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Twin Peaks via Broads Fork 

Broads Fork 


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Elevation: 11,000'
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Submitted By: kBobby on Apr 13, 2006
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Description 

Broads Fork has a number of nice summits. Probably the most popular are the Salt Lake Twin Peaks, 11,330'.

Other peaks in this cirque are Dromadary, and O'Sullivan (Sunrise) peaks. Broads Fork is also home to the classic ski descent, Bonkers.


Getting There 

Drive up BCC to the parking area for Mill B, and the S-Curve wall. There are two trails that head south, Mill B, and Broads Fork. Get on the Broads Fork trail. When you get to the beaver pond, you are in the cirque.


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Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Broads Fork:
Twin Peaks via Broads Fork   Mod. Snow     Snow, Alpine, Grade III   
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Twin Peaks via Broads Fork Mod. Snow  UT : Wasatch Range : ... : Broads Fork
The following assumes a snow ascent.From the beaver pond in Broads Fork, either continue south to the saddle between Sunrise Peak and the Twins, or head west up Bonkers, the 1800' gully. In either case, beware that the quartzite slabs just below Twin Peaks often slide very big.via the saddle: Once you gain the saddle, head north along the ridge to the summit. If you stay on the ridge the whole way, there is a spot of easy 5th class rock climbing (20 feet) to pass a gendarme. Or you can drop ...[more]   Browse More Classics in UT

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