Salt Lake County - American Fork Twin Peaks

Salt Lake City, Utah

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It is easy to understand Tyng’s choice for his grave. There is little vegetation near Twin Peaks, affording vistas of Timpanogos, Box Elder Peak, the jagged ridge line separating Little Cottonwood Canyon from American Fork Canyon, and the Uintas on a clear day. The Great Salt Lake is a moody blue. Since the 1920s, hikers also have been able to spot mountain goats.
Hiking Utah's Summits

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Hiking Utah's Summits

by Tom Wharton & Paula Huff (Falcon Guides)

It is easy to understand Tyng’s choice for his grave. There is little vegetation near Twin Peaks, affording vistas of Timpanogos, Box Elder Peak, the jagged ridge line separating Little Cottonwood Canyon from American Fork Canyon, and the Uintas on a clear day. The Great Salt Lake is a moody blue. Since the 1920s, hikers also have been able to spot mountain goats.

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Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Salt Lake City
Distance: 6
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Skill Level: Moderate to Difficult
Season: Best summer and fall
Local Contacts: Wasatch - Cache National Forest
Local Maps: USGS Dromedary Peak
Driving Directions: Directions to Salt Lake County - American Fork Twin Peaks

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