Jewel of the Wasatch

Mount Timpanogos is significant by any measure. It has a 4.5-mile long summit ridge rising 7,000 feet above Utah Valley to the west. The east side is a study in glacial geomorphology featuring arĂȘtes, cirques, and horns. Another reminder of the last ice-age is a rock glacier clinging to existence just below the summit. Timpanogos is also an exceptionally beautiful mountain.

As the crow flies, "Timp" is only 29 miles from downtown Salt Lake City and 11 miles from Provo. The Alpine Loop Scenic Backway provides car access to Sundance Ski Resort and Timpanogos Cave National Monument, plus miles of trails that lead into the wilderness area that surrounds the mountain.

Although this 3D map may look photorealistic, it is a digitally-rendered image comprised of geospatial data. I hope that it inspires you to visit.

Tom Patterson

April 24, 2024

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Mount Timpanogos Panorama

Wasatch Range, Utah

Version 1.02, April 27, 2024  Change log

Prints 33" x 17.5" at 300 dpi