Trail Details

Lone Peak from Orson Smith TH<br />via Enniss Peak

Lone Peak from Orson Smith TH
via Enniss Peak

 Hike Time (roundtrip): 8.0 to 14.0 hours
 Distance (roundtrip): 14.4 miles
 Elevation Gain: 6463 feet
 Main Aspect: West
 Climb Rate: 898 feet per mile
 Average Grade: 17%
Notes: This route isn’t too bad. It’s west facing and has some cover in places. Any trail to Lone Peak is going to be a long one with lots of elevation gain. 8
Trail shortcuts: Waypoints  Destination  Maps/Aerial Photos  Links

Orson Smith TH
Trailhead Elevation: 4790 ft
Trailhead Outhouse: Yes
Area: Salt Lake Valley
Area Location: Various locations on East Bench in Salt Lake
Area Fee: None
Dogs Allowed: No
Notes: This trailhead is located at 12601 South Highland Dr. The city of Draper has built some nice facilities. The trail is left of the restroom. NOTE: Dogs are not allowed between here and the Hidden Valley trailhead, it is a designated watershed area. Please respect the law, so the area can remain opened.

Waypoint 1
Lone Peak Cirque
 Elevation: 10340  Feature: Cirque
Notes: It sits at the bottom of a 600 foot wall of rock, and a worthy destination for a day hike.
Waypoint 2
Enniss Peak
 Elevation: 9298  AKA: Draper Ridge
 Feature: Peak
Notes: It sits at the far western end of the Alpine Ridge, overlooking Alpine and Draper. It was named for pioneer John Enniss for his contributions to the city of Draper.

Lone Peak
 Elevation: 11253  AKA: Draper Ridge
 Feature: Peak
Notes: You have great view from Lone Peak. When I was on the south peak a few years ago, there were people on the true peak. I hollered at them to take my picture, and email it to me. They got a great shot of me with Box Elder and Timpanogos in the background.

Location and Maps
 Latitude: 40.526862    Longitude: -111.756149 

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External Links
for this trail
Route Description  HikingInUtah
Trip Report  SummitPost

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