This is the sister peak to Lowry Top, which is slightly higher in elevation to the east. It is a fairly straightforward ascent directly from a fork on Skyline Drive.
From Spring City, take Spring City Canyon Road east for 11.8 miles to Skyline Drive. Go left (north) on Skyline Drive for 2.1 miles and park at the fork.
Lowry Top Only
From the fork on Skyline Drive, ascend the slope to the northwest via the path of least resistance.
Round-trip Distance: 0.9 miles
Elevation Gain: 475 feet
Loop with Lowry Top
Best starting point is the fork on Skyline Drive. From here, ascend the slope to the northeast to first get to the summit of Peak 11110. Once there, turn to the east and follow the class 2 ridgeline that has no trail to the summit of Lowry Top. Descend to the south from this summit and meet the upper portion of the trail back to the Lowry Top Trailhead.
Round-trip Distance: 3.88 miles
Elevation Gain: 700 feet
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No permits or reservations needed. Please practice "Leave No Trace" ethics.
Best times are in the summer and fall due to accessibility. The snow lingers a while on the dirt roads. Winter ascents are possible but would be quite long.
There are many primitive sites but also a good number of developed campgrounds that are listed on the Wasatch Plateau page.