Pfeifferhorn Peak is a Wasatch Mountain Range classic. It's not the highest, most technical, or gnarliest peak around but it's one of our favorites. It has a bit of everything. You get amazing downcanyon views of Little Cottonwood, you hike along a crystal clear mountain stream for a lot of the approach, you're in and out of aspens and pines, and you pass several lakes along the way. Then, the views are hard to beat at the top. You get a full 360° overlooking Mt. Timponogus, Mt. Baldy, Twin Peaks, Little Cottonwood Canyon, and the Salt Lake Valley.