Beaver Creek Trail (06/20/2006) The Beaver Creek Ski Trail bridge over the North Fork of the Provo River along the Mirror Lake Highway in the Uinta Mountains. Coco is trying to figure out if it is an odd or even day. Every day is odd when Coco is around.
North Fork Bridge (06/20/2006) This is the Beaver Creek Trail crossing the North Fork of the Provo River in the Uinta Mountains.
Beaver Creek Trail Bridge (06/20/2006) This is the Beaver Creek Trail as it crosses the North Fork of the Provo River (The trail goes over a rise then into the Beaver Creek Drainage). It is popular ski trail when it is covered with snow.
Uinta Mountains (06/20/2006) A mixed forest (aspen and pine) from near the North Fork of the Provo River on the Mirror Lake Trail.
Provo River (06/03/2006) The Provo River in the Uinta Mountains.
The Provo River is a primary drainage system of the Great Basin. The river starts in the high Uinta Mountains and flows westward toward the Jordanelle Reservoir.
The river flows southward from the Jordanelle Dam through the Heber Valley Deer Creek Reservoir. From the Deer Creek Reservoir, the river flows Southwest through Provo Canyon (just south of Mount Timpanogos). The river empties into the Utah Lake near Provo, Utah.
The river between Utah Lake and the Great Salt Lake is called the Jordan River.
For some reason that I have yet to fathom, the section of the Provo River in the Uinta Mountains is administered by the Wasatch Cache National Forest. The section of the river that flows through the Wasatch Mountains is administered by the Uinta National Forest.