Gobblers Knob

Salt Lake City, Utah

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From the pass you can go west to Mount Raymond, or east up Gobblers Knob. Take the east trail, ascending to first peak at 10,224 feet. About 0.5 mile east, the highest peak rises to 10,245 feet. Both have excellent views of downtown Salt Lake City, Mill Creek Canyon, upper Big Cottonwood Canyon, and south to the Alpine Ridge. To the south and a little east you can see the tram at the top of the Snowbird Resort. To the east you can see the tall peaks of the High Uintas Wilderness Area.
100 Hikes in Utah

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100 Hikes in Utah

by Steve Mann & Rhett Olson (The Mountaineers Books)

From the pass you can go west to Mount Raymond, or east up Gobblers Knob. Take the east trail, ascending to first peak at 10,224 feet. About 0.5 mile east, the highest peak rises to 10,245 feet.

Both have excellent views of downtown Salt Lake City, Mill Creek Canyon, upper Big Cottonwood Canyon, and south to the Alpine Ridge. To the south and a little east you can see the tram at the top of the Snowbird Resort. To the east you can see the tall peaks of the High Uintas Wilderness Area.

©  Steve Mann & Rhett Olson/The Mountaineers Books. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Salt Lake City
Distance: 8
Elevation Gain: 3,920 feet
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Skill Level: Moderate
Duration: 6 to 8 hours
Season: July to October
Local Contacts: Wasatch-Cache National Forest, Salt Lake Ranger District
Local Maps: Trails Illustrated Wasatch Front/ Strawberry Valley
Driving Directions: Directions to Gobblers Knob

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