Mount Timpanogos

Mount Timpanogos

Mount Timpanogos is the second-highest summit of the Wasatch Mountains (only Mt Nebo is higher). It is a very dominant feature that towers over much of Utah Valley. It rises 7,000 feet from the valley floor and draws your gaze again and again. It is one of Utah’s most recognizable mountains, and it is certainly the most climbed destination. Mt. Timpanogos is a huge mountain, extending almost seven miles north to south, with many of its peaks reaching over 11,000 feet.

Two trails are commonly used to reach the summit. The first is the Aspen Grove Trail, which is very scenic and passes several waterfalls, and runs 8.3 miles one way. The second is Timpooneke Trail, which runs about 7.5 miles one way. Timpooneke Trail is not as steep and we think it’s the better hike (but it’s up to you to choose your own adventure!). Most people do the hike in one long day, but it can also be done as an enjoyable overnighter. Early August is the best time to hike if you also want to see an incredible display of wildflowers.

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