Two brothers who set off on a hike toward 11,253-foot Lone Peak had to be rescued after complaining they couldn't return to a trailhead.
The brothers called authorities saying they were exhausted and cramped after running out of water.
A Salt Lake County dispatcher said the men were rescued about 2:30 a.m. Sunday.
The men took a hike up a maintained trail in Bear Canyon that is one of the most popular for reaching the top of Lone Peak in the Wasatch range.
The brothers were tired and out of water but uninjured when found by search and rescue teams.