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Utah Mountain Peaks and Summits

Utah
is one of
many beautiful
places on earth. But
nothing is more impressive
than the mountains. From north
to south, and east to west, they provide
an adventure for young and old alike. They
range from Kings Peak, 13,528' (4,124m) above
sea level on down to Beaver Wash at 2,350' (716m).
Note: Elevations and Locations are from the US Geological Survey USGS,
Geographic Names Information System (GNIS),
National Geographic Maps TOPO Series.
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There are over 300 peaks that range above 10,000 feet.
Note: There are still some disputes about exact elevations of these mountains.
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13,000' (3,962.4m)
Mountain
Location
Feet
Meters
County
40.4643N 110.2228W
13,528
4,124.33
South Kings Peak
40.4600N 110.2245W
13,512
4,118.46
40.4924N 110.2023W
13,442
4,097.12
40.4243N 110.1808W
13,440
4,096.51
Mount Lovenia
40.4524N 110.3624W
13,219
4,029.15
Tokewanna Peak
40.4836N 110.3724W
13,165
4,012.69
Mt. Powell
40.4745N 110.2527W
13,159
4,010.86
Wilson Peak
40.4633N 110.2739W
13,040
3,974.59
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