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great with the snow today. dog loved it. fine with boots only. yak tracks would have been better.

Snowshoeing 1/12/20 - fantastic. Deep snow on the ridge. I turned around half way up the steep section with the trees (about 4 miles from the Avenues trail head) but until then it is very practicable. The trail is semi-packed to Twin Peaks, after that large snowshoes are required. At times I probed snow that was about 3 ft deep. Amazing trail until it gets to the hard part which is probably not practicable in snow.

hiking
4 days ago

Good workout climb with Wasatch Mountain Club to Basin with some difficulty trying a steeper off trail down for sections on Saturday Jan. 11, 2020. We dug for a while into underground cabin and we cleared a branch or fallen tree blocking trail. Akiko shot this video https://www.facebook.com/groups/92268557972/permalink/10158030214747973/

hiking
5 days ago

Awesome morning! First and only people on the trail! Fresh powder! Love this hike!

1/11/20 - The snow for the first mile or so is packed, spikes are probably sufficient. Afterward the snow gets deep and large snowshoes are needed. At times it was about waist deep. I could only see a faint trail, which I lost 3 miles in. Progression is in fairly thick bramble. Lots of animal tracks. Looks to be very safe from avalanche risk, but also very isolated - the first mile is fairly busy but afterward it didn’t look like anyone had been there in a least a week.

hiking
snow
5 days ago

Very nice easy trail. Really enjoyed the hike in the snow - peaceful. Met some nice people on the trail. Saw three mule deer on the other side of the creek on my way back down.

rocky
snow
5 days ago

I summited today (January 11, 2020 around noon) with my small, black miniature poodle. At the peak, a man named Dwain took a picture of us with his camera, he said he hikes Mount Olympus about once a week. I need to find him because my phone was dead so I didn't get any other pictures of us.

An awesome hike from the first step. Best to hike when the final 1200 feet of scree is covered with hard snow. In the early spring when the avalanche danger is gone. Be sure to have crampons and ice axe. The views are spectacular.

Did this hike just to get out with my sis & dog & it was beautiful in the snow. Not many people on the trail at all & didn’t even need spikes. You can hear the highway below but for a quick workout, this is a great option.

I went here while it was snowy, but given the current conditions that was perfect because it wasn't icy or muddy and easy to traverse. Beautiful views and plenty of sidetrails to go exploring. Steep in places but plenty of different elevations along the way.

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icy
muddy
5 days ago

Great super easy hike; was a little more difficult because of snow and ice, but was manageable. There are some really cool views of salt lake valley!

Hiked 1/10/20. No need for snow shoes today, just spikes. Beautiful blue sky views. PS - Please remember to leash your dogs on even days. Thanks.

Trail was snow packed, and deep so we only went to the fork where it branches off to desolation or dog lake

snowshoeing
7 days ago

Went to snowshoe rattlesnake gulch up to pipeline the first week of January but found we didn’t need snowshoes and ended up hiking it instead. Trail was a little icy in some places but was packed down really nicely. Overall great conditions. If you don’t like ice, I’d recommend some grips or small crampons on your shoes this time of year but it is completely doable in normal shoes.

hiking
icy
muddy
8 days ago

Perfectly cold and humid. And it’s better than sitting on the couch.

This was a backcountry ski excursion. Don’t follow our tracks for hiking. That being said it is gorgeous country. And great skiing.

hiking
icy
9 days ago

hiking
icy
muddy
9 days ago

Amazingly beautiful and scenic hike. The snow is very deep but the trail is packed firm from so many hikers and some people even sled down in sections. Microspikes are recommended but not necessary. Bring layers as it will get windy up at the lake. Also bring snowshoes if you want to go further than the lake and bring skis or a snowboard if you want a faster trip down.

hiking
icy
rocky
10 days ago

I didn’t do the loop as pictured in the map here. I hiked the gulch and stayed on the Pipeline trail to and from the overlook. Climbing the gulch was steep and icy. I’m glad I had spikes, especially for coming back down. Once on the Pipeline, it was easy going. A beautiful night with the moon nearing full. The Pipeline is rocky where the snow has melted and icy in other parts. I started hiking around 7 pm and was back to my car by 9.

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muddy
snow
10 days ago

hiking
snow
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