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Nestled in upper Big Cottonwood Canyon, Beartrap Fork boasts more than safe tree glades: it’s downright quiet and untracked too. Most folks drive right by the unmarked trailhead without realizing it’s there, but there it is—just half a mile down-canyon from bustling Silver Fork Lodge.
MILL D’S WEST-FACING ASPENS OF GLORY
I frequently sing the praises of Mill D North, even if the canyon snowplow guy did block my car in behind a four-foot-high chunk-mound last time I was there. Mill D still offers a veritable playground of gentle, aspen-gladed delights.
The view from the top of Circle-All Peak makes the trek up to it worthwhile; it’s one of the best views in the Wasatch. As you de-skin and contemplate the glorious fall line beneath you, you’ll be able to scope out every major feature along the dramatic skyline between Big and Little Cottonwood Canyons.
If you love the outdoors, Patagonia has got it all! Benegas Brothers' passion for the place as well as all the activities they have to offer is infectious, and their unrivalled knowledge of the best spots is invaluable if you're thinking of booking a trip, off the beaten track.
From trekking and rock climbing in the truly stunning Nahuel Huaipi Park, to catching wild brown trout in crystal clear rivers and exploring the Patagonia on horseback - BBE organised a "once in a lifetime trip".
I'd love to go back someday and when I do I will definitely be using BBE.
Patagonian Lake District, 2013