Mount Olympus (04/05/2016) A view of Mount Olympus from Wasatch Drive
Brockbank Drive (12/17/2016) 4500 South turns into Brockbank Drive as it climbs East of Wasatch Boulevard into the Olympus Cove. This neighborhood is part of the newly minted Mill Creek City just South of Salt Lake.
Wasatch Cleanup (09/04/2014) This mountain of garbage in the Churchill parking lot was picked up during a cleanup along Wasatch Boulevard.
Cleanup Day (09/04/2014) This mountain of garbage was created during a street cleanup day on August 7.
Dan s Food (01/29/2014) Image shows Dan's Food framed by Mount Olympus in the Cove area.
James L Sorenson Building (11/21/2013) The new James L Sorenson Biotechnology building viewed from Wasatch Drive on the University of Utah Campus.
James Sorenson Building (11/21/2013) The new James L Sorenson Biotechnology building viewed from Wasatch Drive on the University of Utah Campus.
Unwrapping the Garage (11/21/2013) The University is still unwrapping this new garage off Wasatch Drive. The Moran Eye Center is center right in the picture.
James L Sorenson Biotch Building (11/21/2013) The James L. Sorenson Biotechnology building is brick on the South Side and Glass on the North, The architects designed a fun front extension to highlight the transition.
Wasatch Bouldevard (08/22/2008) This officer directed people away from the safe sidewalk onto an extremely dangerous side road that was being used as a detour for Wasathc Boulevard during the 3300 South bridge moving project.
Mount Olympus (03/15/2009) Mount Olympus viewed from Mill Creek memorial park on Wasatch Drive.
3300 South Bridge (08/22/2008) The 3300 South Bridge was constructed in an open area at 3900 South and is now taking a mile ride to its placement.
Design Work (06/16/2008) Workers are making the molds for the concrete design on the 3300 South Bridge.
Keybank (07/12/2008) Keybank at Wasatch Boulevard and Apollo in the Olympus Cove. I know where I took the picture as I cleverly included the street sign.
Foothill Drive and Wasatch Boulevard wrap around the east end of the Salt Lake Valley. The new Bonneville Trail bridges on Parley's canyon makes it easier to ride your bikes from the University along the base of the mountains to Draper. There are a few steep hills on the road, as it drops at the entrance of Big and Little Cottonwood canyon.
The headquarters for overstock.com are at the base of Big Cottonwood Canyon...which justifies my putting an ad on this page.
The Mill Creek Township (East) Map shows the intersection of Wasatch Boulevard and I80. At this intersection Wasatch merges with I215. You then have a choice of going East on I80 to Park City, West to Reno. If you stay heading north, you will pop out on Foothill Road.