This is the Triangular Peak that looks like an Arrowhead at the head of Neffs Canyon, actually in Thomas Fork back and beyond Mount Olympus. I have never heard what anyone else might call it?
Neffs Canyon to Thomas Fork and it is the rocky north face that resembles an Arrowhead to the right (west) of peak 9773
Weather station 5.4 miles from here
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Arrowhead North Face 5.6 4c 14 V 12 S 4b
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: ... : The Arrowhead
We climbed the longest part of the wall to the tip of the arrowhead. The rock quality is typical for Mount Olympus. Long hike or ski approach for a few pitches would be the only disadvantage, but we skied incredible corn back down to Neffs Canyon. I have asked many other climbers since our ascent if they had any knowledge of anyone else climbing this route. I heard of no one, but I would love to hear of other people's accounts?...[more] Browse More Classics in UT
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From: Smog Lake City, Utah
Sep 1, 2006
I've often heard this peak refered to basically as "Triangle Peak", but on the recent USGS Sugarhouse Quad I believe it is named Hobbs Peak. But I think The Arrowhead is very apt and should stick. Often tagged as part of the Wildcat Ridge hike and the couloirs usually get skied a few times every winter. But I'd never heard of a technical ascent. Thanks for the route beta James!- I've always looked and wondered about it.