My wife came with for this small hike. I carried my two kids up, ericwillhite-style. Fun hike with nice views. The wind made it a little bit chilly. Just made it before the snows came.
Went up from Guardsman Pass, also climbed PT 10420 and Clayton across the road.
After work trail run up Tri-County Peak, Scott Hill, and Point 10420.
Made this the middle one when I did Jupiter Hill, and finished up with 10,420. I was hoping to have enough time to get Scott Hill but I had to be home so I only had a few hours in the morning to play. I would also like to get Clayton (Majestic) from the Guardsman side.
Tri-County thus it shall be called. Map and pics at http://www.willhiteweb.com/big_cottonwood_canyon/scott_hill_205.htm
Looking for a quick hike while my son was napping in the Park City area. Also wanted to scout out the Guardsman Pass area for other hiking options. Lots of bang for your buck here. I went straight up the steep slope to the summit, though there is a ski area service road that wraps around the summit that makes for a less steep, though slightly longer route. The ridge has a pretty well defined trail.
Started from Guardsman Pass and did the entire ridge. The wind was blowing really had up there. Amazing views.
I've hiked the entire ridge Multiple times, so I guess I've done it!
Decided to make this climb more interesting by continuing on to the Wasatch Crest and climbing Scott and Silver peaks as well and then coming back. Very fun in the late summer.
Walked with crutches from Guardsman Pass to the top. There was some snow on the ridge and good views back toward the higher mountains.
Yes I climbed this peak. Nice little hike with good views