Uinta Mountains

The Uinta Mountains are the highest in Utah. They’re a pristine mountain area in northeastern Utah, and there are well over 1,000 natural lakes in the area! There are also over 400 miles of streams.  The mountains offer beautiful alpine forest scenery, grassy meadows, cold clear streams and thousands of alpine lakes.

The Uintas run east to west just south of the Wyoming/Utah border for 100 miles between Flaming Gorge and Kamas. They cover an area of 3,500 square miles.

Elevations range from 8,000 feet in the lower canyons to 13,528 feet at the top of Kings Peak – the highest point in Utah. Nearly a dozen other peaks exceed 13,000 feet.

A national treasure, U.S. Highway 150 (Mirror Lake Scenic Byway) is one of the most beautiful high mountain drives out there. It stretches 42 miles through mountains and forest, from Kamas, Utah, to Evanston, Wyoming.

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