Take 3300 South east from Wasatch Boulevard, the road turns north and leads to a parking lot. From here a trail winds around some homes then splits with two different trails leading up seperate ridges towards Grandeur...either can be taken to the summit.
We took the slightly more southern trail up...the first part of the climb is very steep trail, then eases up (still steep overall however) all the way up this prominent ridge to the peak. Partway up, the trail from the more northerly ridge joins. We took the northern trail on the descent, it too has some very steep, slippery sections. This route climbs about 3,200 feet in just over two miles and is quite a workout!
Just a good pair of boots. Because of the western exposure, it's snowfree by about mid-April, and in times of low snow, can easily be climbed in winter.
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