Sorry for the quick change of venues, but I thought that it would be better to do a hike with more wildflowers to look at and bigger mountains to reflect the moonlight.
Mount Baldy is the peak between Snowbird and Alta.
The wildflowers are magnificent right now with all the rain that we have had. It's supposed to dry out by Thurs night, so we shouldn't have to deal with rain. Let's meet at the Little Cottonwood Canyon Park & Ride at 6:00. [Note: LCC is the canyon with Snowbird and Alta.] We'll car pool from there up to the campground below Cecret Lake. This is a moderate to strenuous hike of about 4-5 miles round trip and probably 2,000' elevation gain. We should be back down before dark, but bring a headlamp/flashlight just in case. There will be a 3/4 moon, so that will provide additional light also. The moon will be high in the sky and the area is fairly open, so we should get great light from the moon. Bring insect repellant, plenty of water, some snacks and a light jacket if you're inclined to get cold. Also, bring some cash to help pay the canyon entry fee on the way back down.
For those interested, we can pick a place to go after the hike for socializing.