Reynolds Peak and Toms Hill

Salt Lake City, Utah

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Reynolds Peak and Toms Hill are like mountain siblings with conflicting personalities. Reynolds is big, steep, and slide prone, while Toms is smaller, mellower, and a good place to ride during elevated avalanche danger. But if you put them together, you have a side-by-side pair of peaks with several choice lines to ride for any skill level, season, or snow condition. Both mountains can be linked with full-day tours to Butler Fork and Little Water Peak. From the campground, walk north across Big Cottonwood Canyon Scenic Byway to the start of the Mill D North Fork drainage. Follow the skin track on the summer road as it goes up and through a neighborhood of cabins. Continue along the streambed for 1.3 miles, and go left at the signed fork toward Dog Lake.
Backcountry Ski and Snowboard Routes: Utah

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Backcountry Ski and Snowboard Routes: Utah

by Jared Hargrave (The Mountaineers Books)

Reynolds Peak and Toms Hill are like mountain siblings with conflicting personalities. Reynolds is big, steep, and slide prone, while Toms is smaller, mellower, and a good place to ride during elevated avalanche danger. But if you put them together, you have a side-by-side pair of peaks with several choice lines to ride for any skill level, season, or snow condition. Both mountains can be linked with full-day tours to Butler Fork and Little Water Peak. From the campground, walk north across Big Cottonwood Canyon Scenic Byway to the start of the Mill D North Fork drainage. Follow the skin track on the summer road as it goes up and through a neighborhood of cabins. Continue along the streambed for 1.3 miles, and go left at the signed fork toward Dog Lake.

© 2015 Jared Hargrave/The Mountaineers Books. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Backcountry Skiing & Snowboarding
Nearby City: Salt Lake City
Distance: 6
Elevation Gain: 1,922 feet
Skill Level: Moderate
Duration: 4 hours
Season: Winter
Trailhead Elevation: 7,500 feet
Top Elevation: 9,422 feet
Additional Use: Camping
Local Maps: USGS Mount Aire; Wasatch Backcountry Skiing; Alpentech Wasatch Touring 1
Driving Directions: Directions to Reynolds Peak and Toms Hill

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