Willard Peak (9,763 ft) and Ben Lomond Peak (9,712 ft) are the two high points dominating the Northern end of the Wasatch Mountains, above Ogden, Utah.
Deseret Peak (11,031 ft) is one of Utah's Ultra Prominent Peaks, is the tallest mountain in the Stansbury Mountain range, and the Tooele County highpoint. Therefore, this 9 mile loop is popular among peak baggers and those looking for an "easy" summit. This trail gains 3,700 ft in just 4 miles, is dog friendly, and offers amazing views of the surrounding area.
Gobblers Knob (10,220 ft) and Mt. Raymond (10,197 ft) are two peaks every Peak Bagger wants to summit. Both are on the Big Cottonwood Canyon (BCC) & Millcreek Canyon ridgeline, so they can be accessed via either canyon. The most popular route is up Butler Fork in BCC, which is heavily visited on weekends during summer.
Ben Lomond Peak is the prominent peak above Ogden, Utah in the Northern Wasatch Mountains and sits at an elevation of 9,711 ft! About Ben Lomond Peak can be access from four different trails - North Skyline Trail (this blog post), Willard
Hiking to the Pfeifferhorn in Little Cottonwood Canyon is a peak baggers dream! This peak sits at an elevation of 11,329 ft! About The trail follows forested route that passes an alpine lake, Red Pine Lake, before reaching the ridge, and then