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The Utah Six-Pack of Peaks Challenge is a self-paced hiking and trail running challenge up six iconic mountains easily reached from Salt Lake City. 

You choose whether you want to complete them in six days, six weeks, or take the entire year. Set the schedule that works best for you. 

You can climb them in order as you build your strength and endurance, or mix it up. The choice is yours. Your registration will help support Big City Mountaineers, so you'll be doing good for others with each peak you climb.

2021 Utah Six-Pack of Peaks Challenge

Overview Map of the Utah Six-Pack of Peaks Challenge

The Peaks of the Utah Six-Pack of Peaks Challenge

2021 Squaw Peak

SQUAW PEAK – Elevation 7,877′ (2401m)

This mountain near Provo climbs steeply up Rock Canyon. The summit rewards you with great views of the city below and the mountains beyond.  

Recommended Six-Pack Routes:

Distance: 7.3 miles; Vertical +/- 2,775 ft.
2021 Grandeur Peak

GRANDEUR PEAK – Elevation 8,299′ (2530m)

Short, steep and easy-to-access with great views of the Salt Lake Valley, this trail features a waterfall and is accessible year-round. 

Recommended Six-Pack Route:

Grandeur Peak East Trail from Church Fork – AllTrails

Distance: 6 miles; Vertical +/- 2,627 ft.

2021 Gobbler's Knob

GOBBLER'S KNOB – Elevation 10,246′ (3123m)

Don't underestimate this trail because it's short, because it's “one of the steepest trails in the Wasatch” gaining over 3,000 vertical feet in just over two miles. 

Recommended Six-Pack Route:

Hiking Alexander Basin / Gobbler's Knob – Utah Outdoor Activities

Distance: 4.4 miles; Vertical +/- 3,106 feet

2021 Mount Olympus

MOUNT OLYMPUS – Elevation 9,026′ (2751m)

Mount Olympus is one of the most recognizable and popular peaks in the area. It stands prominently above Salt Lake City, and the trail climbs over 4,000 feet in just over three miles. It's relentless, but rewarding. 

Recommended Six-Pack Route:

Hiking Mount Olympus – Road Trip Ryan

Distance: 7.3 miles; Vertical +/- 4,100 ft.

2021 Mount Timpanogos

MOUNT TIMPANOGOS – Elevation 11,752′ (3582m)

Mount Timp is the second highest peak in the Wasatch Range, and well-loved for it's spectacular display of wildflowers. This climb is a strenuous, all-day endeavor. 

Recommended Six Pack Route: 

The Ultimate Guide to Hiking Mt. Timpanogos – Amanda Outside

Distance: 14.5 miles; Vertical +/- 4,668 ft.

2021 Lone Peak

LONE PEAK – Elevation 11,253′ (3430m)

This granite monarch of the Wasatch is considered a seriously tough hike, with double-digit mileage and intense vertical gain. But you sit in an epic glacial cirque with views from Provo to North SLC and beyond.

Recommended Six-Pack Route:

Lone Peak via Jacob's Ladder Trail – AllTrails

Distance: 11.1 miles; Vertical +/- 5,603 ft. 

Latest Utah Challenge Hike Logs

Squaw Peak

Squaw Peak

May 2nd,  I did my first hike in Utah, and it was a strange feeling doing a solo hike on a trail where I dont

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Squaw Peak

Squaw Peak

The trail was good, the higher you got the more snow. This snow was particularly hard to walk through, it was slushy and slippery. Incredible

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