black crook peak day hike - June 8, 2013
This 9,274' peak is located in the Wasatch National Forest about 40 miles west of Santaquin. It is the highest peak in the Sheeprock Mountains. John has researched the routes and there are two possible approaches on the north side. One is up North Pine Canyon, and the other is up North Oak Brush Creek. This will be a day hike that will involve some bushwhacking and rock scrambling. Summitpost.org has some good information about this peak. 4WD vehicles will be needed to make it in to the trailhead. The June 8 date is a suggested date, but can be changed if necessary. Please register by mid-May if you're interested in going.
|Route:||Out & Back|
|Date:||Sat Jun 8 2013|
|Meeting Place:||Registration required|
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