A Hiking Guide to the Geology of the Wasatch Mountains: Mill Creek and Neff Canyons, Mount Olympus, Big and Little Cottonwood, and Bells Canyon
By: William T. Parry Northern Utah's Wasatch Mountains are popular destinations for outdoor enthusiasts in every season. These mountains rise spectacularly from the relatively flat valley floor to thirteen peaks over 11,000 feet in elevation. An additional nineteen peaks rise...
Wasatch 3D Atlas
By: Steven L. Richardson and Benjamin M. Richardson Experience the Wasatch Mountains Like you've never seen them before! Explore the awesome topography of every ridge cliff, hiking trail and ski area from Salt Lake City to Park City to Provo....
Wasatch Eleveners: A Hiking and Climbing Guide to the 11,000-Foot Mountains of Utah's Wasatch Range. The Wasatch Mountains sit on the western edge of the Rockies. Stretching south through Utah from Bear River in the north to Mount Nebo in...
Wasatch Touring Map 2
Hike, Bike, and Ski This multi-season map covers the area between Alta-Snowbird-Brighton (North) to Sundance (South). The photo side features the Lone Peak panorama (super-poster 6) and a view down-canyon (super-poster 8). Many popular winter routes are shown and the...
Wasatch Touring Map 3
Southern Wasatch Backcountry This Alpentech map shows the mountains and backcountry East of Provo with trail access and avalanche information from the Utah Avalanche Center and UDOT forecasters with established UDOT Avalanche Forecasting nomenclature. Includes Mt. Timpanogos, Sundance Resort, Cascade and...