Trailhead: Tony Grove Lake
Strava Trail Map:
7.2 Miles total - out and back
2,300 feet of vert
Trailhead has toilets / no running water
Shoes Worn: Altra Lone Peaks 3.0 Neoprene
Fun fact: Tallest peak in the Bear River Range at 9979 Feet high
Trail starts at the west end of the parking lot. Look for White Pine Lake trail and take that. From now on, follow trail signs that say Naomi Peak and you'll be just fine.
We did this trail on 19 November and as you can see in the photos, there was some snow. Even with the snow, this peak isn't very difficult. I did have to watch carefully that we didn't lose the trail. If the snow was any deeper, I would have gotten us lost. Ughh, winter problems.
The push to the peak wasn't difficult either. There was not any scrambling and the dogs did great. All in all, it was an awesome and easy trail and I'll definitely be back to bag the other peaks in that area like Magog and Gog. In the summer, Tony Grove Lake is an awesome cool off spot for the pups. I even took a dip in there a couple months ago after we ran up to White Pine Lake.