The Lone Peak and Mt. Timpanogos Wilderness Map produced by the US Forest Service contains the most up-to-date information on access roads, trails, campsites, terrain, and points of interest within the Lone Peak and Mt. Timpanogos Wildernesses. All wilderness maps contain contour lines, and the vast majority contain a topographic quad index, planning tips and contact phone numbers.
The largest of a trio of wilderness areas just southeast of Salt Lake City, Lone Peak Wilderness contains very rugged terrain with narrow canyons and high peaks. It is located on both the Wasatch-Cache and Uinta National Forests. On the front range of the Wasatch Mountain Range, just south of Lone Peak Wilderness and situated between American Fork Canyon on the north and Provo Canyon on the south, Mount Timpanogos Wilderness offers abundant rugged terrain embellished with waterfalls and summer wildflowers. There are also outstanding glacial cirques and moraines. A perpetual snowfield located near Emerald Lake is a popular glissading area.
Wilderness information courtesy of Wilderness.net