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Trip Reports

WASATCH MOUNTAIN CLUB
Trip Reports

Slow Pace MOD+ Hike: Granite Flat to Dry Creek
By Da Yang Wipfel
HIKE 06/23/2013 MOD+

Subject: Granite ​Flat ​to Dry Creek


the GPS Track were 3,000 feet up and 4,100 feet down. 9 miles! ​ By Michael ​

Bruce Moore leads One of the most scenic hike in Uinta National Forest, Grand south view to Timpanogos, and North View to Pfiefferhorn ; West view to Box Elder Peak. From Smooth meadow to tall forest, by the running stream or accross ragged Rock fields, also, can stop by Horsetail fall, walk on the log bridges, also with colorful wild flowers every where, this trail has everything to offer.

Bruce Moore made this MOD+ hike possible for the beginner + hikers like myself, the slow pace made this hike easier and enjoyable, take breath and enjoy the view, Lunch at Deer Creek Pass, surrounded with majestic mountain view... I just can not stop taking photos :)) I want those images imprint in my brain, also, has to share with all my friends who missed this hike.

Here is the GPS Track were 3,000 feet up and 4,100 feet down. 9 miles! By Michael Mauritz



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Wasatch Mountain Club, 1390 South 1100 East Suite 103, Salt Lake City, UT 84105-2462
801-463-9842 — gro.bulCniatnuoMhctasaW@ofnI
Wasatch Mountain Club
1390 South 1100 East Suite 103
Salt Lake City, UT 84105-2462
801-463-9842
gro.bulCniatnuoMhctasaW@ofnI


The Wasatch Mountain Club is an outdoor recreation club for adults dedicated to fostering
awareness of the scenic beauties of the Wasatch and encouraging preservation of our natural areas

1390 South 1100 East, Suite 103, Salt Lake City, Utah 84105         801.463.9842         www.wasatchmountainclub.org