Trail Details

Mount Raymond from Butler Fork Trailhead<br />via Baker Pass

Mount Raymond from Butler Fork Trailhead
via Baker Pass

 Hike Time (roundtrip): 4.5 to 7.5 hours
 Distance (roundtrip): 8 miles
 Elevation Gain: 3061 feet
 Main Aspect: Southeast
 Climb Rate: 765 feet per mile
 Average Grade: 14%
Notes: The trail from the trailhead to Circle All Peak is relatively steep. You climb slowly as you go through Mill A Basin to Baker Pass. From there it gets steep again. The last quarter mile is class 2 hiking (need hands for balance), with one 50 ft knife-edge section with some exposure to add to your excitement. 6
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Trailhead
Butler Fork TH
Trailhead Elevation: 7180 ft
Trailhead Outhouse: No
Distance from Park-N-Ride: 8.2 miles
Area: Big Cottonwood Canyon
Area Location: East on 7200 S (SR190) in Salt Lake County
Area Fee: None
Dogs Allowed: No
Notes: There is enough parking space for aound 10 cars. There are no other facilities there.


Waypoint 1
Circle All Peak
 Elevation: 8707  Feature: Peak
Notes: It is not really a peak, Circle All Peak is really just a highpoint on a ridgeline leading up to Gobblers Knob. You can see quite a bit of Big Cottonwood Canyon from there though.
Waypoint 2
Baker Pass
 Elevation: 9340  Feature: Saddle
Notes: Bakers Pass is the saddle between Gobblers Knob and Mount Raymond. From here, you can go to one or both peaks. Gobblers Knob is an easy walk-up peak, Mt Raymond is a bit more challenging, but has awesome views.


Destination
Mount Raymond
 Elevation: 10241  Feature: Peak
Notes: Mt Raymond can easily be climbed in tandem with its neighbor to the east, Gobblers Knob. From its summit there are awesome views of rugged geology everywhere. The view to the south, across Big Cottonwood is not too bad either.


Location and Maps
 Latitude: 40.658527    Longitude: -111.702107 

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External Links
for this trail
Route Description  SummitPost
 UtahTravelCenter
 WillhiteWeb
Trip Report  Micks Mountain
 Mountain Album


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