Trail Details

Gobblers Knob from Butler Fork Trailhead<br />via Baker Pass

Gobblers Knob from Butler Fork Trailhead
via Baker Pass

 Hike Time (roundtrip): 4.5 to 7.0 hours
 Distance (roundtrip): 7.4 miles
 Elevation Gain: 3066 feet
 Main Aspect: Southeast
 Climb Rate: 829 feet per mile
 Average Grade: 16%
Notes: The trail from the trailhead to Circle All Peak is relatively steep. From there you climb slowly as you go through Mill A Basin to Baker Pass. There are several false summits on the way to the peak, but nothing too bad. 7
Trail shortcuts: Waypoints  Destination  Maps/Aerial Photos  Links





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
Gobblers Knob
 Elevation: 10246  Feature: Peak
Notes: Gobblers Knob is the highest of the range separating Mill Creek and Big Cottonwood Canyon. There are beautiful views in all directions.


Location and Maps
 Latitude: 40.670729    Longitude: -111.682864 

 WasatchHiker Map (shows trails)    
 Google Map (shows lat/lon on map)


External Links
for this trail
Photos  Dawns Light Photography
Route Description  Salt Lake Tribune
 SummitPost
 WillhiteWeb
Trip Report  Micks Mountain


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