Saturday, August 15, 2015

Timpanogos from the west

If you have ever visited or even driven through the northern part of Utah Valley, you have seen the steep western face of Mount Timpanogos. Rising thousands of feet from the valley floor, this is one of the more dramatic mountain views in Utah. Getting a perspective of the mountain comes when you drive to the east and look back at the mountain from the eastern part of the state. The tops of the mountains you can see on the right side of this image is the summit ridge of Mount Timpanogos. This vies gives an entirely different perspective on the mountain and its relation to the rest of the mountains in the Wasatch Range. By the way, there is no traffic congestion out here in the middle of the mountains only an hour or so away from the bustle of the cities along the Wasatch Front.

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