These are 2 separate summits of the same mountain that form one of Utah Valley’s big “7 Peaks.”
The mountain is the 44th most prominent in Utah.
I don’t remember much about this hike except that 1) I did it with Clara, 2) it was late August 2009, and 3) it was a surprisingly beautiful and fun hike.
We first hiked Santaquin Peak via the Loafer Mountain Trail. Then we dropped back down to the saddle between Santaquin and Loafer and went straight up Loafer from there.
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