Big Cottonwood Canyon
Big Cottonwood Canyon is a popular recreation destination in the Wasatch Mountains. The canyon sits between Mount Olympus and Twin Peaks. The canyon is home to Brighton and Solitude Ski area along with a variety of trails.
Both Big and Little Cottonwood Canyons are important components of the Salt Lake City watershed. Dogs are not allowed in the canyon. Since I am currently burdened with the care of a stray puppy, my selection of Big Cottonwood Canyon photos is sparse.
- The Wasatch Mountains (131 pictures) Big Cottonwood Canyon is in the Wasatch Mountains.
- Ferguson Canyon (64 pictures) Ferguson Canyon is at the base of Big Cottonwood Canyon.
- Sandy, Utah (150 pictures) The canyon is East of Sandy Utah.
- Mill Creek Canyon (196 pictures) Mill Creek is the next major canyon system to the North of Big Cottonwood.
- Mount Olympus (163 pictures) Mount Olympus is to the North of Big Cottonwood Canyon. The Mill B trail accesses the Mount Olympus Wilderness Area.
- Twin Peak-Wasatch Mountains (11 pictures) Twin Peak is to the South of Big Cottonwood Canyon.
- Brighton, Utah (79 pictures) Brighton is a town and ski area at the top of Big Cottonwood Canyon.
- Salt Lake City (482 pictures) The Canyon drains into the Salt Lake Valley.
- Lake Blanche Trail (115 pictures) The Lake Blanche Trail is a popular hike with access to Sundial and Dromedary Peaks.
- Park City, Utah (165 pictures) A road through Guardsman Pass connects Big Cottonwood with Park City.
- Storm Mountain (50 pictures) Storm Mountain is a recreation area with an ampitheatre, picnic tables and climbing routes in Big Cottonwood Canyon.
- Solitude Ski Resort (22 pictures) Pictures of Solitude Ski Area.
- Mill B North Fork Trail (33 pictures) The Mill B Trail accesses the Mount Olympus Wilderness area in the rugged terrain in the middle of Big Cottonwood Canyon.
- Mule Hollow (9 pictures) Mule Hollow is a short hike just above the Storm Mountain Picnic area.