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Lone Peak

Climb to the top of this 11,000 foot Wasatch Peak which rises above Salt Lake City with a massive glacial cirque.
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Rating: 5 out of 5 by EveryTrail members
Difficulty: Unknown
Length: 11.7 miles
Duration: Unknown

Overview :  This is a fairly strenuous climb to the top of one of the tallest peaks of the Wasatch Range. Reaching the cliff-lined summit will... more »

Tips:  Directions:
The trailhead 2.6 miles up the Corner Canyon Road off the town of Draper. The trailhead is at 5,700. Use the track to... more »

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Points of Interest

1. Trailhead

Trailhead for the Jacobs Ladder Trail.

2. Trail Intersection

Jacobs Ladder and Draper Ridge Trail Intersection.

3. Outlaw Cabin

There is a side trail to the left that heads to the Outlaw Cabin. Instead head right up into the glacial cirque.

4. Scrambling

From here you will need to find your way to the top. There is a steep headwall that can be climbed up to the left. I've adapted a route that a fellow everytrail user climbed up via a small coulouir. Use your best judgement. Once you get up onto the summit ridge you will be scrambling over rocks to the top as the visible trail disappears. Be... More

5. Summit of Lone Peak

At 11,253 feet you are at the top of this beautiful mountain standing above a huge glacial cirque that faces the valley and the town of Sandy.