Wasatch FKT

For those who don’t know, FKT stands for Fastest Known Time.  It’s a term that was coined by Buzz Burrell or perhaps Peter Bakwin, both uber-athletes.  Peter’s FKT website highlights some of the biggest trail records in the States.  Bill Wright also keeps a now somewhat disjointed website of climbing and mountain running records, found here.  Given that I was born and raised in the Wasatch Mountains the goal of this page is to do a Wasatch-specific FKT website.  It can include skiing, biking, climbing, and running records.  On Peter Bakwin’s FKT Website he proposes some ground rules, which seem reasonable and have been accepted by the athletic community for the most part.  So, I’ll repeat them below as they form the foundation for this page:

How do you establish a speed record? Buzz Burrell has proposed 3 common sense guidelines: · Announce your intentions in advance. Like a true gentleman, pay your respects to those who came before you, and tell them what you intend to attempt and when. · Be an open book. Invite anyone to come and watch or, better yet, participate. This makes your effort more fun and any result more believable. · Record your event. Write down everything immediately upon completion. Memory doesn’t count. These three rules do not “prove” you have done anything. They just make it easier for a good person to believe you.

Supported, self-supported, unsupported? What does it mean? ·

Supported means you have a dedicated support team that meets you along the way to supply whatever you need. This generally allows for the fastest, lightest trips, and for an element of camaradarie and safety, since someone knows about where you are at all times. ·

Self-supported means that you don’t carry everything you need from the start, but you don’t have dedicated, pre-arranged people helping you. This is commonly done a couple different ways: You might put out stashes of supplies for yourself prior to the trip, or you might just use what’s out there, such as stores, begging from other trail users, etc. ·

Unsupported means you have no external support of any kind. Typically, this means that you must carry all your supplies right from the start, except any water that can be obtained along the way from natural sources. This approach has also been termed “alpine style”. The longest trip I’m aware of using this style is Coup’s 20-day thru-hike of the Colorado Trail. For most people, carrying enough food for more than a few days to one week will be prohibitive. I started this page on August 4, 2008 and it will only grow if folks participate.  So, please send me your record times!

Big Cottonwood :


  • Broads Fork Twin Peak (“BF Twin”)
    • via Broads Fork trailhead
      • Ascent
        • Jason Dorais – 1:13:30 – 9/14/2016
        • Tom Goth – 1:22:32 – 9/12/2016
        • Jason Dorais – 1:24:57 – 10/9/2012
      • Round-trip
        • Jason Dorais – 2:06:25- 9/14/2016
    • via Ferguson Canyon
      • Ascent
        • Jared Campbell – 2:30-ish – Sep-2012 (one of my favorite routes in the Wasatch! Time for someone to get serious and go really fast on this one!)
    • via Stairs Gulch
      • Ascent
        • Anton Krupricka – 1:43 (east summit); 1:46 (west summit) – 8/1/2013
    • via Lisa Falls
      • Ascent
        • Court Pace – 1:53 – 6/17/2015
  • Gobblers Knob
    • via Butler Fork
    • via Terraces campground parking lot
      • Ascent
        • Parker Mildenhall – 1:05 – 6/15/2013
    • via Alexander Basin
      • Ascent
        • Will Thomas – 1:04:30 – 7/18/2017
      • Round Trip
        • Will Thomas – 1:35:14 – 7/18/2017
  • Raymond
    • via Butler Fork
      • Ascent
        • Jason Dorais – 49:39 – 6/16/2016
  • Kessler
    • via NE trail (starting where the single-track leaves the Cardiff dirt road – see map)
      • Jason Dorais – 36:38 – 8/16/2014


  • Storm Mountain
    • via Stairs Gulch
      • East Face / slabs
        • Ascent
          • Dan Stucki – 2:19:00 – 10/7/2015


  • Stoert’s Ridge – car-to-car – Ryan McDermott  – 0:09:28 – 2005?
  • Standard Ridge – car-to-car – Aaron Kurland – 0:44:00 – 6/18/2016

Little Cottonwood :


  • Pfeifferhorn
    • Ascent via Red Pine Lake – Parking lot to summit
      • Men
        • Jason Dorais – 1:05:01 – 7/18/2012
        • Karl Meltzer – 1:06:10 – 1996
        • Nate Blouin – 1:09:59 – 8/21/2013
        • Tom Deigel – 1:10 – 8/15/2012
        • Nik Berry – 1:10:00 – Summer 2009
      • Women
        • Alexis Crellin – 1:31:51 – 7/2/2018 – strava
    • Round-trip via Red Pine Lake
      • Men
      • Women
        • Alexis Crellin – 2:29:25 – 7/2/2018 – strava
    • Ascent via Thunderbird Variation
      • Nik Berry – 1:17:00 – Summer 2009
  • Red Pine Lake – Parking Lot to Lake
    • Karl Meltzer – 32:25  – not sure when….
  • Lone Peak
    • Orson Smith TH -> Cherry Canyon -> Bear Canyon -> Summit
      • Matthew Van Horn – Ascent : 2:55:06; Round Trip : 4:39 – 8/11/2012
    • Ascent via Jacob’s Ladder
      • Jason Dorais – 1:29:29 – 9/21/2016
      • Tom Goth – 1:37:15 – 7/31/2015 – Strava
      • Jason Dorais – 1:40:50 – 10/6/12
      • Andy Dorais – 1:51:35 – 9/18/2012
    • Round-trip via Jacob’s Ladder
      • Jason Dorais – 2:34:48 – 9/21/2016
      • Tom Goth – 2:59:41 – 7/31/2015 – Strava
      • Cristian Johnson & Jay Aldous – Ascent: 3:18;  Total time: 5:27 – 10/3/2011 – Story


  • The Wasatch Ultimate Ridge Linkup (WURL)
  • South Ridge of Superior
    • Ascent (Start : Shallow Shaft restaurant to summit) – route description
      • Chris Cawley – 59:3X – 10/24/2013
    • Round-trip (Start/Finish : Shallow Shaft)
      • Chris Cawley – 1:29:XX – 10/24/2013

Millcreek Canyon :


  • Grandeur Peak
    • Church Fork (top of paved road to summit)
      • Ascent
        • Men
          • Parker Mildenhall – 33:18 –  8/3/2012
        • Women
          • Bethany Lewis – 42:53 – 4/29/2015
          • Jennilyn Eaton – 43:49 – 6/13/2014
      • Descent
        • Men
          • Blaine Benitez – 18:13 – 1/14/2022
      •  Roundtrip
        • Men
          • Blaine Benitez – 58:15 – 1/14/2022
        • Women
          • Anyone want to claim this?
    • West Side (starting at the parking lot)
      • Ascent
        • 38:10 – Jason Dorais – 11/10/2014
        • 39:41 – John Tribbia – 10/21/2013
        • 40:09 – Burke Swindlehurst – Fall-2013
      • Roundtrip
        • Has anyone broken 1 hr?  It’s certainly possible
      • Descent
        • Jared Campbell – 15:54 – (12/24/2013)
      • Misc : Multi-lap
        • 12X (40kft gain) – Jared Campbell – 23:10:00 – 3/3/2013 – part of fund-raiser for Breathe Utah
        • 10X (33.3kft gain) – Jared Campbell – 21:31:00 – 3/2/2012 – part of fund-raiser for Breathe Utah
        • 5X (16.7kft gain) – Sarah Evans McClosky – ??:??:?? – 3/3/2013
  • Wildcat Ridge (Olympus TH to Neffs Saddle, down to Neff’s TH)
    • Jared Campbell – 4:01 – 10/22/2011

Mount Olympus :

  • Ascent via Standard Trail – (ascent to true summit)
    • Jason Dorais – 54:55 – 7/10/2015
    • John Tribbia – 57:10 – July, 2013
    • Karl Meltzer – 57:19 – ???
  • Round-trip via Standard Trail
    • Karl Meltzer – 1:35ish
  • Olympus Loop – Start/Finish @ Pete’s Rock TH.  Wrap around to West Slabs via new Shoreline trail.  Tag true summit, down standard trail.
    • Jared Campbell – 2:13:23 – 6/12/2015
    • Courtney Pace – 2:21:23 – 10/17/2014
    • Craig Lloyd – 2:44:11 – 10/4/2014
  • West Slabs
    • Car-to-Car – End of Zarahemla to top of slabs and back to car
      • 1:01 car-to-car – Jared Campbell 6/5/2011 – Zeus was long and deep, slabs were perfect, descended Apollo, connected back to car at Zarahemla
    • Ascent only – Zarahemla to high-point on slabs prior to descent
      • Jared Campbell – 39:22 – 5/21/2013
      • Anton Krupricka – 41:50 – Anton Krupicka – 8/2012
      • Chad Ambrose – 46 minutes – 9/2012

American Fork :


  • Timpanogos
    • Timpooneke Trail
      • Ascent
        • Men
          • Danny Moody – 1:15:36 – ??? – To be Confirmed…
          • Jason Dorais – 1:18:04 – 8/18/2016 – Strava
        • Women
          • Amber Andrews – 1:41:58 – 7/30/2016 – Garmin
          • Giselle Slotboom – 1:46:18 –  8/11/2015
      • Round-trip
        • Men
          • Karl Meltzer – 1:58:XX – ??? – To be Confirmed…
          • Jason Dorais – 2:16:13 – 8/18/2016 – Strava
        • Women
          • Alexis Crellin – 2:54:27 – 8/13/2018 – Strava

Other: Running

  • Millwood 100 – map
    • Men
      • Jared Campbell – 34:20:00 – 10/6/2012 – InfoPictures
      • Erik Storheim – 38:56:00 – 7/7/2012 – Story
      • Matt VanHorn – 48:18:00 – 10/10/2013 – Story
    • Women
      • Jennilyn Eaton – 45:33:00 – 7/3/2016
  • Big Mtn to City Creek via Grandview  and Rudy’s Flat.
    • 22 miles, 5,100′ ascent, 7,700′ descent
    • mappicturesdescription
    • Christian Johnson – 6 hrs 15 min – October 3, 2009 – about 1′ of snow above 8kft
  • Wire Mountain (Zoo parking lot gate to summit fence of lookout tower via south ridge)
    • Ascent
      • Male
        • Jason Dorais – 27:44 – September, 2012
        • Christian Johnson – 29:43 – 5/3/2012
      • Female
        • Bethany Lewis – 33:22 – 5/1/2015
        • Jennilyn Eaton – 34:24 – 4/30/2014
        • Leslie Howlett – 35:20 – 5/22/2013
  • Parley’s Ridge (IHC to Little Mountain)
  • “U” Summit via Dry Fork – 1.5 miles
    • Male
      • Toly Zharkikh – 14:50 – 10/19/2013 – info


  1. Hi Jared. Submitting 32:25 for Standard Ridge. Thanks for keeping this going!

  2. Submitting a 37:48 ascent of the west slabs.
    I manually split my watch at 37:48 as soon as I gained the ridge, Strava gave me a 38:49 split, and I arrived at the little summit at the top of Apollo in 40:54.
    I imagine the Strava segment is most accurate as it is somewhere between where I gained the ridge and where the high point is. 🙂

  3. I realized today that there isn’t anything listed for the round trip or descent for Gobblers Knob via Butler Fork. I ran the round trip in 1:24.07 and the descent in 26:18 in October. That would take the cake on strava but that is all I’m basing this off of, maybe there’s a faster time out there. GPS failed halfway down the descent but I just took the standard up n down 🙂

  4. Is there fkt’s on ski round trips? Example- superior ridge/south face car to car or is this something people don’t usually keep track of

  5. hey Jared, I could be missing something but I think I ran the Grandeur Peak via churchfork round trip (the summer summit route, not the direct RUFA summit) record on friday the 14th. Gate to gate (the bottom gate at millcreek road) in 58:15. Also possibly the descent from summit to bottom gate in 18:13, strava gave me 17:46 but it was 18:13. =)

    • Blaine,

      Great work! Thanks for sharing your times, it’s a great benchmark.



      On Mon, Jan 17, 2022 at 10:14 AM Jared Campbell's Blog wrote:


  6. Gobblers via Alexander Basin looks a bit off.
    Tom Goth looks to have the FKT @ 43:35 on 08/22/20


  7. Anybody have the FKT for running up Sqauw peak?

    • Well I hardly think it’d be close to the FKT but today I did it in 57.18 seconds

  8. Squawstruck 5.11 (22 pitches) with Jackson Marvell
    3:22:38 Car To Car

    24:02 Hike Up
    2:18:15 Climbing
    40:20 Running Down

    • Peter (and Jackson) this is an awesome objective and FKT. Great work and thanks for sharing. This route needed someone to establish a quick benchmark. – Jared

      • Thanks Jared!
        We’ll probably try again soon for a sub 3 hour. Didn’t even intend for a speed record at first. I’ll try and record on Strava next time too.

  9. hey Jared, I ran a Pfeifferhorn ascent and RT FKT (via Red Pine) on 8/19/2020. Ascent: 1:03:32, RT: 1:48:20. Strava link: https://www.strava.com/activities/3936000645

  10. Pfeifferhorn ascent in 1:20:23 this morning. Did not attempt RT FKT. https://www.strava.com/activities/3878703174/segments/2726855260500930288/sharing

  11. Well my brother Ries and I did it

  12. I would like to attempt an FKT on the Parleys Ridge tomorrow with my brother.

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  14. Hi Jared! this morning I got the Ascent, Descent, and Roundtrip FKT (as far as I can tell) on Box Elder Peak via Granite Flats/Deer Creek
    Ascent 1:31:44
    Descent 49:15
    Roundtrip 2:27:00

  15. Hi Jared,

    I have got 2 updates to your FKT list
    mnt Timp ascent: on Sept 2nd I ran 1.37.22 up. here is the strava route https://www.strava.com/segments/1484251

    Grandeur ascent: 39.26 on June 5th. https://www.strava.com/activities/1619985170/overview
    Leah Yingling ran 38.44 on May 23rd https://www.strava.com/activities/1592256205/segments/39834480339

  16. Alexis Crellin set the Timpanogos (Timpooneke trail) Roundtrip Women’s FKT last night
    GPS: https://www.strava.com/activities/1770575059

    • forgot…Alexis’ Roundtrip Time was 2:54:27

      And Jason Dorias at 1:18:04 has the Men’s Ascent FKT, and the Men’s roundtrip FKT at 2:16:13: https://www.strava.com/activities/680852461/segments/16683851680

      • for Timp, I think Danny Moody has the ascent FKT at 1:15:36 in 2006 and Karl Meltzer has the RT at 1:58 though I can’t recall the year… I believe Jason would have the 2nd fastest on both of those.

      • Thanks Brennan, and congrats to Alexis! Now, time for her to go grab the ascent FKT while she’s on a roll.

        Jennilyn, can you connect me with Danny Moody to confirm his blazing fast Ascent time? I’ll check with Karl on the RT time.

    • Looks like Amber Andrews holds the round-trip with 2.51.13… sorry Alexis, you’re close, I’m sure you can get it.

      • Never mind she did not run it continuously.

  17. It’s great fun to have your website, is there some way to incorporate the Strava Leaderboards for ease of use? Here are two leaderboards for Mt Timpanogos from Timponeke (Summit time & R/T time)

    From Timponeke TH to Summit:
    From Timponeke TH -> Summit Round Trip

  18. Jared,

    Alexis Crellin set the FFKT (female FKT) on Pfeifferhorn (1:31:51) and Pfeifferhorn Roundtrip (2:29:25) via Red Pine from parking lot yesterday.

    • This is the link to her GPS: https://www.strava.com/activities/1678229474
      As far as a I can tell, her Pfeifferhorn Roundtrip time is the overall FKT (M’s and W’s), at least on strava.

      • Oh, never mind, roundtirp is just FFKT there have been some faster men.

    • Jared, here is the Strava link for Alexis’ FFKT to the summit and roundtrip: https://www.strava.com/activities/1678229474

  19. On December 19, 2017, I ran to the top of Big Baldy in 1 hour 48 minutes, using the Dry Canyon trail. It took me 1 hour and 30 minutes to get down, making a total of 3 hours, 18 minutes.

    There might not be another December where I could run to top with only an inch of snow. Awesome day. On my Fitbit – 21,000 steps, and 376 floors. It will be easier for some of you younger people to break this record. I’m 51.

    • There’s a strava record of around 55′ on that route.

      • Nice, that’s way fast. I guess I only get the 50 and over record. 🙂 Is there a specific site to view Strava records. I looked and there seem to be dozens of sites. Just wondering if there was one official or well known site. I don’t own one so I’m not too familiar with how they are used or times posted.

    • Thought some of you might enjoy these panoramic pics from the top of Baldy. The third one is from a point lower down (and one week earlier). http://greatmindpowerbooks.com/pan.html . I hope it will let me post the link.

  20. Hi Jared,

    I always love reading this site. I enjoy checking in at the end of every year to see what new records are up. Glad to see some new additions for 2017! I would like to add a new route for Wildcat Ridge. Neffs Canyon trailhead car to car. Up the standard North Face route to the top of the South Summit of Mount Olympus and then the standard Wildcat Ridge route to Neff’s and down. I did this route last year (10/15/2016) in 3:27:56. If you receive this and are interested in adding this, I would be happy to include my Strava link.

    Thank you and keep it up!
    Brady Preston

  21. Interesting read I discussed doing this route with my climbing partner Al Bench around 1977-78. The best we ever did was Wasatch Blvd up North fork of Deaf Smith aka Little Willow Twin and the tidge to Superior to Cardiff pass and down to Alta in about 12 hours.

  22. Hey there Jared. For south ridge superior scramble/climb On Saturday Sept 9th, I just did from the road below superior apron up ridge route, hitting all crux moves, 52 mins 50 seconds to summit. Thanks sir. I’m sure it’s been done faster.

    • Sorry, when I say “road” I mean LCC paved road, park near avy explosive sign and take faint trail up and west to base of ridge.

  23. […] Looking for a quick run after work, I decided to visit Mt Kessler, which I’ve skied past numerous times, and which I found in Jared Campbell’s inspiring list of Wasatch FKTs. […]

  24. Jared,
    You were asking for info on Timpooneke trail FKT:
    Jason Dorais 1:18:04 8/18/16 (reading comments on this run he claims there is and FKT of 1:15:xx but not sure who).
    Jason Dorais 2:16:13 8/18/16

  25. I did Gobblers from Alexander Basin for the first time today. 1:04:30 up and 1:36:14 c2c. I’m sure someone can go a lot faster, but I don’t see anything listed for it. Thanks!

    • Thanks Will! This is an important one to have on the list. Great work. Jared

      • Not trying to take away glory but looking at Strava segments looks like this belongs to Tom Goth in 44:06 on July 3, 2014. Strava segments are elapsed time not moving time so pretty reliable.

      • Here is the RT FKT by Travis Haussener on 7/10/17 of 1:11:34

  26. Wellsville FKT?

  27. Is there an FKT for summiting Sqaw Peak? I ran from the Rock Canyon parking lot gate to the summit in 44:50.Its about 3.6 miles with about a 3000 foot climb.

    • That is amazing! Great job. I love that run but am nowhere near that fast.

  28. I just ran to the top of Brush Mountain (near my home in Pleasant Grove) – February 15, 2017. Here a link to the Wasatch Hiker description of the peak. http://www.wasatchhiker.com/trails/destination-details/?Dest_ID=227&Name=Brush_Mountain

    I didn’t take the routes mentioned on the Wasatch Hiker site. Too much snow. I went up the East side, starting on a trail that begins at the end of Blackhawk Drive in Pleasant Grove, for a ways, and then on deer trails to the top.

    Made it to the top in 41 minutes, and down in 32 minutes. Total time for round trip – 1:13. Left the car at 4:17 and made it back at 5:30. I love your site – it’s fun to see these incredibly fast times for peaks I’ve done. I’m thinking of creating a FKT app.

    Note on the Brush Mountain ascent – I’m 50 years old, and I did use trekking poles (helps me recover faster).


    • Yesterday, November 17, 2017, I did the Brush Mountain run again but this time I DID use the Battle Creek and Curley Creek Trails to loop around to the top, which is the route shown on the link in my previous post.

      My total time turned out to be exactly the same 1 hour 13 minutes. This time it was 43 minutes up, and 30 minutes down. This route is much longer so I was surprised at the time. Of course, there’s a trail, and that makes a difference too. It felt great.

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  30. Jared,

    First, another big thanks for keeping this all alive. It’s an invaluable resource, and fun to see the current recorded benchmarks for such a range of objectives.

    I cleaned up some time on the Standard Ridge approach/descent after frequenting the area & surrounding crags throughout the summer. I also was able to ditch the climbing shoes & subsequent double changeover using the La Sportiva TX2’s, which are awesome. Without pushing the climbing sections much faster, c2c’d the Standard Ridge in 38 minutes on September 6. It can be done way faster, but I’m not willing to risk climbing much faster over some of the looser sections.

    Jason D is on an impressive tear, ticking so many classics. Very cool and inspiring. Looking forward to seeing what the future holds for Wasatch fkt’s!



  31. Hey Jared, thanks for keeping this site going, it’s great motivation for me! Here are few times I’ve been working on for the past couple years. All of the gps tracks are on Strava.

    SLC Twins – 1:13:30 (from BF TH) round trip 2:06:25 9/14/16

    Lone – 1:29:29 (Jacobs Ladder TH) round trip 2:34:48 9/21/16

    Grandeur 38:10 (parking lot to summit) 11/10/14

    Kings 4:13:29 with Lars Kjerengtroen (round trip from Henry’s Fork) 6/24/16

    Gobblers 51:55 from Butler Fork 6/16/15

    Raymond 49:39 from Butler Fork 6/16/16

    Timp- 1:17:45 from the trail resister not cutting switchbacks 8/18/16

    Kessler Peak 36:38 from the where the trail leaves the dirt road in Cardiff Fork 8/16/14

    Olympus 54:55 (strava segment is short) round trip 1:26:01 7/10/15


    • shut the page down.

    • Epic! Thanks Jason for the contributions, your times have really raised the bar on many classic peaks. Jared

  32. Hey Jared-
    Friends told me I should look up how I compared, so I stumbled upon your blog. Fun stuff, great work! I ran Mt. Timpanogos on 7/30/16 with an ascent time of 1:41:58.


    Thx for putting this all together!
    -Amber Andrews

    • Hi Amber, Sorry for the slow response. Great effort and new FKT on timp! Keep us posted with your future endeavors.

  33. Hi Jared,

    I am going to run Timpanogos this coming week (8/8-8/9 Monday or Tuesday?). I thought there was an established round trip time? I will let you know what my ascent and round trip time are with Strava/gps data included.

    David Reese

  34. Hi Jared, I’ve been heckled by friends to share… Climbed the Standard Ridge (BCC) car to car in 44 minutes on June 18, 2016. Kept it at a pace I felt safe with throughout. What a fun climb! Cheers.

  35. Hey Jared,

    Just wondering if you know of an FKT for a car to car for climbing the Millstone Slab from Mill B South parking lot in Big Cottonwood? I’ll probably give it a go in the next few days. Also I’ve been trying to get close to your west slab time but this heat is making it difficult! I’ve got it down to 1 hour 37 minutes descending the rap line on climbers right. Do you think descending Apollo would be faster even with no snow in it? Realistically I should wait until it’s not 100 degrees!



    • Hi Gary,

      I have not heard of a Millstone slab, are you suggesting one of the more technical routes or up the slabs? Where do you propose stopping and turning around?

      Great work on the Oly West Slabs. Yes, 100F is sub-optimal. 🙂


      On Tue, Jul 5, 2016 at 10:20 PM, Jared Campbell's Blog wrote:


      • Hey Jared,

        Millstone slab is pretty fun, as easy as West Slab but much smoother but with plenty of holds. It gets less steep towards the top and ends up on a ridge, but to get down you go off of it on climbers right, take some game trails down, and link up with the broad fork trail back to the parking lot. There is a fallen tree at the top right of the slab that I use as the turn around spot. I tracked it on a topo I can send you. Would you be interested in getting on it? You might have to slow your pace down with me though haha. What’s the best way to contact you and send you that topo?


  36. This morning (6/15/2016) I ascended Gobbler’s Knob via Butler Fork in 55:55. I can send the Garmin files or you can see the activity via the following link (not sure if the link will work): https://connect.garmin.com/modern/activity/1213876845

    • Great work Kyle! Super impressive

      On Wed, Jun 15, 2016 at 12:00 PM, Jared Campbell's Blog wrote:


  37. Today 5/12/16 I did the west slabs Apollo loop in 1:07 ctc. Can’t get it down to 1:01 but I thought it was respectable. Would be interested to see some other people’s times. Classic route with a little of everything!

    • Great work Courtney! Jared

      On Thu, May 12, 2016 at 8:24 PM, Jared Campbell's Blog wrote:


  38. Storm mtn. via Stairs gulch ( E. Face). 2:19.

    • Storm mtn. via Stairs gulch ( E. Face/slabs). 2:19. 10/7/15. Not really a run, more of a scramble/ slab climb. super scenic with some decent exposure. Shooting to link up Twins with this route sub 3:30. Cool site, keep up the strong work Jared, Cheers!!!

      • Hi Dan,

        Great work on this classic, but seldom done route. For the record was your time round trip? Do you have a god track?




      • Hey Jared. Took it quite easy on my Exit via bonkers / Broads fork. It was almost 5 hrs(4:48). Round trip. Nothing to get pumped about. So going to focus on SL Twins via Stairs accent time. And get back to you. Thanks…

      • I’ve done twins via stairs in 1:55 and via Lisa falls in 1:53(ascent times)

      • This thread just made me go back and look at my logs and on 8/1/2013 I did Broad Forks Twins via Stairs Gulch in 1:43 (east summit) and 1:46 (west summit). This was my first (and only) time ascending Stairs Gulch. I spent a lot of time on top (waiting for a buddy) before we descended the trail and ran back down the road to our car, so I don’t have a legit car-to-car time.

      • Thanks Dan, I’ve listed your time for Storm Mtn. I’d love to see your .gpx track as there are several ways to summit the peak.

        Court great work. I’ve updated with your times. Do you have dates to go along with them?

        TK, thanks for participating! I’ve listed your BF Twin time. Was that the day we were supposed to run it together when you were in town for the trade show?



      • Stairs 6/15/15
        Lisa 6/17/15

  39. […] “I have been wanting to give the WURL a solid effort for many years.  I personally feel that it is one of the most inspiring lines in the Wasatch Mountains.  It is clean and non-contrived.  Clean in the sense that once the ridge is acquired you simply stay on the ridge for the next ~25 miles never needing to leave the crest by more than 30 feet or so.  It is humbling, beautiful, and precisely where I wanted to be on this incredible September day” ~ read the rest of the adventure on Jared’s Blog […]

  40. Tom Goth nabbed the FKT ascent and Round Trip on Lone Peak via Jacob’s ladder on 7/31/15.
    ascent: 1:37:15
    RT: 2:59:41
    data here:

    • Thanks Aaron. WasatchFKT updated!


      On Mon, Aug 17, 2015 at 3:50 PM, Jared Campbell's Blog wrote:


  41. Hi Jared,
    I hope you would want to add a female FKT to your list, I know there is plenty of ladies out there that can easily challenge my record, and I hope they do, and post it. But ftpor now I did mt Timp in 1hr 46.18 today.
    Giselle Slotboom

  42. Hey Jared — Alexis Crellin and I completed the WURL this weekend in 27 hours and 25 minutes, setting the bar for the women’s FKT. Our good friend, and local adventure photographer, Matthew Irving, joined us for the full link-up. Thanks!

    Stacey Pearson

    • Excellent! Congratulations!


      Sent from my iPhone


  43. Does Anyone know if there is a women’s FKT for mt Timpanogos?

    • Hey Jared and all,
      As asked to announce FKT attempts, I will be setting a baseline for a women’s FKT up mt Timpanogos on the Timpanooke trail (as no record is findable online). Anyone is invited to join:)
      Happy trails!

      • Forgot the dat, tomorrow, Tuesday 8/11 around 9am

  44. Jared!
    Hey a friend Stacey Pearson and I are giving the WURL a go on August 8th starting at 10AM. We are hoping to do it under 30 hrs and set a new women’s record. We just want to cover our basis when it comes to attempting a female FKT. We will post the details of our attempt and invite other’s to join and then report immediately on how it goes. Thanks

    Alexis Crellin

    • Sounds great. Best of luck!


  45. This dude – Spencer Peterson – did Lone peak from the Orson Smith TH in 4:08:47 round trip on 9/13/14 –


    • Actually, I take that back. Thought that was a new FKT but I didn’t notice that it was his ‘moving’ time. His elapsed time was actually 5:16:11

  46. Thanks Jared.

    Your site is great and you are awesome!

  47. Thanks Nate!

    Jared is there a way to change virw so replies are sorted most recent to later

    • Hi Joey,

      Great suggestion. I’ve made the change so they’re now sorted newest to oldest, top to bottom.



  48. I was wondering if you or anyone could point me in the direction of rules/course for WURL. I was going to give it a go in a few weeks and want to make sure I have it all straight. Thanks

    • Post up on the wasatch mountain wranglers facebook page.

    • Hi Joey,

      Given the recent growing interest, I’ll post some better details on the WURL soon. For now, however, I suggest you follow this route ( http://caltopo.com/m/1K7F) as best as you can. Good luck and let us know how it goes for you!



      On Sun, Jul 19, 2015 at 6:22 PM, Jared Campbell's Blog wrote:


  49. Hey, the Olympus Loop via West Slabs has a new FKT. Courtney Pace ran a 2:21:23 on 10/17/14

  50. Hey has anyone heard any data (possibly from runner alums) what the ascent record is from sign to top of Y rock down in Provo? From all the distinguished running talent down there I can’t imagine they didn’t have some kind of “king of the rock” ascent contest every year with the XC guys…

  51. Not much scrambling/solo stuff on here. I did schoolroom in LCC this morning in 17:43 starting and finishing at the Gate parking lot. Anybody know of some old school fast times on this route?

  52. Chip DuRoss and Matt Stewart ran the North Ridge of Parley’s today in 2:41. We followed the same route described by Christian Johnson & Erik Storheim. I don’t Strava or Blog, but i do instagram for a few pics: http://www.instagram.com/wasatchbeyond

  53. In the spirit of announcing intentions in advance, I will be attempting an FKT on Parley’s Ridge tomorrow. Bushwacketeering!

  54. Did the WURL on Sept 13 in 26:05. Spencer Weiler was around 27 hours.

  55. jason dorais just broke my gobbler’s time. not sure what he wants to claim but strava says he was a couple minutes under from butler fork.

  56. Just did broad’s east twin in ~1:50… JD, that’s absurd. i’m not in shape to be running fast times right now, and today’s effort wasn’t pushing my current fitness, but damn. impressive. i took the wuss variation on the lower ridge, though i hear there’s a ledge of some sort that is more direct. wonder how much time that would shave.

  57. Hi Jared, not sure if you are keeping track of all decent times or just when a record gets broken. I did olympus via the standard trail to true summit today in 1:01:43. Never done it before. Awesome steep trail. Will be back I hope

    Ryan Ghelfi

  58. just went 57:30 to gobbler’s via butler fork. GPS here:

  59. Jared,
    I did a jaunt up Wire today from the Zoo and surprised myself with a 34:27 summit time. Also, thank you for maintaining this site, it’s a great training tool and resource! Hopefully in the near future we’ll see a little more traffic on the female times. (There’s only 3).

  60. Just an update – last week did an all-out up on Grandeur, with some slick snow on part of the trail, ran it in 33:50! Frustratingly close to that PR. May try the west slabs soon before any more snow falls. Also thought it was cool, yesterday saw The Speedgoat himself near Hogle Zoo. Last time I saw him he pulled away lickety split over the last few miles of the Redhot 55k! Also, Nice to see your following growing by the week, Jared – it seems like I’m getting a new comment/update in my email every few days. Great way to feel more connected when most of my training is solo! Thanks again for the awesome resource!

  61. Any known FKT on a round trip from city creek to Black Mountain Peak (formerly known as “Little Black”, now affectionately known as “Ted”)?

    • Hi,

      At this point, nobody has claimed an FKT and it’s a worthy peak! Do you have a benchmark you’d like to set?



  62. On the subject of poles or no poles, I think the case may be that the strength of your cardiovascular system is really what propels you upward; redistributing the work of one muscle group to another does not change the amount of “wattage” you can produce, and so it becomes a matter of training various muscle groups to perform certain tasks. Could also not be the case. Not that I could break 60 minutes on Granduer with trekking poles, minimalist footwear, First Endurance technical snack food, toe socks, a blog, Fabian Cancellara’s bike motor, or any other assistance, at the moment.

    • You should definitely start a blog if you do any sort of running. I believe that falls under the “intangibles” category 🙂

  63. headed up grandeur this morning, saw andy and someone else coming down, and someone looking good headed up while i was on my way down. which one of you fools has the utah license plate RUN FAR? also, there were some 3 piece BD trekking poles hanging on the fence. i kind of assume someone left them there for all to use, but not being sure i grabbed them. either let me know if they’re yours and you want them back, or i’ll leave them hanging where i found them!

  64. well hmmmmm i was looking for something new to try tomorrow. only ever been up supe in the winter. and strava in no way denominates an FKT, routes like you’re describing are the ones actually deserving of the title IMO.

  65. South ridge superior claim staking: starting at the Shallow Shaft restaraunt, running down to Superior apron, up the apron to the Gazex path toward “dead tree,” and up from there, 59:3x: and a round trip via cardiff pass of 1:29:xx. That includes a trip around W hellgate to a notch on the Cardiff ridge, and then across Cardiff bowl from the cave to the pass, skipping the summit of Cardiff. Not a strava’r, and doubtful the S ridge is done consistently enough for it to have a standard route sufficient to compare times. IMO the best way is to go up the S apron until the vegetation abates completely, bear left along the scree until you hit the place where tan and red rock meet, and head up an east facing rib of fractured quartzite and limestone toward the chute with a dead tree in it, via the path to the Gazex installations. There are some nice moves on the route up from SB entry 4, and it is a slightly longer climb with more actual scrambling, but you miss the traverse before suicide chute, a highlight of the route, and a few quality moves on the SE ridge proper, as well as the ambiance of the lower S face of superior.

    • Chris, While I am confused by your route (do you have a map?) I put you down for the S. Ridge FKT. Thanks. Jared

      • it’s more of a scramble/climbing route, not a running route. blast up the south ridge of supe. hitched up LCC with someone on their way to hit it today!

    • Going to chime in on S Superior Ridge since I’ve been working away at it for a few years. Great full body effort with consequences! Nice work Crawley! Seems like a strange place to start the route though? I understand it for the round tripper, but the route shouldn’t start a mile or more up the road should it? As far as FKT, I know Courtney Phillips has done it in 48min and there are some rumors of a sub 50min Alex Lowe time. Last week I got it in 51:22. Really hoping to get the sub 50min this summer.

      Love the site Jared and I’ll be watching and cheering for you at HR100

  66. gobbler’s FKT needs updating, I just did 59:58 trailhead to touching summit USGS marker, MVH has me by 27 seconds on the strava CR (shit, if i’d have known i was even in the range i would have pushed it in a couple spots!).


    • Holy crap you’re a monster! Good job Nate!

      • heh only sometimes. should specify this is from butler fork/mill a basin, not the millcreek side. that looks like a nasty climb though i haven’t done it before. snow’s not a factor at all so go get after it while the weather’s nice!

    • Yeah you’re right. We have a few really nice days left when we can hit the high peaks before the weather goes south and we get a fresh layer of snow in the mountains. I look forward to beating my Ensign Peak PR!

    • Hi Nate,

      Great job. Matt had emailed me about his time previously so I just updated with his name for the FKT.


  67. andy’s been known to use trekking poles, at least he was at speedgoat. never touched them myself. guess i’ll have to give grandeur west another shot soon, ran a 47 the other day while taking it pretty easy. would have had the CR for the round trip if i didn’t stop for 2 minutes at the top! funny i should be at the top of the BHS track lap considering i’ve run on a track maybe 4 times in my life, i’m slow over short distances.

  68. I checked out strava and it is such a beautiful application! Took it on Mt. Olympus today but man, it was so crowded up there because of the good weather. The strava segments is exactly what I had in mind for an automatic fkt application. Andy, I saw your name near the top of many leader boards. You are speedy! And I saw Nate at the top of the Brighton high school track leaderboard 🙂

    So I made attempts at Grandeur peak, Mt. Wire, Mt Olympus, and every time I come up short of the fkt. Do you guys use trekking poles? (I have no idea if they help or not)

    The battle for Grandeur sounds intense. I hope to be in the mix someday. I’m improving my time by several minutes every time I go run. Happy running!

    • Hey Toly,

      For very steep “runs” like the west side of Grandeur I almost always use poles. If you look at Strava, my brother, Tom Goth, Lars Kj all use them too. Not sure about John or Burke. For what it’s worth, in vertical kilometer races in Europe which are pretty similar to Grandeur (gain 1000 meters in a very short distance) everyone uses poles.

      Good luck chasing times!

      • Thanks Andy. I enjoyed reading about your Rainier adventure.

  69. don’t see how that’s being a douche, to me an FKT is a well established route that sees normal traffic, not someone’s personal run, not discrediting it or anything just not in the spirit of an FKT to me. i’m out there every day myself, probably gonna get a blanche, olympus and timp this week, maybe another grandeur since it felt good last week.

  70. Nate, don’t be a douche:) I say Toly’s time stands. Go beat it if you don’t like it. Ueli Steck doesn’t tell us that our little foothill runs don’t count cause they’re not over 8000 meters. BTW, a group of us are running Wire, Grandeur, or Olympus just about everyday this time of year. Come join!

    Thought I’d chime in mainly because there has been an epic battle taking place on the west side of Grandeur Peak with Burk Swindlehurst and John Tribbia going blow for blow. One went 41:xx and the other lowered it. Then Burke went 40:09 and today John went 39:41 for perhaps an all time FKT? Jared you wanna chime in here since legend has it you went under 40 as well?

    Climber’s talk about perfect sending temps when it’s cool and the rubber is sticky. Well, these are perfect FKT sending temps too! Get it!

    • Thanks for the shout out Andy…To say these are perfect FKT sending conditions is an understatement! The trail conditions are great after all that rain/snow and a far cry from the mid-summer mugginess & dustiness when I put the time up on Olympus.

      The battle royale with Burke has been fun. It has been a friendly rivalry, which has helped me get the most out of my training… Unfortunately, my GPS broke enroute to the 39:41 so Strava didn’t capture. I got a summit photo of my wristwatch, which I started at the end of the parking lot and stopped after doing a small loop at the summit (I never know where the strava segments start/stop so I make sure to get a good mapping of the possible finishing spots!).

      What time are these group meetings at the 3 mountains? I’d love to join!

      • Incredible time John. I’ll consider that the FKT for now! Silly that a time hasn’t been listed until now.

    • Hi Andy,

      Years ago I was fairly obsessed with trying to go fast up the west side and did go sub-40, but I considered the “start” where the trail leaves the old dirt road and starts climbing steeply on single-track. This eliminates a good 3+ minutes so it’s kind of apples&oranges. Given this difference and the fact that I can’t seem to repeat it (getting fat and old I suppose) I’ll list the times that are coming in every other day! Now, somebody go sub 30 so we can claim the world vertical km record here in Utah! 🙂


    • Fun info on the topic of climbing hills quickly. http://www.skyrunning.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=180:vk-world-records-tumble&catid=37:article-slider-content&Itemid=134&utm_source=Skyrunning+ENG&utm_campaign=af2bff1b5f-VK_world_records_tumble Not the comment, “to date, the advantages of using poles has not been scientifically demonstrated.” Interesting.

      On Thu, Oct 24, 2013 at 10:28 PM, Jared Campbell wrote:

      > Hi Andy, > > Years ago I was fairly obsessed with trying to go fast up the west side > and did go sub-40, but I considered the “start” where the trail leaves the > old dirt road and starts climbing steeply on single-track. This eliminates > a good 3+ minutes so it’s kind of apples&oranges. Given this difference > and the fact that I can’t seem to repeat it (getting fat and old I suppose) > I’ll list the times that are coming in every other day! Now, somebody go > sub 30 so we can claim the world vertical km record here in Utah! 🙂 > > Jared > > > On Sun, Oct 20, 2013 at 7:31 PM, Jared Campbell's Blog <

  71. Hey thanks for posting that Jared! Now we just need someone fast to set the ultimate fkt for that course once and for all.

    By the way, I decided my fkt was getting a bit stale so I re-ran it in 14:50.


    It would be awesome to have a separate application to help manage all these different courses and fkt times. Let me know if you want something like that. I’m a web developer.

    • stuff like this is best left as a strava segment. if it’s not a significant section of trail or actual peak, there’s no need for it to be recorded as an “FKT”. that just diminishes the meaning of the term.

      • It does go up to a distinct peak, but I agree it’s not a very high one. That’s why I asked if there is a minimum distance. Maybe we can all agree to count only named peaks??

        Open question to all: what is the fkt for Grandeur Peak coming up the west face? I like to do that hike and need a fast time to shoot for.

  72. Is there a minimum distance for an FKT course? If not, then I have a fun and easy route that runners might enjoy while doing a longer training run or something – “the U” summit via Dry Fork Canyon (1.5 miles). I did that one in 16:02 yesterday.

    gps route: http://nikeplus.nike.com/plus/activity/running/detail/4055000000002257495100039432052670918133?external_share_id=c4930645-fe83-42f5-9491-a93a7b71eb3d&ecn=true&is_new_meta=true&fb_source=708

  73. throwin it out there… gonna shoot for the pfeifferhorn ascent FKT probably tuesday. not going fast downhill, my leg’s been a bit touchy lately. hopefully scouting the route tomorrow, checking the snow situation, and if all looks good and the weather holds shooting for the FKT tuesday morning-ish. will update with a time when i knowif anyone’s interested in joining.

    • Great! Best of luck.


  74. ラッシュガード ハーレー

  75. Hi Jared, its Nathan from The Front. I was wondering if there is a speed time I can gun for on the South Ridge of Mount Superior. Staring on the spine, and ending behind Hells Gate??

    • Hi Nathan,

      Interestingly, nobody has staked claim to it! So, what’s your time and I’ll post it.



  76. broke 1:10 to the pfeifferhorn summit today, i’ll call it 1:09:59, strava segment which starts just before the bridge it looks like has 1:09:17. knee connected with a rock very hard on the flats after the east ridge on the way down, had to hike out otherwise i had a good shot at sub 2:00. hopefully just a flesh wound.

    • http://www.strava.com/activities/76577187

    • Great work Nate. Looks like Jason’s FKT still stands though? Hope the knees okay.



      • yup, he still holds it, gonna give it a real shot with a couple days notice next time! not sure where to make up 5 minutes though…

  77. Jared,
    Matt Van Horn went 59:30 ascent to Gobblers Knob via Butler Fork on a beautiful Friday morning 6/21/13. I was there to witness, he also has documentation with Garmin connect and Strava.

  78. Hey Jared, this was kind of an undeclared and unexpected run (first ascent of the season since I broke my foot in April and glad to be back!!) but we hit up Gobbler’s knob today. Trail condition was almost perfect, snow pretty much gone, but my trailhead to marker ascent was 1:05, ran it hard. Definitely think somebody can get sub-60 on it if they push for it though!

  79. Evan ended up around 40 minutes, I was 41:00. The trail was a lot tougher and more technical than I thought haha! Props to Parker for that record of his

  80. Evan and I are doing Grandeur tomorrow morning. Goal is sub-35, and ideally the record if we’re lucky

  81. I’m a soon-to-be high school grad who did track and xc through hs. Just did Gobbler’s Knob from Butler Fork (4 miles one way, 3110 elevation gain) in about 1:13 with Evan Church. Not an all out effort, but we went pretty hard and there was quite a bit of snow along the top ridge.

    • Fine work Joseph and Evan! I’ve updated my site to include your time.



  82. Want to start cataloging FKTs for dogs? Hah… My dog Holly just got up Grandeur (mill creek route) road to peak with me in a hail storm in 38:44. 🙂 In all seriousness, we weren’t pushing super hard, but anything under 35:00 at all-out effort this season will be really great for me. Much respect to the 33:18.

  83. Hey Jared, just thought I would share how small the ultra running world is, especially here in utah. It’s kind of like the seven steps to kevin bacon thing. I recently assistant coached the Durango (Colorado) high school Xc team, while also working for brown’s sport shoe in Durango. They happen to sponsor an ultra runner i recently ran with named Brendan, who ran part of the wasatch 100 with you, who is friends with Dakota jones, who is friends with one of my new friends i met at a random house party, an up and coming ultra female Sadie magnifico, and dakota also runs with one of the Durango hs Xc runner’s dad, Leo Lloyd, the race director for the hardrock, and this summer I coached a camp where we ran up handies by chance right before that race with his son. Whew. After i ran mt. wire Today with sadie, I also just found out more about your bio, and am super excited to read about more of your adventures. Love the blog and fkt stuff – am going to try for some more times soon, just wrapped up a first place at the Moab trail half marathon and am ready to roll in the wasatch once again!

  84. Jared, love the site and hope it keeps growing. Here are a few updates from the past couple months:

    Lone Peak summit via Jacob’s ladder: 1:40:50 (10/6/12)
    Pfeifferhorn, Red Pine parking lot to summit: 1:05:01 (7/18/12)
    East SL Twin, Broad Fork TH to summit: 1:24:57 (10/9/12)

    Thanks for the great Wasatch resource!


  85. fwiw….on aug 15 I did a 1:10 ascent to the top of the Pfeif via Red Pine, and was crushed by the effort! I know that the indomitable Jason Dorais did it last year in 1:07 and then did an equally-impressive descent time that I think put him car to car in 1:50ish?

  86. Hey Jared, went up Lone Peak yesterday on the Jacob’s Ladder trail in 1:51:35 to the summit. Didn’t care to run down hard so this is only for the ascent. I’m curious which trail will wind up being the fastest up Lone…

    And, never heard about the finish to Wasatoja… Update please!


  87. Church fork!

  88. I went up Lone Peak today starting at Orson Smith TH in Draper, Cherry Canyon trail to Bear Canyon, past the Outlaw Cabin and up the drainage that put me right at the top of the cirque. I stood on the summit rock at 2:55:06. I retraced my route for a total RT time of 4:39. The RT distance of my route was 15 miles. Now, I know there are guys around here who can get to the summit at least an hour faster on the same route. I think that even though Jacob’s Ladder is shorter there is more runnable trail on the route I took.

    • Nice job! I’ve added your time and route description.


  89. Update on the run this morning, made it up to grandeur peak in 33:18!! My legs are just a little tired….haha so worth it and the view is always rewarding!

    • Was that by Church Fork or West Ridge?

  90. Attempting to break the 34 min ascent up to Grandeur Peak tomorrow morning, meeting at Einstein’s at 6 am with a small group of college and HS peeps -better sleep soon – have done 35:40 so far, wish me luck! Just watched the Speedgoat 50k as a volunteer, and it made me want to get out and do something Karl would tackle!!!

  91. Some FKTs which might be nice to know are Grandeur from wasatch drive and Great White Icicle Car to Car (heard Alex Lowe did it in stoopid fast time), but sub-one hour (or sub 45 min) isnt unexpected from someone fast.

    • Yeah, I’ve heard that Jared ran the west ridge of Grandeur in 37 minutes. Is that true Jared? If so, you should include that because it’s a pretty outstanding record if you ask me.

  92. […] 02/27/12: This is not an FKT but actually just one minute shy of Karl Meltzer’s record documented here. Still impressive though. This entry was posted in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. […]

  93. […] deep in Jared Campbell’s Wasatch FKT site is a relatively recent post from the Wasatch Speedgoat himself — Karl Melzter. Karl going […]

  94. Pfieferhorn, from Red Pine Lake route….66:10. Ha, but it was way back about 15 years ago.

    Red Pine Lake only. 32:25 from White Pine TH

    Olympus South trail, (main route) 57:19 to summit. Jogged down easy.1:35 ish RT.

    Lone Peak saddle on Bells Canyon. 5hr, 31 min RT from my house.

    That’s all I got, but I recall back in the day running Grandeur Peak in 34 min and change multiple times from the road.

    • Karl – from the top of the paved road where the actual trail starts, or MCC road? if you did 34 from MCC, that is mighty, mighty impressive. from the dirt it ain’t too shabby either.

  95. Jared, I just noticed this page on your site. Peter’s FKT site is growing and new stuff is being added all the time. But because it is so ‘all-encompassing’ I’m not sure how specific it will ever get to tracking some of the “smaller” runs and peaks in each area (the Wasatch specifically).
    I’m not saying this page should be the place for it, but its something to consider.
    Other notable runs/summits worth tracking (that are on FKT and summitpost) on this site might be Mt Timpanogos (ascent and round trip), King’s Peak (seeing a lot of attention recently), Triple Crown (King’s, So King’s, Gilbert), Uinta Highline, Mt Olympus, West Slabs Loop (West Slabs to true summit, down main trail and back to car), etc.

    Any thoughts on the best way to track this stuff? There is a lot more attention on this stuff now and they are getting tracked all over the place.

    • Hi Craig,

      Thanks for the comment about the need for a better WasatchFKT site. The blog approach doesn’t work very well at all. Peter’s FKT site is good, but it seems that everything still needs to go through him. It needs to be almost wiki style to encourage folks to contribute more, but….

      I’m going to fiddle around with a Google “site” because it is actually quite powerful and free. You can build forms as a way to input data and then take advantage of Google docs etc. I’ll let you know if it looks promising. And, if you come up with something better let me know.



  96. pfeifferhorn from white pine trailhead through red pine to the summit in 1:10 and the thunderbird variation in 1:17

    trailhead of cecret lake to baldy, hidden peak, AF Twins, red baldy, white baldy, to the pfeifferhorn in 2:40

  97. seems no matter what, for years i would go up church fork from the gate in the camp area to the saddle in 42 minutes, dry, wet, hot, cold, just a time to know for a reference…keep writing and running…jennk

  98. Jared,

    I like reading your blog, there’s a lot of good adventures and race write-ups. This summer, I ran my first Hardrock and fourth Wasatch. If you ever want to get out for a run, shoot me an e-mail. Keep up the good work.

  99. How ’bout a West Slabs record? I hear Alex Lowe did it in under 60… I’m guessing you’ve fired it up.

    • Chad Ambrose did it in 46 minutes the other day…

      • I went 42:50 and 41:50 from car to the ridge (the “top” of the slabs?) on successive days back in early August. I assume the starting point is the end of that cul-de-sac with the short super-steep stair start? Both times I continued on to the north and south summits of Olympus, which was a fun addition of more scrambling.

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