Reynolds Peak and Toms Hill Professional Review and Guide
"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."