The Wasatch Mountains

130 Pictures: 0-20 , 21-40 , 40-60 , 60-80 , 80-100 , 100-120 , 120-130

Lake in Bells CanyonLake in Bells Canyon (05/08/2001)

Wasatch RangeWasatch Range (06/14/2001) Arrrgggh, the name of the mountain escapes me for the moment

Mount OlympusMount Olympus (03/25/2001)

Mount OlympusMount Olympus (03/25/2001)

Tram BuildingTram Building (03/25/2001) The Tram Building at Snowbird

Cliff Lodge -- SnowbirdCliff Lodge -- Snowbird (03/25/2001)

SnowbirdSnowbird (05/25/2001)

Little Cottonwood Creek--SnowbirdLittle Cottonwood Creek--Snowbird (03/25/2001)

Cliff LodgeCliff Lodge (03/25/2001) Looking at the Cliff Lodge from below the tram

Cliff Lodge at SnowbirdCliff Lodge at Snowbird (03/25/2001)

Ski RunSki Run (03/25/2001)

Lodges at SnowbirdLodges at Snowbird (03/25/2001) I admit, they did a good job on constructing these lodges

Donut FallsDonut Falls (07/04/2001) Donut falls is a natural bridge in the Wasatch Mountains.

Snow DaySnow Day (01/18/2001) Looking toward Neff Canyon

Grandeur PeakGrandeur Peak (01/24/2001) I believe this is grandeur peak.

Parley s CanyonParley s Canyon (01/24/2001) Mouth of Parley's Canyon

Mouth of Parley s CanyonMouth of Parley s Canyon (01/24/2001) You can see one of the overpasses created for the Bonneville shoreline trail.

WasatchWasatch (01/24/2001) This is a small canyon in what I believe is Mount Grandeur.

Wasatch MountainsWasatch Mountains (01/24/2001)

Parley s CanyonParley s Canyon (01/24/2001) Looking north toward parley's canyon from 3900 South.

130 Pictures: 0-20 , 21-40 , 40-60 , 60-80 , 80-100 , 100-120 , 120-130

The Wasatch Mountains

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.

Context: Mountains

Salt Lake City (439 pictures) The Wasatch Mountains define the east side of the Salt Lake Valley.

City Creek Canyon (35 pictures) City Creek Canyon drains directly into downtown Salt Lake.

Twin Peak-Wasatch Mountains (11 pictures) Twin Peaks sit between Little and Big Cottonwood Canyon.

Mount Timapnogos (25 pictures) Mount Timpanogas is officially part of the Unitah Moutains. It towers over American Fork in Utah Valley.

Wasatch Boulevard (71 pictures) Wasatch Boulevard traverses the benches at the base of the Wastach Mountains.

Lone Peak (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.

Mount Olympus (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.

Wasatch Mountain State Park (14 pictures) Wasatch Mountain State Park is on the East Side of the Wasatch Mountains near Midway.

2002 SLC Games (64 pictures) The Wasatch Mountains will be one of the main attractions during the 2002 Winter Games, and will feature prominently in all the alpine events.

Park City, Utah (164 pictures) Park City is a resort town on the East side of the Wasatch Mountains.

Mill Creek Canyon (193 pictures) Mill Creek Canyon provides recreational access to the Wastach. You can access Mill Creek Canyon Road from Wasatch Boulevard at about 3700 South.


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