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Mt Olympus  

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Elevation: 9,026'
Location: 40.66314, -111.77835 View Map  Incorrect?
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Access to the north face crosses private property MORE INFO >>>


Early spring couloirs on the north side of the peak offer nice alpine climbs. These are strictly snow climbs. See the Alpine Rock section for the rock climbs.

Getting There 

From Wasatch Blvd turn on to Oakview Dr. At the top it turns right and becomes Gilead Way. Park at the end of the road.

Other access is from the Neff's Canyon trailhead.

Climbing Season

Weather station 2.6 miles from here

2 Total Routes

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Reese Couloir Easy Snow  UT : Wasatch Range : ... : Mt Olympus
This is the prominent snow couloir in the middle of the north face of Mt Olympus. Though it appears to only go part way up the face the second half of the couloir is hidden and goes to the summit ridge traversing from left to right. The couloir is at best 45 degrees and is around 1500 feet of gain. From the summit ridge, traverse (easy 3rd class) to the north summit (spot of 5th gaining the summit).If the upper hidden section of the couloir has melted out one can climb directly up the face follo...[more]   Browse More Classics in UT

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