Hiking Notch Peak

April 18, 2017 3:46 pm Published by

Hiking Notch Peak

Notch Peak (9,658 ft) is in Utah’s West Desert near the town of Delta, Utah. Notch Peak is part of the House Range mountains and Notch Peak Wilderness Study Area. The northwest face of Notch Peak is also well known for having the 2nd tallest cliff face in North America with 2,200 ft of vertical rise, making it a popular spot for BASE Jumpers and climbers. The tallest cliff face is of course, El Capitan, in Yosemite National Park. Overall, the summit of Notch Peak rises roughly 4,500 ft above the Tule Valley. Because of this, Notch Peak has been called the “desert equivalent” of El Capitan.Hiking Notch Peak is often a “to-do” hike in many peak baggers’ books. This relatively easy…

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