of this one. Lingering snow made a challenging day.

Scott

Scott - Nov 19, 2015 2:06 pm

Notch Peak  Sucess!

One of my favorite mountains. I have climbed the mountain in October 1983, April 1997, and November 1999, via various routes (Sawtooth Canyon, ridge north of Sawtooth Canyon, and the North Ridge.

boisedoc

boisedoc - May 17, 2015 11:53 pm Date Climbed: May 16, 2015

cool peak  Sucess!

the route up Sawtooth Canyon was interesting. The cliffs are amazing. as mentioned, there is also a bristlecone pine forest nearby which is worth a visit.

mtybumpo

mtybumpo - May 17, 2015 5:13 pm Date Climbed: May 16, 2015

Awesome Area!  Sucess!

What an amazing peak! The weather was terrible everywhere else but we had a great day on Notch. The cliff is terrifying and the Bristlecones are inspiring!

Moogie737

Moogie737 - Feb 15, 2015 12:04 pm Date Climbed: Feb 7, 2015

Lots of wash-bottom snow   Sucess!

Six to sixteen inches of snow nearly every bit of the way in the canyon trail made for a tiring but satisfying winter ascent of this terrific destination.

McKenna

McKenna - Dec 22, 2014 12:26 pm Date Climbed: Oct 27, 2012

Where's my wing suit?  Sucess!

Amazing rock cliffs. I've never seen rocks twist like that. Is it really the second tallest cliff in North America? Hmm.

Eleutheros

Eleutheros - Oct 24, 2014 12:22 am Date Climbed: Oct 20, 2014

Not A Soul in The House  Sucess!

Spent my 30th birthday camped up here in the silence of this Great Basin sky island. Years ago, I contemplated suicide from the base jumpers ledge, but today I made this a place of peace and joy and turned my back, symbolically, on those thoughts forever.

SabineInUtah

SabineInUtah - Oct 22, 2014 12:45 pm Date Climbed: Oct 17, 2014

Via Sawtooth Canyon  Sucess!

Great hike through a beautiful canyon with RB and AKB, up to the saddle with a view down sheer cliffs on the other side, and quick ascent to the summit. Amazing weather and views of Utah's western desert and Lake Sevier. Coyotes howling in the early morning while camping near the trailhead. Solitude and a spectacular canyon and mountain. What could be better!

Ryan Borzea

Ryan Borzea - Sep 7, 2014 4:07 pm Date Climbed: Sep 6, 2014

via Saw Tooth Canyon  Sucess!

Great hike, interesting and remote area.
Logged 7.98 miles/2300' ele. gain RT

JDrake

JDrake - Aug 27, 2014 5:54 pm Date Climbed: Jul 22, 2014

Vertigo  Sucess!

Can't fully appreciate it unless you see it in person. Pretty awesome.

Mooner

Mooner - Jun 18, 2014 3:45 am

Up I GO

00/00/14 via La Fin du Monde with Sam

ZeeJay

ZeeJay - May 26, 2014 11:07 pm Date Climbed: May 26, 2014

A Utah classic  Sucess!

One of the nicest hikes I've ever done.

scgrant

scgrant - Apr 25, 2014 12:56 am Date Climbed: Apr 17, 2016

Notch Peak  Sucess!

4/17/2016 Again from Sawtooth Canyon. This is one that is definitely worth repeating. Hiked up with my dad (Jeff Grant), Donovan Lynch, and Ben Stokes.
4/24/2014 From Sawtooth Canyon. One of the better desert hikes I have ever done. Fantastic hike. We spent a whole day in the House Range and did Swasey first and then Notch. 13 hour day when factoring the driving time from SL.

utahjimk

utahjimk - Oct 27, 2013 11:30 am Date Climbed: Oct 26, 2013

via Sawtooth Canyon  Sucess!

Some snow here and there, esp. in the narrows. Most impressive cliff I've ever seen. As I reflect on it, this hike is well deserving to be called a Utah Classic, especially for its scenery that expresses the meaning of "Great Basin". The bristlecone forest around the hill east of the saddle is beautiful! Weather couldn't have been better. With WMC group.

CalamityJane

CalamityJane - Aug 5, 2013 2:03 am Date Climbed: May 25, 2013

Don't Hold Me Back  Sucess!

Really had to put my climbing skills into play here. There was a dry fall that was a bit hard for me to negotiate, but with upper body strength of a Mastif I managed fine. The humans made me wear a leash at the summit, something about 4000 feet down, I dunno. I got this peeps, did you not see my skills at the dry fall? I clearly could multi-pitch this bad boy.

abrennalinerush

abrennalinerush - Jun 19, 2013 11:51 pm Date Climbed: May 25, 2013

I wish I'd had an increment borer with me.  Sucess!

If I'd had one, I could have gotten a bit more intimate with the bristlecone pines. As it were, the tree gods were a bit disgruntled that I nabbed myself some fallen pine cones and consequently wrapped some branches around my ankle on the way out, causing me to plank the canyon floor like a champion bellyflopper. Lucky for me, my knees are fairly resilient. I'm terrified to think about what may have happened if I'd cored one of those ancient beauts, though... ANYWAY. If you're wondering, it's 724 Brenna Steps from the saddle to the summit. You should maybe (definitely) try to best my high score.

utahguy058

utahguy058 - Jun 17, 2013 5:27 pm Date Climbed: May 25, 2013

BOO YA  Sucess!

I highly recommend this hike. It's gorgeous from top to bottom. I highly suggest that you hike around the false peak just north of Notch Peak to get into the stand of Bristlecone Pines and unforgettable view of Notch Peak.

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