Weber County Highpoint Trip Report

Date: December 18, 2004
Author: Bill Schuler

Early morning found us driving south toward Willard Basin but we soon found ourselves backpacking into the basin. The snow was consolidated (in the morning) and we got in to camp at about 9,300 feet in the early afternoon.

Morning saw us starting slowly with sub-freezing temperatures. We warmed up fast as we headed southeast for Willard Peak. We topped out on the Weber County high point at 10:00 to a winter wonderland view. Our return trip was via Inspiration Point. Snowshoes were carried but not used until we started post-holing on the backpack out.

A drive to the Farmington area ended a very successful 2 days.