I loved this hike. It was pretty brutal because we didn't expect the snow which got deeper and deeper as we went along. We took this trail till it ended and then we made our way up to the summit of maple mountain. I think it was a round trip of about 10 miles and we started at 5:30am and got done at noon. The view with the fresh snowfall were incredible. The last mile had no trail and was a steep incline with a foot of snow which was the most brutal part. That one mile took us probably an hour and a half to climb but only 20 min to get down from it. Well worth the hike. We wish we had brought snowshoes.
go out of your way to do this hike when it's not busy. the trail itself is incredible (probably one of the best in Utah valley) but there are so many inconsiderate punks that do graffiti, blare their music on the hike, relieve themselves near the trail, the list goes on.
Amanda G. on Mt. Timpanogos - Timpooneke Trail
Did this hike September 28th and there was lots of snow in the bowl. A beautiful hike. We started at 8am and finished at 6pm with breaks. Only made it to the bowl because the summit was too covered in snow. A total of 13 miles for us. I will definitely be back next summer to finish :)