Box Elder County - Bull Mountain

Snowville, Utah

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Hang gliding is new to this range, which hosts Box Elder County’s highest peak, Bull Mountain, at 9,920 feet. Surrounding canyons are wide and lush with perennial streams in the bottom. At the base, pinyons mix with mountain mahogany, then sweep up to conifers. Cattle raising, sheep grazing, and mining are more conventional uses. Hunters and all-terrain vehicle enthusiasts flock to the rolling hills and maze of roads.
Hiking Utah's Summits

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Hiking Utah's Summits

by Tom Wharton & Paula Huff (Falcon Guides)

Hang gliding is new to this range, which hosts Box Elder County’s highest peak, Bull Mountain, at 9,920 feet. Surrounding canyons are wide and lush with perennial streams in the bottom.

At the base, pinyons mix with mountain mahogany, then sweep up to conifers. Cattle raising, sheep grazing, and mining are more conventional uses. Hunters and all-terrain vehicle enthusiasts flock to the rolling hills and maze of roads.

©  Tom Wharton & Paula Huff/Falcon Guides. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Snowville
Distance: 9
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Skill Level: Moderate
Season: Best summer and fall
Local Contacts: Sawtooth National Forest
Local Maps: USGS Rosevere Point, Standrod
Driving Directions: Directions to Box Elder County - Bull Mountain

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