I've hiked it many times, usually in bad weather. The peak is fairly exposed to southwesterly flow and it can be quite breezy, as it was today. It has, however, a nice view of the central Wasatch and I like to visualize the flow and its impacts on cloud development from the summit.
Today we were on the summit at about 1430 MDT when the crest-level flow was out of the south-southwest, as illustrated by the vector wind time series from Mt. Baldy above Alta.
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