Tokewanna Peak Loop
At 13,165, the peak provides an awesome view of the long crest of the Uintas to the south.
This region of the national forest offers quiet solitude in beautiful mountain terrain. After a wade through the West Fork, the trail runs south along the river, following an old dirt road for about a mile where a signed trail junction will send you east instead of south along the river.
The route turns steep with lots of switchbacks before the gentler descent to the Middle Fork of Blacks Fork.
To ascend the peak, the easiest route winds to the saddle west of the peak where a simple scramble takes you up. To continue the loop, climb the west ridge of Bob's Lake and descend to the West Fork.
An accurate topographical map is highly recommended. Hike down the West Fork and back to the starting point.