Wasatch - Mount Raymond (07/21/2006) This picture from Grandeur shows the ridge between Mill Creek and Big Cottonwood. Mount Rayond is in the Center, Neff Creek flows from the Mount Raymond west (over the ridge). The picture also includes Thaynes Canyon, Porter Fork and Bowman Fork.
Albion Basin (07/29/2006) Looking toward Little Cottonwood Canyon from Albion Basin.
Stairs Gulch (06/08/2006) Stair Gultch is in the center of the image with storm mountain on the right.
Storm Mountain (06/08/2006) Storm Mountain from Big Cottonwood Canyon Road.
Fall Colors (10/03/2006) Fall Colors in the Wasatch Mountains.
Wasatch Mountains (10/03/2006) Mountains and yellow aspen seen from the Alpine Loop road.
Twin Peak (02/01/2007) The Intermountain Medical Center Campus framed by the Wasatch Mountains. One thing I love about Salt Lake City is that the valley provides so many beautiful views of the mountains.
Dromedary Peak (05/15/2007) This picture shows Dromedary and Sullivan Peak from the Lake Blanche Trail in the Wasatch Mountains.
Dromedory Peak (05/15/2007) Dromedory Peak reflected in Lake Lillian along the Lake Blanche Trail.
Dromedary Peak (05/15/2007) Dromedary Peak from the Lake Blanche Trail.
Mount Aire (10/09/2007) This line of Mountain Mahogany framed by a distant ridge of Mill Creek Canyon was the best picture of the lot. I am now using the high rez version as my screen saver.
Mount Wire (03/07/2008) This picture shows the pond in Sugarhouse Park with Mount Wire in the distance.
Located just East of a major metropolis major metropolis. The Wasatch Mountains are one of the used mountain ranges in the world.
The Wasatch mountains are beneficiaries of a light lake effect snow, making the valley a haven for skiers. The mountains also provide the water needed to make the valley a rich argricultural center...well at least it did until the valley filled up with houses.
(25 pictures) Mount Timpanogas is officially part of the Unitah Moutains. It towers over American Fork in Utah Valley.
(71 pictures) Wasatch Boulevard traverses the benches at the base of the Wastach Mountains.
(12 pictures) Lone Peak is the southern most peak in the Salt Lake. It is a massive mountain with a numerous steep side caynons. Look carefully from the valley, you can see the famed Lone Peak Circ. It is a beautiful, but long hike.
(136 pictures) Mount Olympus is the most prominent peak viewed from downtown. The broad north face of the mountain appears as a solid cliff. From the central valley you see it is a steep slope.