Monday, September 14, 2015

Reynolds Peak, Big Water/Little Water Loop, Millcreek Canyon, Wasatch-Cache National Forest- September 2015

This is a peak I like to climb as it is a nice walk in the woods then you end up on a very nice peak. I had some friends in town from Oregon and they wanted to get out in the Wasatch for a hike. I decided that walking up to Reynolds Peak would give them a birds eye view of the Wasatch. We made really good time up on the Big Water Trail. The temps were perfect and not a cloud in the sky. The last 1/2 miles was steep and full of views. We all found ourselves on the peak standing at a central point in the Wasatch. We spent some time up there taking in the view. There is a geocache box that has a summit log in it that we all signed. I shot a nice pano up there to give the viewer a perspective of the view up there. The hike down the Little Water Trail was very nice and very quiet. Gone are the crowds of summer, and fall is creeping in. Below are a couple of photos from the day. The dirt path party has switched to fall, and the colors are gonna start changing. More adventures to come!

1 comment:

  1. That sure was an awesome hike! Thanks again for taking us low-altituders up to some very thin air.