On the Top of the World (Y Mountain)

The Neurosecurity Lab hiked to the top of Y Mountain, an 8,572 ft (2,613 m) mountain named for the 380 ft (116 m) “Y” insignia representing BYU.

It was a beautiful, clear fall morning. Below are some pictures we took.

On top of Y Mountain, overlooking BYU campus and Provo, UT.

The trail leading from the Y to the top of Y Mountain.

A panorama of Rock Canyon from the north summit.

Jeff, Brock, Bonnie, and Dan near the cliffs of the north summit.

After returning to the Y Mountain trailhead.