day hike black crook peak in the sheeprock range - April 29, 2007

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Black Crook Peak is the 9274-foot high point of the Sheeprock Range, in a little-known part of the Uinta National Forest south of Tooele and west of Provo. It has fantastic quartzite and granite cliffs, and great views out over the Sevier Desert. We will hike and scramble to the craggy summit from the southwest, near Erickson Pass. This route is cross-country and exploratory.

Organizer:Donn Seeley
Date:Sun Apr 29 2007
Meeting Place:Utah Travel Council Lot
Meeting Time:8:00 am

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