|Range/Region:||Southwest Basins and Ranges|
|Difficulty:||Basic Snow/Ice Climb|
|Best months for climbing:||May, Jun|
|Nearest major airport:||Salt Lake City|
|Convenient Center:||Salt Lake City|
Thanks to James Barlow for adding this peak.
Sunrise Peak is located along the Cottonwood Ridge between Big and Little Cottonwood Canyons in Salt Lake County. The easiest route is via Tanners Gulch from Little Cottonwood Canyon on hard pack spring snow in May or June. This peak is also accessible from Broads Fork via Tanners Pass, or from the west ridge from Broads Fork Twin Peaks, or the east ridge from Dromedary Peak.
Download any of the following KML maps for use in the full screen Google Earth application: Southwest Basins and Ranges, Intermountain West, or North America. For more information, see our Google Earth page.
NOTE: Trip reports were previously called "Summit Logs" - same feature, new name
There are 2 trip reports for Sunrise Peak.
Select any entry from the list below:
- Log #18514 - by Scott Patterson on Sep 25, 2003Pretty easy climb in summer, but one of the most challenging peaks in the Wasatch in winter. Havn't been successful in winter yet. As far a Wasatch Peaks go North Thunder and the peaks just east of...
- Log #18515 - by
Mike Wenzbauer on Sep 24, 2003Not an easy peak. Climbed in late summer via Broads Fork. From saddle at 10,800 we traversed around on the Little Cottonwood side...lots of loose scree and cliff bands with a lot of route-finding,...